The main session of the Edinburgh 1910 Conference, opposite page 56.
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Edinburgh 1910 – an Account and Interpretation by W H T Gairdner

illiam Henry Temple Gairdner [1873-1929], "Edinburgh 1910" An Account and Interpretation of the World Missionary Conference

Today’s free book is W H T Gairdner’s eyewitness account of the Edinburgh 1910 missionary conference. This public domain title has been digitised from the copy held in Spurgeon’s College library.

William Henry Temple Gairdner [1873-1929], “Edinburgh 1910” An Account and Interpretation of the World Missionary Conference. Edinburgh & London: Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, 1910. Hbk. pp.281. [Click here to visit the download page for this title]

Table of Contents

  • Prefatory Notes
  • Author’s Preface
  • Introit
  1. World History and the World Mission
  2. The Preparation for the Conference
  3. “Edinburgh”
  4. The Opening Evening
  5. The Delegates
  6. Aspects of Procedure
  7. “Carrying the Gospel to All the Non-Christian World”
  8. “The Church on the Mission-Field”
  9. “Education in Relation to the Christianisation of National Life”
  10. “The Missionary Message in Relation to the Non-Christian Religions”
  11. “Missions and Governments”
  12. “Co-operation and the Promotion of Unity”
  13. “The Preparation of Missionaries”
  14. “The Home Base of Missions”
  • Analysis in Leiu of Index
  • L’Envoi to the Readers of “Eibinburgh 1910”

Main image: The main session of the Edinburgh 1910 Conference, opposite page 56.

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