Religion Versus Empire? British Protestant Missionaries and Overseas Expansion, 1700-1914
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Description: 'Religion Versus Empire?' is a study in imperial history and religious history with wide chronological range and worldwide geographical coverage. It looks at the complex and ambiguous relationship between the missionary movement and empire.
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Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Publication date: 8/5/2004
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
|Missionary practice and precedents, 1701-1789|
|The reorganisation of missionary enterprise, 1790-1812|
|Missions, governments and empire: the terms of engagement, 1800-1830|
|Missionary religion and secular influences: Christianity, commerce and civilisation, 1800-1830|
|International networks in the missionary movement, 1815-1850|
|The new wave: Missionary expansion and plans for the future, 1834-1850|
|Missionary goals, colonial experience, and the waning of enthusiasm, 1850-1870|
|New directions: the challenge of faith missions, China and Islam|
|Missionary traditions, 1860-1895: adaptations and consequences (1)|
|Missionary traditions, 1860-1895: adaptations and consequences (2)|
|Beyond the centeneries: missions versus empire, 1890-1914|
|Conclusion: the anti imperialism of missions?|