Christianity In India

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Gian Publishing House, 1929 - Religion - 260 pages
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This book is a study of the mutual relationship between the British Government and the Christian missionaries at work in India. An important book to study and comprehend for those interested in the sociology and politics of religion. Page : 9 14:06 Tu

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Contents

PART I1601793
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Careys repulse 21licenses for missionaries 22struggle for right
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Bengal 36the Directors wariness 37their evangelical aims in
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and to religion generally 51significance of national and established
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CAREY AND SERHAMPORE AND
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a voyage to India 64six years as an interloper in Bengal 65the
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SIGNS OF GRACE THE COMPANY
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THE VELLORE MUTINY AND REACTION page
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and spiritual atrophy 141periodical literature 144Auckland and
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our polytheistic liabilities 145dry nurse to Vishnu 145Ellenborough
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MISSION INFLUENCE ON EDUCATION
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Educational protagonists 160Bentinck Dalhousie Duff Wilson 161
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tincks decision 164Macaulays faith in secular education 165and
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exclusion of all references to religion 178final settlement in Woods
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disintegrating forces 186the Queens proclamation of 1858 187
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PART IV18581920
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FINAL TRIUMPH OF WILBERFORCE page
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Champions of Hinduism 91and defeatists 92the inconvertible
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growing mistrust of the Company 98Parliamentary Committee and
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BISHOPS CHAPLAINS AND GOVER
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Hebers character and achievements 118Daniel Wilson 119official
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suppression of suttee 128campaign against superstitious malpractices
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REACTIONARY INFLUENCE Page
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with government 198and with western civilisation 198its origin
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Christianity concerned with character not codes 213influence
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orthodox position and its evil results 221ameliorative legislation
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campaign against obscenity 228temple prostitution 228cruelty
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antiChristian measures improbable 237no reaction but lack of vigour
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spiritual concentration the Churches task 246and aloofness from
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