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The Renaissance in India. Its Missiomary Aspect
Charles Freer Andrews [1871-1941]

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The Renaissance in India. Its Missiomary Aspect
Publication Year:
Young People's Missionary Movement
Christian Mission, India
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Public domain
Charles Freer Andrews [1871-1941], The Renaissance in India. Its Missiomary Aspect


  • Editor's Preface
  • Notes on the Spelling of Hindu Names
  • Author's Preface
  • Prologue
    1. The indian Unrest
    2. Indian Education
    3. Hinduism as a Religious Growth
    4. The New Reformation
    5. The Challenge of Hinduism
    6. Christian Difficulties in India
    7. Indian Womanhood
    8. Christian Ideals in India
  • Appendices
    1. What it is to be a Hindu
    2. Fundamental Conceptions
    3. Chart: Religious Growth of Hinduism
    4. Typical Passages from the Reformers
    5. A Modern Hindu Catechism
    6. The Anglo-Indian Community
    7. Nestorian Christianity and the Bhakti School
    8. Hindu Terminology and Christian Doctrine
    9. Population of India by Religion
    10. Christians in India by Denomination
    11. Table of Literacy
    12. Number of Students in Indian Colleges, 1909-1910
  • Bibliography
  • Index
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