Post Tagged with: "Joseph Neesima"

by / on June 20, 2011 at 1:25 am / in The Protestant Missions

Doshisha losing its Christian character!

There had gradually arisen among the missionaries of the American Board much dissatisfaction with the conduct of the Doshisha. As the affairs of that institution occupy considerable space in the history of this and succeeding years, it may be well to recall a few facts concerning it. It will be remembered that it had been established by Dr. Neesima in […]

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by / on August 8, 2010 at 2:02 pm / in The Protestant Missions

COMMODORE PERRY and THE OPENING OF THE GATES 1853-1859!

AT last the time had come for Japan to be drawn forth from its long seclusion. The way in which this was accomplished by Commodore Perry has often been described, and here we need concern ourselves with only such particulars as have a direct connection with our subject. When it became known that the United States was fitting out an […]

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