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Among the Wild Tribes of the Afghan Frontier

A Record of Sixteen Years' Close Intercourse with the Natives of the Indian Marches

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Author: T.L. Pennell
Published: 1909
Language: English
Wordcount: 102,010 / 295 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 49.4
LoC Category: GN
Downloads: 1,792
Added to site: 2010.05.03 27590
Genres: Non-fiction, Travel

ained from hostilities--Meets his death 277-286

Chapter XXIII

Rough Diamonds

A novel inquirer--Attends the bazaar preaching--Attacked by his countrymen--In the police-station--Before the English magistrate--Declares he is a Christian--Arrival of his mother--Tied up in his village--Escape--Takes refuge in the hills--A murder case--Circumstantial evidence--Condemned--A last struggle for liberty--Qazi Abdul Karim--His origin--Eccentricities--Enthusiasm--Crosses the frontier--Captured--Confesses his faith--Torture--Martyrdom 287-295

Chapter XXIV


Number of converts not a reliable estimate of mission work--Spurious converts versus indigenous Christianity--Latitude should be allowed to the Indian Church--We should introduce Christ to India rather than Occidental Christianity--Christianizing sects among Hindus and Muhammadans--Missionary work not restricted to missionarie



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