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Training Laborers for His Harvest: A Historical Study of William Milne's Mentorship of Liang Fa

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by Baiyu Andrew Song
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Training Laborers for His Harvest: A Historical Study of William Milne's Mentorship of Liang Fa by Baiyu Andrew Song

In this project, Baiyu Andrew Song explores the mentorship of China's first ordained indigenous evangelist, Liang Fa (1789-1855), by Scottish Presbyterian missionary William Milne (1785-1822) in the early nineteenth century. The biblically and contextually informed model of mentorship Milne employed is examined in detail, which is placed in the historical setting of Milne and Liang's time. This project is particularly important in that it pioneers historical study in the area of the early protestant church history in China, specifically in regard to William Milne.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 144
Size: 7.0 MB
Publisher: Wipf and Stock
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781498207089 (DRM-EPUB)

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