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The Christian movement in the Japanese empire

Conference of Federated Missions (Japan)

The Christian movement in the Japanese empire

by Conference of Federated Missions (Japan)

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Published by Published for the Conference of Federated Missions in Japan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Periodicals,
  • Missions

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    Pagination6 v. ;
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    Open LibraryOL25496953M

    The influx of Protestant missionaries from Britain to Japan, Korea and Taiwan was an integral part of the British presence in East Asia from to Ion draws on both British and Japanese sources to examine the life, work and attitudes of the British missionaries, women and men, who ventured far from their homeland to preach the gospel. Drawing on both Canadian and Japanese sources, this book investigates the life, work, and attitudes of Canadian Protestant missionaries in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan (the three main constituent parts of the pre Japanese empire) from the arrival of the first .

    The Christian Movement in the Japanese Empire. Minutes and Reports of the Korea Mission, PCUSA Statistics of the Overseas Korean Catholics 해외한인천주교인 통계. Search for: Home Sources Books Tracts & Pamphlets Magazine Articles Minutes and .   This volume looks at the history of Japan from a transnational perspective. It brings to the fore the interconnectedness of Japan's history with the wider Asian-Pacific region and the world. This interconnectedness is examined in the volume through the themes of empire, migration, and social movements.

      With this book the editors complete the three-volume series on modern Japanese colonialism and imperialism that began with The Japanese Colonial Empire, (Princeton, ) and The Japanese Informal Empire in China, (Princeton, ). The Japanese military takeover in Manchuria between and was a critical turning point in East Asian history. The Empire of Japan (Japanese: 大日本帝国, Hepburn: Dai Nippon Teikoku) was the historical nation-state and great power that existed from the Meiji Restoration in to the enactment of the constitution of modern Japan.. Japan's rapid industrialization and militarization under the slogan Fukoku Kyōhei (富国強兵, "Enrich the Country, Strengthen her Armed Forces") and Shokusan Capital: Kyoto (–), Tokyo City .


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The Christian Movement in the Japanese Empire, Including Korea and Formosa, a Year Book for A Year Book for ; Thirteenth Annual Issue (Classic Reprint) Hardcover – March 7, by John Lincoln Dearing (Author)Author: John Lincoln Dearing.

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Conference of Federated Missions (Japan). The Christian movement in the Japanese empire. Conference of Federated Missions (Japan). The Christian movement in the Japanese empire Imprint varies:The Standing Committee of Cooperating Christian Missions (Japan);The Conference of Federated Missions.

Life Dates: 4th annual issueth annual issue () Later Title: Christian movement in the Japanese empire. The Christian movement in the Japanese empire book Former Title: Christian movement in its relation to the new life in Japan. Frequency: Annual: Subjects.

Japan: Federation of Christian Missions, 6 v. ; 19 cm. Notes "A year book of Christian work." Life Dates: 19th- Ceased with issue: Later Title: Christian movement in Japan & Formosa.

Former Title: Christian movement in the Japanese empire. Frequency: Annual: Subjects: Missions -- Japan -- Periodicals. | Japan -- Periodicals. The Cross and the Rising Sun: The Canadian Protestant Missionary Movement in the Japanese Empire, Paperback – Septem Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device by: 9. About Christianity and Imperialism in Modern Japan. Christianity and Imperialism in Modern Japan explores how Japanese Protestants engaged with the unsettling changes that resulted from Japan's emergence as a world power in the early 20th century.

Through this analysis, the book offers a new perspective on the intersection of religion and imperialism in modern Japan. In this pioneer study, Ion investigates the experience of the Canadians who were part of the Protestant missionary movement in the Japanese Empire. He sheds new light on the dramatic challenges faced by foreign missionaries and Japanese Christians alike in what was the watershed period in the religious history of twentieth-century East by: 5.

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Drawing on both Canadian and Japanese sources, this book investigates the life, work, and attitudes of Canadian Protestant missionaries in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan (the three main constituent parts of the pre Japanese empire) from the arrival of the first Canadian missionary in East Asia in until Canadian missionaries made a significant contribution to the development of the.

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In the realm of Japanese empire, Christianity in the Japanese Empire builds on the English-language work of Andre Schmid, Louise Young, and Leo Ching, who in turn built upon the invaluable combined opus on Japanese imperialism by Ramon Myers, Mark Peattie, and Peter Duus.

This work contributes to a current shifting of focus away from Western precedents for imperialism and. Drawing on both Canadian and Japanese sources, this book investigates the life, work, and attitudes of Canadian Protestant missionaries in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan (the three main constituent parts of the pre Japanese empire) from the arrival of the first Cited by: 9.

Seoul: Religious Book and Tract Society. Conference of Federated Missions in Japan. The Christian Movement in the Japanese Empire. vol. Tokyo. de Bretenieres, Appert Camille. For the Faith: Life of Just de Bretenieres, Martyred in Korea, March 8, tr. by Florence Gilmore.

Catholic Foreign Mission Society, Maryknoll, NY, The Cross in the Dark Valley: The Canadian Protestant Missionary Movement in the Japanese Empire, – by A.

Hamish Ion. Acknowledgments. Abbreivations. Illustrations. Introduction. Chapter One: Undertones of the Past. The Early Development of the Japanese Protestant Movement. Canadian Missions in Japan. Progress in North Korea.

Description. Drawing on both Canadian and Japanese sources, this book investigates the life, work, and attitudes of Canadian Protestant missionaries in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan (the three main constituent parts of the pre Japanese empire) from the arrival.

Abstract "Missionary directory": p. []Title-page in Japanese at end "Including Korea and Formosa."Mode of access: t varies:The Standing Committee of Cooperating Christian Missions (Japan);The Conference of Federated Missions.Christianity in Japan is among the nation's minority religions.

Less than 1 percent of the population claims Christian belief or affiliation. Most large Christian denominations, including Roman Catholicism, Protestantism, and Orthodox Christianity, are represented in Japan today.

Since the mids, the majority of Japanese people are of the Shinto or Buddhist faith.Japanese Christians began to openly proselytize the Japanese.

This second ˜ ˆ & • — ˘ ˘# ˚ ˚ ˇ˘ }˜ ˆ the missionary movement and the Japanese Christian movement in the years up to Such is the enormous canon of literature concerning this latter era that it is best dealt with as a separate study.

Indeed, the attraction.