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by Eunice Jones Mathews,E. Stanley Jones

Author: Eunice Jones Mathews,E. Stanley Jones
Language: English
Publisher: Abingdon Press; First Edition edition (1975)
Pages: 160 pages
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Eli Stanley Jones (1884–1973) was an American 20th-century Methodist Christian missionary and theologian.

Eli Stanley Jones (1884–1973) was an American 20th-century Methodist Christian missionary and theologian. He is remembered chiefly for his interreligious lectures to the educated classes in India, thousands of which were held across the Indian subcontinent during the first decades of the 20th century.

Jones – Christ and Human Need (1971) Compiled by Eunice Jones Mathews and James K Mathews. He died January 25, 1973 in his beloved India. E. Stanley Jones Foundation.

In 1950 Dr. Stanley Jones provided funds for India’s first Christian psychiatric center and clinic, the now noted Nur . Stanley Jones provided funds for India’s first Christian psychiatric center and clinic, the now noted Nur Manzil Psychiatric Center and Medical Unit at Lucknow. The staff includes specialists from India, Asia, Africa, Europe, and America who had given up lucrative practices to serve in this Christian institution which serves thousands of patients. He died January 25, 1973 in India.

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E. Stanley Jones with the help of his dauther Eunice Jones Mathews. A resounding spiritual "yes!" to the human "no" of personal tragedy.

The Divine Yes is crucial to understanding the life and ministry of E. Stanley Jones. For more than 60 years Jones, a Methodist Missionary & Evangelist, was a voice of reason in a world that was often on the brink

The Divine Yes is crucial to understanding the life and ministry of E. For more than 60 years Jones, a Methodist Missionary & Evangelist, was a voice of reason in a world that was often on the brink. He was a personal friend of Gandhi, had an influence on Martin Luther King, J. and preached before the crowned heads & political leaders of East and West.

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1970) "The Divine Yes" (1975) (posthumously). Compiled by Eunice Jones Mathews and James K Mathews

1970) "The Divine Yes" (1975) (posthumously). Selections from E Stanley Jones – Christ and Human Need" (1971?) Compiled by Eunice Jones Mathews and James K Mathews. Jones, E. Stanley - ( ) Methodist missionary to India Jones was possibly the best known and respected Western Christian leader in India in the mid 20th century. His efforts to integrate elements of indian culture into Christianity helped ease india. Encyclopedia of Protestantism. Stanley Jones provided funds for India's first Christian psychiatric center . The Divine Yes (1975) (posthumously). Selections from E Stanley Jones – Christ and Human Need Compiled by Eunice Jones Mathews and James K Mathews. Stanley Jones provided funds for India's first Christian psychiatric center and clinic, the now noted Nur Manzil Psychiatric Center and Medical Unit at Lucknow. In 2009 Lucknow Publishing published Living Upon The Way, a 15-hour audio series of selected sermons.

"I believe God is saying to me, 'I am handing you back your life for a demonstration period at the very end, so that a viewer looking on may see if there is anything in it.'" On December 7, 1971, at the age of 87, word-renowned author -evangelist, E. Stanley Jones, suffered a paralyzing stroke. For five hours, he lay totally helpless. Physically, Dr. Jones was a broken man. Spiritually, he was experiencing what he had preached so energetically during his ministry -- victory in Jesus! The Divine Yes, written during the introspective fourteen-month period of his illness, is a resounding spiritual "yes" to the human "no" of personal tragedy! In 1928, Jones was elected a bishop in The Methodist Church -- a position he resigned twenty-four hours later! He felt called to continue as a missionary and evangelist, his destination became India. The young missionary established Ashrams -- places of spiritual retreat where Christian content is blended with the Indian spirit of inner quiet, spiritual sensitivity, and simplicity. The Ashram movement has become worldwide, as did the evangelistic journeys of Dr. Jones. He even became a best-selling author with twenty-eight books to his credit, two of which became million-copy sellers. Confronting his sudden illness, Dr. Jones discovered new meanings for his life. "Now I must apply what I have been preaching through the years: that no matter what happens to us, the final result depends on how we take it. Here I was to be called upon to illustrate and apply the Good News, the Divine Yes, in the face of the bad news life often offers." Saying "yes" to life, he learned to walk and talk again to the amazement of his doctors. He even preached again with the tireless zeal characteristic of his entire ministry. The Divine Yes was completed, and Dr. Jones returned to his beloved India where he died peacefully on January 25, 1973.