Chapter 11

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Chapter 11

  1. 1. Madeline Schmidt<br />April 12, 2010<br />Chapter Eleven Outline<br /><ul><li>A Missionary Church: Carrying the Gospel Award the World
  2. 2. The Church in Latin America
  3. 3. Explorers and conquerors arrive first
  4. 4. The Missionaries follow
  5. 5. Why convert?
  6. 6. Guadalupe: An affirmation of the Native peoples
  7. 7. A mixed record for the missionaries
  8. 8. On the side of the conquerors
  9. 9. On the side of the native peoples
  10. 10. A less European church for Latin America
  11. 11. The Church of Asia
  12. 12. India and Sri Lanka: Converting with respect
  13. 13. Francis Xavier reaches out
  14. 14. Respect for the traditions of India
  15. 15. Native Indian clergy carry on
  16. 16. Japan: steadfast Christians amid persecution
  17. 17. Street preachers
  18. 18. Christians banned and martyred
  19. 19. A hidden faith kept alive
  20. 20. The Philippines: the only Christian country in Asia
  21. 21. Early Spanish missionaries: advocates for the Philippine people
  22. 22. Missionaries as bearers of Spanish culture
  23. 23. Danger to missionaries
  24. 24. The issue of native priesthood in the Philippines
  25. 25. China: a question of cultural tolerance
  26. 26. Entry to china through knowledge and friendship
  27. 27. Two approaches to Chinese culture
  28. 28. Trouble over the Jesuit approach
  29. 29. Later developments for Chinese Christians
  30. 30. Southeast Asia: the French influence
  31. 31. The Church in Africa
  32. 32. Early Missionary efforts
  33. 33. Into the heart of Africa
  34. 34. The persistence of slavery
  35. 35. Rivalry among the missionaries to Africa
  36. 36. The Church of Australia
  37. 37. Minimal pasturing for prisoners
  38. 38. The growth of Australian church institutions

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