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    David Livingstone

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    David Livingstone is a Scottish missionary and physician. He spent most of his life exploring Africa. He helped Europeans learn a lot about the continent of Africa. Livingstone was born in Scotland. His parents were really religious so David followed his dad’s footsteps. David is a really hard working person, the reason why he would want to go to Africa was because he knew that there weren’t a lot of Christians there; he also knew that not many people there knew about Christ. At age ten he began

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    Christianity: Biography of David Livingstone

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    and slavery abounded, the need of missionaries grew. However, these missionaries had to exceed all expectation and become reformers as well. In the midst of vast knowledge being discovered someone needed to have a positive influence that did not point toward success or desire to be remembered. As travel grew easier through the railroad and steam engines reformers began to have the ability to go farther than ever before. They took the forms of doctors, missionaries, inventors, and so much more. Each

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    life of a famous Christian man throughout his lifetime. As a young man Livingstone had dreamed to go where no missionary had ever been, to smell the smoke of unknown villages and to witness to people beyond the vast Kalahari. Though born in a poor family Livingstone was able to study theology and medicine and was soon accepted to preach in South Africa but later realized the lack of missionaries in the northern areas of Africa. The Ben Carson Story on the other ha... ... middle of paper ... ...ings

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    Missionaries Are to Blame in Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart The burden and calling to reach out and help others, enfold many people in society throughout the world. Rich or poor, young or old, black, red or white, the motive is helping those with a need. As Chinua Achebe points out in his book, Things Fall Apart, though there is the aspiration to lend a hand, it can sometimes become deadly, and even fatal to the lives of people. Although the missionaries try help convert the Ibo village of

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    countless information of the history of the London Missionary in the Pacific and throughout the world. The article shares some advantages and disadvantages that the earlier missionaries had to cope with during the early stages of Christianity in the Southern Pacific and other parts of the World. With the assistance of the Holy Spirit and the power of the gospel, the missionaries became very successful. I will take you in a journey through three societies and their contribution. From there we can

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    Missionary Essay

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    A missionary can be defined as someone who is sent to spread Christianity throughout the world or do other religious works. There have been several influential missionaries in modern day America such as William Carey, George Müller, David Livingstone, Lottie Moon, and Amy Carmichael. These people have dedicated their lives to reaching out to others and have inspired many people to become missionaries. Each one of them has impacted the world in a different way. William Carey was an English Baptist

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    European Missionaries in Africa At the beginning of the nineteenth century, Christianity was bounded to the coastal areas of Africa. At this time in Western Africa, there were a total of three missionary societies operating in western Africa. There was the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel (SPG), the Wesleyan Missionary Society (WMS), and the Glasaw and Scottish Missionary Society (GSMS). In the southern portion of Africa, the Morovian Missionary and the London Missionary were dominant

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    David Livingstone

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    lived from 1813 to 1873. He was originally a Scottish doctor and missionary. Livingstone was born on March 19, 1813, in Blantyre, Scotland. In 1823 he began to work in a cotton-textile factory. While studying medicine in Glasgow, he also attended classes in theology, and in 1838 he offered his services to the London Missionary Society. After completing hid medical course in 1840, Livingstone was later sent as a medical missionary to South Africa. In 1841 he reached Kuruman, a settlement founded

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    slaves in the United States to being evangelical missionaries to their home country of Africa. A Historian by the name of Albert Raboteau states that those African American missionaries believed, “that God was drawing good out of the evil of slavery by using the American descendents of African slaves to take Christianity to the lands of their ancestors”.2 Early African American Missionary Activity Majority of the first African American missionary activity involved the sending freed Black slaves back

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    Zulu Religion

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    periods been professed by certain groups of people. The term religion must also include, not only beliefs in unseen spiritual agencies, but numerous customs, superstitions, and myths which have usually been regarded by the people of the specific society or community. As far as, Zulu religion goes, there are many different opinions about the origin and historical content. Since many of the beliefs and traditions were passed orally, there are no written records of the founders or early history of

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