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immediate Christianization of Japan

Charles S. Eby

immediate Christianization of Japan

prospects, plans, results

by Charles S. Eby

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Published by Printed at the Office of the "Japan Mail" in Yokohama .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Missions -- Japan,
  • Protestant churches -- Missions.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby C.S. Eby.
    ContributionsTokio Missionary Conference (1884)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[2], 32, xiv p.
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17416472M

    There is a severe shortage of men in Japanese churches and it is difficult for missionaries to make meaningful contact with Japanese men. Old—young relationships were based on loyalty and indebtedness and were defined in terms of duty. Although Ireland had never been part of the Roman Empire, Christianity had come there and developed, largely independently, into Celtic Christianity. During World War IIhe helped several thousand Jews leave the country by issuing transit visas to Jewish refugees so that they could travel to Japan. While they tolerate the Christian church personally and legislatively, many feel that Christianity does not really belong there.

    This book would pair well with the Sea Turtle movie and craft activity we did earlier. Fukuda calls this contextual logic: no religion, no view is taken to be absolute. Religious rivalries between Catholics and Protestants reached Japan with the arrival of Dutch and English traders in the early 17th century. Non-Western theologians consider this a form of Western Imperialism given the Western stress on the continuing validity of the terminology of the early church. The local Japanese people initially assumed that the foreigners were from India and that Christianity was a new " Indian faith ". Misunderstandings were inevitable.

    Since neither could colonize it, the exclusive right to propagate Christianity in Japan meant the exclusive right to immediate Christianization of Japan book with Japan. The video and an audio version are available in Japanese. Students are discouraged from asking their teachers many questions because they may be perceived as disrupting the group for the sake of their own personal interests. This book would pair well with the Sea Turtle movie and craft activity we did earlier. For this reason, the average Japanese family may not have enough time left to participate in additional Christian activities such as church services, mid-week prayer meetings or other events. Still, this does not mean that one has to eliminate its belief system and tradition, even if such believe system or tradition has been used to justify evildoing.


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