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Highlights from: Stephen Neill: A History of Christian Missions (Part II)

Part II Chapter 8: Introduction “The Protestant Churches owe an immeasurable debt to the Evangelical Revival in the broad sense of that term.  Many forces – high Anglican piety, the mystical tradition, the pietism both of Halle and of Herrnhut … Continue reading

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Highlights from: Stephen Neill: A History of Christian Missions (Part I)

Neill, Stephen. A History of Christian Missions. 2nd Edition. Edited by Owen Chadwick. London: Penguin Books, 1986.  Chapter 2: The Conquest of the Roman World, A.D. 100-500 “in A.D. 529…Christianity was fashionable…” (41) “Faith became superficial, and was identified with … Continue reading

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