Religion: Asia's Protestants

"First there were the years of carrying handkerchief-twisted pennies to Sunday school 'for the missionaries.' Then there were the years in young people's groups and in the congregation listening to furloughed missionaries tell their long stories

. . . At seminary there were classes in missions, with emphasis on the length and breadth of this globe-girdling enterprise." Thus the Rev. Theodore A. Gill. 37. managing editor of the Christian Century, describes his personal background for a four-month trip around the world last year to see at first hand what the Protestant missionary enterprise...

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