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by / on June 17, 2011 at 1:18 am / in The Protestant Missions

Progress with the Ainu in Piratori. 1893!

A great advance was made in the Church Missionary Society’s work among the Ainu. In 1893 there was an increase from eleven church-members and two catechumens to two hundred and nineteen members and one hundred and fifty-one catechumens. The number of villages containing Christians increased from two to ten. Of one village Mr. Batchelor wrote: “Every woman in Piratori has […]

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by / on March 4, 2011 at 1:43 pm / in The Protestant Missions

Reaching the Ainu in Japan!

Three new missions in Japan In 1885 three new missions began work in Japan. They were those of the Presbyterian Church of the United States, of the American Society of Friends, and of the Evangelical Protestant Missionary Society (German and Swiss). As this last society is not well known by American and English Christians, and as its principles and methods differ […]

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