Archive for January, 2012

by / on January 24, 2012 at 6:54 am / in The Protestant Missions

Mr. Robert E. Speer’s Secretary of the N. Presbyterian Board Visits Japan!

At the time there was a dispute in the Japanese Church concerning who should hold the reigns. Should it be the Foreign missions or the national church.  The reverend Otis cary describes it in the following passage: “In the Church of Christ in Japan (Presbyterian) the question of the relation between the presbyteries and the foreign missions was vigorously discussed. The […]

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by / on January 17, 2012 at 7:36 am / in The Protestant Missions

Opposition from “Nihon Shugi”.

A movement that attracted considerable attention because of the University professors and other scholars who were its leaders aimed at a revival of Shinto. A magazine entitled Nihon Shugi (Japanese Principles) was published, and the movement was popularly known by the same name. The writers contended that Japan was in danger of losing her national characteristics by wholesale borrowing from […]

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