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William Ellis was born in London. He entered the missionary field through the London Missionary Society. His first missions years were spent in the South Pacific Islands. On a trip to the Marquesas via the Hawaiian Islands he met the missionaries from America who had started a work there and later returned and worked with them. His experience with Pacific Islanders was invaluable to the American mission in the Hawaiian Islands during the time he spent there.
Vindication And Appeal
The American Mission In The Sandwich Islands
Originally Published As: "The American Mission In The Sandwich Islands - Vindication And Appeal - In Relation To The Proceedings Of The Reformed Catholic Mission At Honolulu" (1866 Hawaii Edition) After forty years of the American Christian mission to the Hawaiian Islands, some in Great Britain decided to establish a mission of the Church of England in conflict with the present American mission. William Ellis, an English missionary who worked with the American mission in the Hawaiian Islands writes a brilliant and exposing defense of the American mission and appeal to honor the unity of the faith of Jesus by not establishing a competing Church Of England mission in the Islands.
This edition has been produced using restored flowing text from an original and is NOT a "Scan Copy."
- Publication Date:
- 1539543331 / 9781539543336
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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