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  • Madeline Schmidt<br />April 12, 2010<br />Chapter Eleven Outline<br />
    • A Missionary Church: Carrying the Gospel Award the World
    • The Church in Latin America
    • Explorers and conquerors arrive first View slide
    • The Missionaries follow View slide
    • Why convert?
    • Guadalupe: An affirmation of the Native peoples
    • A mixed record for the missionaries
    • On the side of the conquerors
    • On the side of the native peoples
    • A less European church for Latin America
    • The Church of Asia
    • India and Sri Lanka: Converting with respect
    • Francis Xavier reaches out
    • Respect for the traditions of India
    • Native Indian clergy carry on
    • Japan: steadfast Christians amid persecution
    • Street preachers
    • Christians banned and martyred
    • A hidden faith kept alive
    • The Philippines: the only Christian country in Asia
    • Early Spanish missionaries: advocates for the Philippine people
    • Missionaries as bearers of Spanish culture
    • Danger to missionaries
    • The issue of native priesthood in the Philippines
    • China: a question of cultural tolerance
    • Entry to china through knowledge and friendship
    • Two approaches to Chinese culture
    • Trouble over the Jesuit approach
    • Later developments for Chinese Christians
    • Southeast Asia: the French influence
    • The Church in Africa
    • Early Missionary efforts
    • Into the heart of Africa
    • The persistence of slavery
    • Rivalry among the missionaries to Africa
    • The Church of Australia
    • Minimal pasturing for prisoners
    • The growth of Australian church institutions