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by / on June 3, 2011 at 1:11 pm / in Interesting Japanese Christians!

Ōmura Sumitada: Japanese Daimyo!

Ōmura Sumitada From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ōmura Sumitada (1533-June 23, 1587) Japanese daimyo lord of the Sengoku period. He achieved fame throughout the country for being the first of the daimyo to convert to Christianity following the arrival of the Jesuit missionaries in the mid-16th century. Following his baptism, he was known as “Dom Bartolomeu”. Sumitada is also known […]

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by / on September 14, 2010 at 10:40 pm / in The Protestant Missions

Japanese arguments against Christianity!

IN 1868, there was circulated in Kyushu a pamphlet that may well be given in full, as it shows how the Japanese looked upon the missionaries and their religion. It also narrates from a different point of view some of the events described in previous chapters. TALES OF NAGASAKI— THE STORY OF THE EVIL DOCTRINE The Roman Catholic Religion At […]

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