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William Carey

Bearer of Good News (Heroes for Young Readers)

by Renee Meloche

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  • 38 Currently reading

Published by YWAM Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christianity,
  • Religious figures,
  • Religion - Christianity - General,
  • Juvenile Nonfiction,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Nonfiction,
  • Children: Grades 2-3,
  • Biography & Autobiography - Religious,
  • Religion - Christianity

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsBryan Pollard (Illustrator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8747856M
    ISBN 101576582361
    ISBN 109781576582367
    OCLC/WorldCa52343208

    The class expanded my previous knowledge of anatomy while teaching me how to properly dissect and respect cadavers. They also acquired a printing press, which he used to print the Bible in Bengali. Carey, who had hitherto refused to go, with her children and sister joined her husband. But in the company's charter expired. It is not surprising then that differences arose between the workers at Serampore and the Society at home over the management and ownership of the mission. I am, indeed, poor, and shall always be so, until the Bible is published in Bengali and Hindustani, and the people want no further instruction.

    If we follow in his footsteps, not only will lives be bettered this side of heaven, but hearts will be changed for eternity--and entire cultures transformed for Christ. Missionary Methods and Results. Learn More in these related Britannica articles:. Carey had looked to this time, and thru the instrumentality of friends at home, a clause was inserted in the new grant which gave freedom for the missionary enterprise.

    The Careys had seven children, though the two daughters did not survive infancy and one son died at 5 years old. In he published An Enquiry into the Obligations of Christians to use Means for the Conversion of the Heathens, which contains five parts: The command of Jesus to make disciples of the world and how it is a binding command to all Christians, Missionary activity history, starting at the early church and going through Brainerd and John Wesley, Statistics about religion and population in every country of the world, which Carey compiled while he was a schoolteacher, Answers to objections about sending missionaries, including such things as language difficulties and mortal danger, and How and why a missionary society should be formed by the Baptist denomination, and how it can be supported. He was not a success in discipline, not apt as a teacher, and soon returned to shoemaking, which occupation he followed for the next four years. Grace Hughes Carey ? William Carey.


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William Carey book

They were married in May, Part of the Cochrane Collection Plus. All his acts were cheerfully confirmed by the home government in Copenhagen. Men of such ability as Carey naturally would make progress far ahead of the ordinary rank and file of the church at home.

As he withdrew Dr. They had also earned the goodwill of the local Danish government and Richard Wellesleythen Governor-General of India. In collaboration with the College of Fort WilliamCarey undertook the translation of the Hindu classics into English, beginning with the three-volume epic poem the Ramayana.

And he did more for the transformation of the Indian subcontinent in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries than any other individual before or since. When about twenty he associated with a small body of nonconformists at Hackleton; two years later, on October 5,he was baptized by Dr.

There was also no end of evangelistic material of various sorts in Bengali and English aimed at those settled in India. Jealousy is the great evil that haunts her mind.

Inbecause of a great flood, the factory was closed and Carey was for the time puzzled to know what move to make next. He was very gifted in language; he taught himself Latin as a child. On December 4,the necessary edict was signed and given to Carey to translate into Bengali, in order that it might be published in both languages.

William Carey

In Carey's lifetime, the mission printed and distributed the Bible in whole or part in 44 languages and dialects. In Section II, Carey reviews former attempts to convert various peoples of the world to Christianity; included in this chapter is Carey's rehearsal of Christian missionary history, including an exposition of Paul's four missionary journeys as recorded in the New Testament book, the Acts of the Apostles.

For by the time satisfactory arrangements were made to sail on the Kron Princessa Maria, a Danish vessel, on June 13,Mrs. Once he said to a friend, "There is nothing remarkable in what I have done.

William Carey, Missionary

I waited many years to return to school to pursue my nursing PhD, and I found the administration, faculty, and staff supportive and always there to make my learning experience as positive as possible.

They also acquired a printing press, which he used to print the Bible in Bengali. One who was present William Carey book, "If all the people had lifted up their voices and wept, as the children of Israel did at Bochim, I should not have wondered at the effect; it would only have seemed proportionate to the cause, so clearly did he prove the criminality of our supineness in the cause of God.

Subscribe today This article was most recently revised and updated by Amy TikkanenCorrections Manager.William Carey was born on August 17, in the village of Paulerspury in Northamptonshire, England to Edmund and Elizabeth Carey. His father was a parish clerk and a village schoolmaster as well.

Carey was an inquisitive child and was interested in the natural sciences, especially botany. RENTAL FAQS. HELP TOPICS. Skip Navigation STORE INFO.

Your store manager isCARTER WRIGHT William Carey University Bookstore William Carey Parkway, Hattiesburg, MS Return the book to the bookstore within the allowed period along with drop/add documentation. If you return your book via mail, it must be postmarked within the. But The Legacy of William Carey is more than a biography.

It is a charge to all Christians to respond in kind within our own cultures, and to use Carey's example as our model for taking the light of the Gospel into every corner of society.3/5(4). Page - India for the purpose of accomplishing these benevolent designs, provided always, that the authority of the local Governments, respecting the intercourse of Europeans with the interior of the coun'try, be preserved, and that the principles of the British Government.

on which the natives of India have hitherto relied for the free exercise of their religion, be inviolably maintained. People named William Carey. Find your friends on Facebook. Log in or sign up for Facebook to connect with friends, family and people you know.

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They belonged to the Church of England, and his father was a parish clerk and the schoolmaster of the village when Carey was six years old.