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Jacob Chamberlain [1835-1908], The Cobra's Den, and other stories of missionary work among the Telugus of India





Book Description

Title:
The Cobra's Den, and other stories of missionary work among the Telugus of India
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
New York & Chicago
Publisher:
Fleming H. Revell Co.
Pages:
270
Subjects:
India, Biography, Christian Missions
Copyright Holder:
Public domain


Jacob Chamberlain [1835-1908], The Cobra's Den, and other stories of missionary work among the Telugus of India

Contents

  • Introductory

  1. The Cobra's Den
  2. The Snake-Bitten Hindu's Story
  3. The Angry Mob and the Story of the Cross
  4. The Surgeon's Knife Dethrones a Hindu Idol
  5. Yes, or No? Instructions Wanted
  6. Those Torn-Up Gospels
  7. The Hindu Judge's Opinion of the Bible
  8. Marketing the Bible
  9. A Medico-Evangelistic Tour
  10. Hinduism as It Is
  11. "Lord Ganésa" and Little Rámaswámi
  12. A Brahman's Testimony
  13. A Daybreak Audience and a Chase for a Tiger
  14. The Spotted Tiger Foiled
  15. The Heat of India: How I Keep My Study Cool
  16. Oddities of Travel in India
  17. A Missionary Sanitarium
  18. How the "Cut" Cuts
  19. How Hindu Christians Give
  20. A Merchant of Means Join Us
  21. "Break Cocoanuts Over the Wheels"
  22. The Weaving of India Rugs or God's Plans in Our Lives
  23. "Despondent Missionaries"
  24. The Change of Front in India
  25. Vernacular Preaching: Is it Ineffective?"
  26. A Unique Missionary Meeting on the Himálayas
  27. The Oriental "Bride of the Lamb"

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