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Arthur T. Pierson [1837-1911], The Crisis of Missions; or, the Voice Out of the Cloud, 4th edn.

London: James Nisbet & Co., [1889]. Hbk. pp.370.

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Arthur T. Pierson [1837-1911], The Crisis of Missions; or, the Voice Out of the Cloud, 4th edn.


  1. The Precept and the Promise
  2. Providential Signals
  3. Removal of Barriers
  4. The Moving of the Pillar
  5. The Opening of Doors: India
  6. East Indian Missions
  7. Burmah and Karens
  8. The Open Door in Siam
  9. The Walled Kingdom
  10. Protestant Missions in China
  11. Japan, The Sunrise Kingdom
  12. Korea, The Hermit Nation
  13. The Ottoman Empire
  14. The Dark Continent
  15. Papal Lands
  16. Mexico, Land of Aztecs
  17. South American States
  18. The Subsidence of Obstacles
  19. Woman's Work for Woman
  20. The Preparation of the Church
  21. The White Harvest Fields
  22. The Gracious Signs
  23. The Transformations of Grace
  24. The Products of God's Husbandry
  25. The Isles Waiting For His Law
  26. God's Seal on the Workmen
  27. The Aspect and Prospect
  28. The Elements in the Crisis
  29. The Unheeded Signals
  30. The Leaven of a New Theology
  31. The Spirit of Missions
  32. The Laborers are Few
  33. Meeting the Crisis
  34. A World's Missionary Council

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