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Charles Freer Andrews [1871-1941], The Renaissance in India. Its Missiomary Aspect. London: Young People’s Missionary Movement, 1912. Hbk. pp.310. [Click to visit the download page for this title]
- Editor’s Preface
- Notes on the Spelling of Hindu Names
- Author’s Preface
- The indian Unrest
- Indian Education
- Hinduism as a Religious Growth
- The New Reformation
- The Challenge of Hinduism
- Christian Difficulties in India
- Indian Womanhood
- Christian Ideals in India
- What it is to be a Hindu
- Fundamental Conceptions
- Chart: Religious Growth of Hinduism
- Typical Passages from the Reformers
- A Modern Hindu Catechism
- The Anglo-Indian Community
- Nestorian Christianity and the Bhakti School
- Hindu Terminology and Christian Doctrine
- Population of India by Religion
- Christians in India by Denomination
- Table of Literacy
- Number of Students in Indian Colleges, 1909-1910