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Paul D. Rapoza
Paul Rapoza was born and raised on the Big Island of Hawaii and lived the first 35 years of his life there before moving to Oregon, USA. His interest in the early missionaries to the Hawaiian Islands and the effects upon the native population were kindled in 1980 while reading photocopies of the biography of Titus Coan, the original being a very delicate copy which was held at Lyman Museum in Hilo, Hawaii. In 2014, after retiring from carpentry, that love of the subject of the "Early Missionaries To The Hawaiian Islands" rekindled. Paul is the director of the "Titus Coan Memorial Library" historical restoration project and owner of Helps Communications.
Three Native Hawaiians
Keopuolani, Kapiolani & Puaaiki
Paul D. Rapoza
William Richards, Rufus Anderson, Hiram Bingham
Introduction and compilation by Paul D. Rapoza with contributions by William Richards, Rufus Anderson & Hiram Bingham and other early missionaries to the Hawaiian Islands.
Keopuolani, Kapiolani & Puaaiki - A Queen, a Chiefess and a commoner.
This book is a compilation of short stories about the lives of three native Hawaiians who were born in the late 1700's and lived to see the rising of the sun of Christianity upon the native population. Two of them lived long enough to see the "Great Awakening" of the native population as the Spirit of God seemed to hover over the nation. Thousands of native Hawaiians became enlightened to the reality of the existence of God and salvation through His Son Jesus, the Christ (the Messiah). The last chapter on the "Great Awakening" has many quotes from various missionaries stationed in the Islands describing those awe inspiring times. (Late 1830's)
- Publication Date:
- 1537019945 / 9781537019949
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.5" x 8.5"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Religion / Christianity / History / General