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John E. Clough, missionary to the Telugus of South India

a sketch

by Emma Rauschenbusch-Clough

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Published by Amer. Bapt. Missionary Union in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Missions

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesBiographical series, Biographical series
    ContributionsAmerican Baptist Foreign Mission Society, Clough, John E.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28 p. :
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26545231M
    OCLC/WorldCa44778874

    Catalogue - Title Wise (Title Indexed) of 24 24 ×. Peasant state and society in medieval South India. Delhi: Oxford University Press. Subbachary, Pulikonda Telugulō kulapūrānālu āsrita vyavastha. A study of caste myths and dependent caste system of Telugus. Hyderabad: Prajashakti Book House. Subbachary, Pulikonda

    At Grips: Talks With the Telugus of South India Goffin, Herbert J. At Sea and in Port, or, Life and Experience of William S. Fletcher: For Thirty Years Seaman's Missionary in Portland, Oregon Fletcher, William S. b. At the Back of the Black Man's Mind, or, Notes on the Kingly Office in West Africa Dennett, R. E. (Richard Edward); Christianity in India - book. infant, he was ‘carried oV to India in ’ by missionary parents. He later South India have always been heavily dependent upon these rivers for survival and prosperity, the waters of these rivers have also been seen as sacred. The ocean-washed extreme toe of India at its very southernmost tip.

    The Beginnings of the Canadian Mission () Before the opening of the Canadian Baptist Mission at Cocanada in March, , a preparatory work had been going on for some years along two lines. We have sketched one of these in the preceding chapter. The other must be reviewed here before we begin the history of the Mission. Portrait and Biographical Album of Des Moines County, Iowa States and Territories, and had the honor of conferring the rite of baptism upon the celebrated Missionary, Rev. J. E. Clough, once a student of the Burlington Institute, now in India serving as Missionary at Ongole among the Telugus, where he is pastor of a congregation of 1,


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John E. Clough, missionary to the Telugus of South India by Emma Rauschenbusch-Clough Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. A sketch of John E. Clough: missionary to the Telugus of South India: a sketch. [Emma Rauschenbusch-Clough].

John Everett Clough was born in New York JDied Novem John Clough went to India with his wife Harriet Clough in He established the Baptist Mission in Ongole. John Clough baptizes 2, in one day in Ongole in the Gundlakamma River which was of.

Full text of "Clough, Kingdom-builder in South India [microform]" See other formats. The first Lutheran missionary in Andhra was John Christian Frederick Heyer who arrived in the year AD. His wife and children remained in Friedens, Somerset County, Pennsylvania where Mrs.

Mary Heyer died in The following year, Heyer was asked to enter the foreign missions. He studied Sanskrit and medicine in Baltimore, and set sail for India from Boston in with three other. A memoir of the Rev. Robert Turlington Noble: missionary to the Telugu people in South India / (London: Seeley, Jackson and Halliday, ), by John Noble (page images at HathiTrust) A memoir of the life and labors of the Rev.

Adoniram Judson, D.D. / (Boston: Phillips, Sampson, ), by Francis Wayland (page images at HathiTrust). Full text of "Forty years among the Telugus: a history of the mission of the Baptists of Ontario and Quebec, Canada, to the Telugus, South India, " See other formats.

The cobra's den: and other stories of missionary work among the Telugus of India / (New York: Fleming H. Revell, c), by Jacob Chamberlain (page images at HathiTrust) A.M. Mackay, pioneer missionary of the Church Missionary Society to Uganda / (New York: A.

Armstrong, ), by Alexina Mackay Harrison (page images at HathiTrust). This article is an attempt to recapitulate a historical outline of the Dalit movement covering years in south India in general and Telugu-speaking regions in particular, that is, covering the Author: Y.

Chinna Rao. Abstract. Telugu women, who were already active in the religious affairs of their communities, carried over their traditional cultic leadership roles into the new office of Biblewoman, which Protestant missionaries imported from Britain, offered them opportunities for their service and : James Elisha Taneti.

John E. Clough, From Darkness to Light: The Story of a Telugu (Boston, MA: W. Corthell, ), – For a list of ten arguments in favor of British rule, see Lutheran Woman’s Work (December ): – The author also listed ten reasons Author: James Elisha Taneti. Ongole, situated in the heart of the Telugu country, is the mother of nearly all the Baptist stations in South India.

Opened in by John E. Clough, “the Apostle to the Telugus,” after the great famine ofit became the scene of one of the most remarkable revivals in mission history, in which 2, outcastes were baptized in a. Church Missionary Society in Coastal Andhra, Mediating Change among the Malas V.

Santha Kumari. Introduction. The history of the Protestant Christian Missions in colonial Andhra is a subject of historical importance to understand the development of Christianity in India.

Clough, John E. Social Christianity of the Orient: The Story of a Man, a Mission and a Movement, New York, Google Scholar Craig, John Forty Years Among the Telugus: A History of the Mission of the Baptists of Ontario and Quebec, Canada to the Telugus, South India, –, Toronto, Author: Y.

Chinna Rao. This is about Christianity in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. See Indian Christian for wider definitions of Christianity in India Telugu Christians. Nellore, our first permanent station in South India Its high school, under Rev. Smith; its hospital, and its nurses’ training-school Mr.

Rutherford, successor to Dr. David Downie, and Mr. Smith–all of them Rochester men Beginning in the nineteenth century, native women preachers served and led nascent Protestant churches in much of Southern India, evolving their own mission theology and practices.

This volume examines the impact of Telugu socio-political dynamics, such as caste, gender, and empire, on the theology and practices of the Telugu Biblewomen. Having married the widow of an American Baptist Missionary in Burma, he visited America in partly because of her ill health, and partly for the purpose of enlisting the Freewill Baptists in his work in India.

Rev Samuel S Day, who was a native of Ontario, was the first Baptist missionary to the Telugus. Clough John E From Darkness to Light – A story of Telugu Awakening, Boston. Cross and Livingstone, Ed.S. The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church, Oxford up, pg Damsteegt, P Gerard Foundations of the Seventh-day Adventist Message and Mission, Grand Rapids, Eerdmans Dayananda Bharati Living Water and Indian Bowl, ISPCK, Delhi.

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In the Hawaiian group and particularly in Hilo and Puna, it was the oral preaching to the multitudes that brought blessing—Titus Coan holding a.The Canadian Baptist Historical Society. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Saturday 8 April An Independent Mission to the Telugus: TheCanadian Baptist Mission and its Pioneering Missionary Activities in Colonial Coastal Andhra, India By Dr.

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