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by Roland Allen

Author: Roland Allen
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Lutterworth Press; Revised ed. edition (August 24, 2006)
Pages: 168 pages
Category: Other
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An international authority on the missionary movement, he is the author of The History of the Baptist Missionary Society, 1792-1992 and The Bible and the Flag: Protestant Missions and British Imperialism in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. Series: Roland Allen Library.

The book divides into five parts; the first examines the social and religious world which the Apostle inhabited in AD 50; the second addresses how St. Paul presented the . Paul presented the Christian Gospel and his financial policy of self-support for the new churches.

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Roland Allen (29 December 1868 – 9 June 1947) was an English missionary to China sent by the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel (SPG). He was born in Bristol, England, the son of an Anglican priest; but was orphaned early in life. He was educated at Bristol Grammar School and after winning a scholarship to study at St. John's College, Oxford, Allen also studied at the (Anglo-Catholic) Leeds Clergy Training School.

Missionary Principles - and Practice book. At the centre of this discursive study, Allen asserts the distinction which needs to be made in missionary aims between the extension of the Church and the preaching of Jesus Christ. First published in 1913, Missionary Principles is a classic textbook by genre, but in its controversial evaluation of the Church's missionary theories, it is by no means wholly traditional.

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Roland Allen trained for the ministry at Oxford and became a priest in 1893. As a missionary in North China, he worked for the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel and also in collaboration with the founders of World Dominion. His experiences in China prompted him to radically re-assess the theology and missionary methods of the Western churches.

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Missionary Survey As An Aid To Intelligent Co-Operation In Foreign Missions. ISBN 9780554204055 (978-0-554-20405-5) Softcover, BiblioBazaar, 2008. Coauthors & Alternates.

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First published in 1913, Missionary Principles is a classic textbook by genre, but in its controversial evaluation of the Church's missionary theories, it is by no means wholly traditional. At the centre of this discursive study, Allen asserts the distinction which needs to be made in missionary aims between the extension of the Church and the preaching of Jesus Christ. The book is divided into four major chapters, entitled: The Impulse, The Hope, The Means and The Reaction. The impulse, hope and means of missionary work can all be embodied by Jesus Christ, who is viewed as the source, the end and the worker. It is always with this objective in mind that Allen guides the reader through Christ's wishes as to how the Word should be spread. In the final chapter, Allen examines the results of believing in the Holy Spirit's inspiration and the effects this has on the missionary's understanding of moral purpose and motive of missions, both at home and overseas. "It is not the same thing to seek the manifestation of Christ in the growth of the Church, and [...] the effect of that upon all missionary work is most profound." Extract from Chapter Two