Religions and Missionaries Around the Pacific, 1500-1900

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Tanya Storch
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2006 - 415 pages
This volume takes an interdisciplinary approach to the study of religious cultural exchanges around the Pacific in the period 1500-1900, relating these to economic and political development and to the expansion of communication across the area. It brings together twenty-two pieces, from diaries of religious exiles and missionary field observations, to studies from a variety of academic disciplines, so enabling a multitude of voices to be heard. The articles are grouped in sections dealing with the Islamic period, the Iberian Catholic period, the Jewish diaspora, the Russian Orthodox church, the epoch of Protestant culture and finally Asian immigrant religions in the West; a substantial introduction contextualizes these chapters in terms of both historical and contemporary approaches.
 

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PART ONE THE ISLAMIC PERIOD
1
The Role of Islam in the Political Development of Malaysia
11
Filipinos Before the Spanish Conquest Possessed a WellOrdered and Well
33
PART TWO THE IBERIAN CATHOLIC PERIOD
41
French Catholic Missionaries in Japan in the Bakumatsu and Early Meiji
51
Some Observations on Mission Methods and Native Reactions in Sixteenth
91
F Delor Angeles
117
PART THREE AGES OF THE JEWISH DIASPORA
149
PART FIVE THE PROTESTANT PERIOD
211
The Home Board and the China Mission
223
German Lutheran
239
The Impact of Missionary Christianity upon Marginalized Ethnic
289
PART SIX THE ASIAN MIGRATION PERIOD
315
Religion in the Urbanizing West 18501869 in
331
At Encinitas in California The Years 19401951
361
Chinese Buddhism in America
383

The Patriotic Scholar
157
PART FOUR TWO CENTURIES OF RUSSIAN ORTHODOXY
173
Missionary Goals
183

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Tanya Storch is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at the University of the Pacific, USA.

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