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    • D'une foi l'autre : les conversions à l'islam en Occident

      Cherqaoui, Fatima; Rocher, Lisbeth (Éd. du Seuil, 1986)
    • D. António Barroso : missionário, cientista, missiólogo

      Brasio, António (Centro de Estudos Históricos Ultramarinos, 1961)
    • D. Dr. Bruno Gutmann : Lebenslauf und Würdigung der Lebensarbeit D. Dr. Bruno Gutmanns

      Gutmann, Bruno (1876-1966); Kühn, Martin (Ev.-Luth. Mission, 1951)
    • D. E. Hoste - A Prince With God - C.I.M. - Hudson Taylor's successor for the China Inland Mission

      D. E. Hoste (Dixon Edward Hoste)
      D. E. Hoste - A Prince With God - C.I.M. - Hudson Taylor's successor for the China Inland Mission Dixon Edward Hoste (23 July 1861 â 11 May 1946) was a British Protestant Christian missionary to China and the longest lived of the Cambridge Seven and successor to James Hudson Taylor as General Director of the China Inland Mission, (from 1902 to 1935). He was the son of Major General Dixon Edward Hoste (see Dixon Hoste disambiguation page). He was educated at Clifton College and the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich, and at the age of 18 was commissioned as a lieutenant in the Royal Artillery. In 1882 he experienced conversion under the influence of Dwight Lyman Moody. In 1883 he became interested in the work of the China Inland Mission, and was the first of the Cambridge Seven to apply to work with this mission, and after some delay was accepted, sailing for China in 1885. He was sent to Kà ¼wu (presumably Quwo), to the south of Linfen in Southern Shanxi. In 1886 he was ordained as a pastor by Hudson Taylor, and moved to Hungtung (now Hongdong or Hongtong) to work with Stanley Peregrine Smith who had opened an opium refuge there at the invitation of Pastor Hsi. He worked under Xi, wore Chinese clothes, ate Chinese food, and tried to get an insight into the Chinese mind. Hoste is credited with making the Chinese churches apply the indigenous principles of self-government, self-support, and self-propagation. This threefold motto was later adopted by the Three-Self Patriotic Movement after missionaries were expelled from China. In 1893, he married Gertrude Broomhall, daughter of CIM General Secretary Benjamin Broomhall and his wife Amelia, (Hudson Taylor's sister). Because of ill-health Mr Hoste visited England in 1896 and then spent some time in Australia before returning to China. During his appointment as General Director of the China Inland Mission he was based in Shanghai, and after internment there by the Japanese Army from 1944 to 1945, returned to England where he died in 1946 at the Mildmay Nursing Home. His wife had died in Shanghai in approximately 1943.
    • D. Ludwig J. Nommensen, ein Lebensbild /

      Warneck, Joh. (Johannes), 1867-1944. (Barmen : Verlag des Rheinischen Missionshauses,, 1919)
      Mode of access: Internet.
    • D.M. Thornton a study in missionary ideals and methods /

      Gairdner, W. H. T. (William Henry Temple), 1873-1928. (London ; New York : Hodder and Stoughton,, [1909])
      Mode of access: Internet.
    • Da crônica de viagem ao objeto museal: notas sobre uma coleção etnográfica brasileira em Roma

      Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina; Castells, Alicia Norma Gonzalez de; Rodrigues, Rafael de Oliveira (2017-06-27)
      Tese (doutorado) - Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Centro de Filosofia e Ciências Humanas, Programa de Pós-Graduação em Antropologia Social, Florianópolis, 2017.
    • Da fé à promoção social: a atividade missionária do Padre Ibiapina

      Sylvana Maria Brandão de Aguiar; Newton Darwin de Andrade Cabral; Sergio Sezino Douets Vasconcelos; Alberto Rodrigues de Oliveira (Biblioteca Digital da Universidade Católica de Pernambuco, 2007-04-13)
      In the second half of the nineteenth century, society and the catholic church in Brazil experienced a period of great changes. In that period, Father Ibiapina, as a missionary, implemented and developed numerous social works. He characterized his work with a certain charism and in a short period of time, working in groups, constructed a significant number projects in the interior of five northeastern provinces. Through community participation, Ibiapina distributed responsibilities and generated enthusiasm that would lead to welfare services in the communities. He did this with the idea that each community, together with the church, could assume their responsibilities of their own social problems and solve them accordingly to their own possibilities. Sensitive to the regional problems of the brazilian northeast, he made Houses of Charity the base of his activities, especially promoting woman, qualifying them through educational, religious and professional training. Following his missionary project, Ibiapina defined his understanding, by employing religion and its possibilities, bringing social and economical benefits to the rural population, his principle object. Related to a living faith in God, translated in activities, his social works assembled populations that were before scattered and made concrete something more than merely material constructions. All of this established his missionary life as a symbol of achievements and benefits, expressing that an ideal can bring forth to a precarious social reality, existing in a certain time and in a certain society.
    • Da fé à promoção social: a atividade missionária do Padre Ibiapina

