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About the author:
The Christian Missionaries to the Hawaiian Islands first arrived in the Islands in 1820. By 1836 many of them had lived with the Hawaiian natives for 15 years with at times phenominal results. They gave up the comforts and security of New England to live in often primitive housing for years. During the years 1837-1840 over 20,000 natives were added to the Church.

Duty To Evangelize

Authored by The Hawaiian Islands Mission
Prepared for publication by William P. Alexander

Originally published in 1836 as "The Duty Of The Present Generation To Evangelize The World", a short book published by the early Christian missionaries to the Hawaiian Islands. A modern day epistle on the duty to evangelize and obey the last command of Jesus while on earth. This book has some very clear and convicting insights into the Christian's life of obedience to the Master and was compiled from the participation of multiple missionaries to the Hawaiian Islands. The following year (1837) revival broke out all over the islands for three years with over 20,000 added to the churches. Their convictions cause them to write, "The churches are perceiving more and more clearly their duty to the heathen, while their efforts do not correspond with their convictions; thus rendering their own salvation doubtful, exposing their country to divine displeasure, and leaving the heathen to perish... Therefore we cannot be silent. We must speak."

This edition has been produced using restored flowing text from an original and is NOT a "Scan Copy."

Publication Date:
154133308X / 9781541333086
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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

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