Krapf, an Anglican missionary
, founded an establishment at Monbaz, on the coast of Zanguebar, and, in company with the Rev.
The Anglican missionary
began its activities in the twin capital city of Omdurman before to spread in the country particularly in the southern parties of the country.
Potlatches, traditional gift-giving ceremonies of some West Coast Indigenous peoples, were banned in Canada--partly as a result of pressure from missionaries, including Anglican missionary
William Duncan--from 1884 to 1951.
Stephen Neill is quoted as saying, "If everything is mission, then nothing is mission.
In one example, an early Anglican missionary
to Hawaii surmises, '[t]he singular discovery of Hebrew customs and traditions in the islands, too distinct and numerous to be overlooked, may indicate that the original emigration from the Straits of Malacca, or the great islands to the eastward, took place after a Moslem proselytism of the Malays there' (Mission Life 1866:296).
This article examines the evolution of the Anglican missionary
policy and the evangelisation of the Zulu in the Diocese of Natal in South Africa during the early 20th century.
Puritans had a near monopoly on Protestant evangelization in the British Atlantic world during the seventeenth century, but the ascent of Anglican missionary
competition began with the turn of the eighteenth century, as discussed in Chapter two.
A former Trustee of the USPG (Anglicans in World Mission), a 300-year-old Anglican missionary
organisation, Delbert is, currently, the Vice Chair of Nacro, the crime reduction charity.
10) As the one responsible for Anglican missionary
activities in Toronto, de Corneille gradually realized that, the "missionary method of the past is not acceptable.
The ordeal of Thomas Barton; Anglican missionary
in the Pennsylvania backcountry, 1755-1780.
The expansion of the British Empire, together with Anglican missionary
work, eventually gave rise to a world-wide Anglican Communion.
His prayers were answered in the person of Anglican missionary
John Hines, who would teach his people to farm, and the children to read and write.