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Archibald Forder [1863-1934], With the Arabs in Tent and Town. An Account of Missionary Work, Life and Experiences in Moab and Edom and the First Missionary Journey into Arabia from the North, 3rd edn. London: Marshall Brothers, [1902]. Hbk. pp.241.


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Book Description

Title:
With the Arabs in Tent and Town. An Account of Missionary Work, Life and Experiences in Moab and Edom and the First Missionary Journey into Arabia from the North, 3rd edn
Author:
Publication Year:
Location:
London
Publisher:
Marshall Brothers
Pages:
241
Subjects:
Christian Mission, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Israel
Copyright Holder:
Public domain


With the Arabs in Tent and Town. An Account of Missionary Work, Life and Experiences in Moab and Edom and the First Missionary Journey into Arabia from the North, 3rd edn

Contents

  • Preface
  • Introduction
  1. Early Life and Leading
  2. Life and Work in Kerak
  3. From Moab to the Entrance into Arabia
  4. Leaving for the Jowf. To the Edge of the Desert
  5. From Orman to Kaf and Ithera
  6. What Happened at Ithera, and the Desert Journey to Jowf
  7. Arrival at the Jowf, with an Account of All that Befell Me There
  8. The Climax at the Jowf and Return to Jerusalem
  9. Danger and Deliverances
  10. Religion and Customs of the Arabs
  11. Discouragements Versus Encouragements and Otherwise
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