      Cabral, Newton Darwin de Andrade; Aguiar, Sylvana Maria Brandão de; Vasconcelos, Sergio Sezino Douets; Oliveira, Alberto Rodrigues de (Universidade Católica de PernambucoMestrado em Ciências da ReligiãoUNICAPBRCiências da Religião, 2017-06-01)
      Made available in DSpace on 2017-06-01T18:12:59Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 Alberto Rodrigues_confrontada.pdf: 2551195 bytes, checksum: 500baec82c44909d427c30a1c6bad110 (MD5) Previous issue date: 2007-04-13
    • Da Ravenna al Baltico : martiri missionari intorno all’anno Mille

      a cura di GIULIO MALAGUTI; Golinelli Paolo (Il Mulinoplace:Bologna, 2004)
    • Da Ravenna al Baltico : martiri missionari intorno all’anno Mille

      a cura di GIULIO MALAGUTI; Golinelli Paolo (Il Mulino, 2004)
    • Da Ravenna al Baltico: martiri missionari intorno all'anno Mille

      MALAGUTI GIULIO A CURA DI; P. GOLINELLI (place:BOLOGNA, 2005)
    • Da Ravenna al Baltico: martiri missionari intorno all'anno Mille

      MALAGUTI GIULIO A CURA DI; P. GOLINELLI (2005)
    • Da'wa in the United States

      Moore, Kathleen Marie (eScholarship, University of California, 2014-12-01)
      Da’wa (literally, "call") refers not only to missionary work (i.e., spreading the message of Islam to nonbelievers). It also means reinforcinggreater piety on the part of Muslims, appealing to Muslims to renew their religious commitment. Influenced by Muslim scholar Isma’il al-Faruqi,contemporary da’wa activity in the American context has underscored that the role of the da’i (the one who calls) is to invite "reversion" toone's natural or innate state of being in relationship with the divine. Islam was readopted by many twentieth-century African Americans due toda’wa work of the Ahmadis, the Nation of Islam, and others. Digital da’wa, using new social media and the Internet, and visual da’wa (e.g.,satellite television and YouTube videos) add innovative means to propagating the faith and increasing Islamic literacy.
    • Da'wa in the United States

      Moore, Kathleen Marie (eScholarship, University of California, 2014-12-01)
      Da’wa (literally, "call") refers not only to missionary work (i.e., spreading the message of Islam to nonbelievers). It also means reinforcinggreater piety on the part of Muslims, appealing to Muslims to renew their religious commitment. Influenced by Muslim scholar Isma’il al-Faruqi,contemporary da’wa activity in the American context has underscored that the role of the da’i (the one who calls) is to invite "reversion" toone's natural or innate state of being in relationship with the divine. Islam was readopted by many twentieth-century African Americans due toda’wa work of the Ahmadis, the Nation of Islam, and others. Digital da’wa, using new social media and the Internet, and visual da’wa (e.g.,satellite television and YouTube videos) add innovative means to propagating the faith and increasing Islamic literacy.
    • Daggers of faith: thirteenth-century Christian missionizing and Jewish response

      Chazan, Robert (University of California Press, 1989)
      Our understanding of both Jewish history and the history of Western civilization is deepened by this finely balanced account of Christian missionizing among the Jews. Arguing that until the thirteenth century Western Christendom showed little serious commitment to converting the Jews, Robert Chazan proceeds to detail the special circumstances of that critical century in European history. The Roman Catholic Church, characterized at that time by a remarkable combination of vitality and confidence on the one hand and deep-seated insecurities on the other, embarked on its first vigorous campaign to convert the Jews in significant numbers.Chazan examines the new missionizing endeavor in its formative stages, roughly from 1240 to 1280, and analyzes Christian efforts to convince Jews of the truth of Christianity and, at the same time, of the nullity of the Jewish religious tradition. At least as interesting is his investigation of the Jewish lines of response. These ranged from the postures adopted in public debate to the reassurances penned by Jewish leaders for the eyes and ears of their followers only. Although few Jews were converted by the first wave of this new missionizing thrust, it ranked high among the developments that eventually sapped the strength of late medieval European Jewry.
    • Daggers of Faith: Thirteenth-Century Christian Missionizing and Jewish Response

      Chazan, Robert (University of California Press, 1991)
      Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991
    • Daialhy E. North

      Digital Commons @ George Fox University, 1940-08-02
      This says, 'Christ for Bolivia! Christ for Corocoro! Br-r-r-r such a cold place but what a warm welcome. B.J.M Daialhy E. North