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    Asia history  part 3 Asia history part 3 Presentation Transcript

    • What happened in Korea after WWII?
    • What happened in Korea after WWII? divided in half at the 49 th parallel; communist took North Korea; South Korea was free
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    • What is Taoism?
    • What is Taoism? Taught that while relationships between people were important, the most important was man’s relationship to nature. You should not disturb nature.
    • Who is considered the father of Modern Missions?
    • What was his motto? ”expect great things from God; attempt great things for God.” "If it be the duty of all men to believe the Gospel ... then it be the duty of those who are entrusted with the Gospel to endeavor to make it known among all nations." And Carey sobbed out,  "Here am I; send me!"
    • It was in 1793 that Carey went to India. At first his wife was reluctant to go — so Carey set off to go nevertheless, but after two returns from the docks to persuade her again, Dorothy and his children accompanied him. They arrived with a Dr. Thomas at the mouth of the Hooghly in India in November, 1793. There were years of discouragement (no Indian convert for seven years), debt, disease, deterioration of his wife's mind, death, but by the grace of God — and by the power of the Word — Carey continued and conquered for Christ! When he died at 73 (1834), he had seen the Scriptures translated and printed into forty languages, he had been a college professor, and had founded a college at Serampore. He had seen India open its doors to missionaries, he had seen the edict passed prohibiting  sati  (burning widows on the funeral pyres of their dead husbands), and he had seen converts for Christ. On his deathbed Carey called out to a missionary friend,  "Dr. Duff! You have been speaking about Dr. Carey; when I am gone, say nothing about Dr. Carey — speak about Dr. Carey's God."  That charge was symbolic of Carey, considered by many to be a "unique figure, towering above both contemporaries and successors" in the ministry of missions.
    • What is the law of Karma?
    • What are some of the religions of Asia? Taosim, Hinduism, Buddism, Islam
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    • What is the 10-40 window for missionary efforts?
    • Latitude and longitude of Asia. Gospel needed in these areas
    • IDENTIFY: Monsoon
    • IDENTIFY: Monsoon wind which originates from Indian Ocean; heavy rains
    • IDENTIFY: TUNDRA
    • IDENTIFY: TUNDRA Treeless plains in Artic Regions
    • IDENTIFY Alluvial Plain
    • IDENTIFY Alluvial Plain Land which is formed from sediment that is left by flooded waters
    • IDENTIFY: Plateau
    • IDENTIFY: Plateau Flat land that is higher than the surrounding areas
    • IDENTIFY: Valley
    • IDENTIFY: Valley An area of low land which lies between ranges of hills or mountains
    • IDENTIFY: Archipelago
    • IDENTIFY: Archipelago A group of islands
    • IDENTIFY: Delta
    • IDENTIFY: Delta a build up of soil deposited at the mouth of a river
    • Cuneiform: ___Earliest form of writing developed by Sumerians
    • Ziggurat: temple towers as in tower of Babylon
    • Rickshaw: A 2 wheeled carriage pulled by men to carry people
    • Sari: clothing of women in South Asia (cloth wrapped around body)
    • Sanskrit: ancient language of India that is sacred
    • Calico: checked print on cotton –manufactured first in Calcutta, India
    • Kimono: traditional long robe for Japanese Women
    • Pagoda: a far eastern temple built with curving roofs
    • Why did the Chinese build their houses long and low? To blend into the landscape
    • What is the system in India that separates people into a strict class division? caste system
    • What is the Taj Mahal? a marble palace built for emporer’s wife.
    • What contributions did India make to the world progress? Mathematics: Came up with number “0”, Place Value, Chemicals for dying cloth
    • What is a staple that Asians eat? rice
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