Missionary Survey As An Aid To Intelligent Co-Operation In Foreign Missions

Missionary Survey As An Aid To Intelligent Co-Operation In Foreign Missions

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Missionary Survey As An Aid To Intelligent Co-Operation In Foreign Missions by Thomas Cochrane, Roland Allen

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1920

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129

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or more Societies The evil of ignoring the work of others Survey is concerned with facts not with ecclesiastical prejudices The difficulty of obtaining the facts The use of estimates II. The mission which has no defined district--A general expression of the purpose of such a mission In its widest terms survey of the work of such a mission would involve survey of the whole state of society In its narrower terms it is survey of a mission establishing a Church In this case most of the preceding tables could be used, omitting proportions to area and population Then we could see force at work Then we could see forms of work Then we could place the mission in a survey of the Country

CHAPTER X.

SURVEY OF THE WORK IN A PROVINCE.

The mission station is not an isolated unit The relationship of station with station is recognised So the relationship of all missions in a country is recognised We can then consider the work of a mission statio

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