Tag: Timothy Richard

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A Response to Richard Cook

Few things are more meaningful to a scholar than to have their work read carefully by respected authorities in their field. I am deeply honored that Richard Cook chose to devote his time and attention to such a close reading of my research on . . . Timothy Richard.

Book Reviews

Encountering China

A Book Review

Cook reviews this recent volume about the first half of Timothy Richard’s career and evaluates the book’s content and approach.

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History as a Theological Laboratory

More from the webinar “Real Lives of Real Missionaries: Timothy Richard (1845-1919)."

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Lessons from Timothy Richard

“Real Lives of Real Missionaries: The Life and Ministry of Timothy Richard,” a webinar presented by Dr. Andrew Kaiser.

Books

Encountering China: The Evolution of Timothy Richard’s Missionary Thought (1870–1891)

Welsh Baptist missionary to China Timothy Richard (1845-1919) was once widely regarded as "one of the greatest missionaries whom any branch of the Church, whether Roman Catholic, Russian Orthodox, or Protestant, has sent to China." Today, few have heard of Richard and his remarkable lifetime of ministry in China.

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Plans Can’t Keep Up with Changes

An in-person lecture becomes a webinar.

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Insights from a 19th Century Welshman

A Webinar on the Life and Ministry of Timothy Richard.

Are there lessons to be learned about effective cross-cultural work from a 19th  century Welsh Baptist missionary? According to Dr. Andrew Kaiser the answer is a resounding yes!

Webinars

Real Lives of Real Missionaries

A Webinar on the Life and Ministry of Timothy Richard

Are there lessons to be learned about effective cross-cultural work from a 19th century Welsh Baptist missionary? According to Dr. Andrew Kaiser the answer is a resounding yes!