Propagation of the Gospel in the East : Being An Account of the Success Of Two Danish Missionaries, Lately sent to the East-Indies, For The Conversion Of Thf [!] Heathens in Malabar ; In several [...] / [Bartholomäus Ziegenbalg; Heinrich Plütschau; Hrsg.: Anton Wilhelm Böhme]. London : Downing, 1709
- PDF Vorderdeckel
- PDF Titelblatt
- PDF The Epistle Dedicatory.
- PDF The Contents.
- PDF A Preliminary Discourse Concerning the Character of a Missionary.
- PDF An Account of the Success Of Two Danish Missionaries, Sent to the East-Indies, For The Conversion Of The Heathens in Malabar.
- PDF Letter I. Containing an Account of the Journey from Denmark to the Cape of Good Hope.
- PDF Letter II. The Missionaries set out from the Cape of Good Hope in Africa, and safely arrive at Tranquebar in the East-Indies, on the Coast of Coromandel.
- PDF Letter III: Of the Gross and Blind Idolatry of the Malabarians. An Account of their several Idols. Their Notion of the Sun, and other Celestial Bodies.
- PDF Letter IV. Difficulty of the Malabarian Language. The Readiness of the Malabarians in arguing. The Missionaries in Danger, on Account of the Roman-Catholicks.
- PDF Letter V. The vicious Life of the Christians greatly obstructs the Conversion of the Heathens. Some other Obstacles related. The Necessity of assisting the Missionaries with seasonable Supplies of Money. They set up a Charity-School in their own House, xc.
- PDF Letter VI. Some particular Providence attends the Missionaries in converting a Malabarian Gentleman. His Notions about the Malabar-Gods, and Questions concerning the Christian Religion. They begin to get Acquaintance with King Tranjou.
- PDF Letter VII. Containing a short Rehearsel of the Account given in the forgoing Letters. Writ to a friend without Berlin.
- PDF Letter VIII. The Sufferings of the Malabarians, after their Conversion to Christianity. A Charity-School set up by the Missionaries. The way of Printing in that Country. An humble Request for being supported with seasonable Remittances of Money, for carrying on the Design.
- PDF Letter IX. The Missionaries continue to learn the Malabarian Language, and to catechize therein. They build a Chruch, and preach both in the Malabarian and Portuguese Language. The Conversion of some Malabarians to the Christian Religion. Of some Necessaries they stand in need of, for carrying on the Work of God among the Heathens.
- PDF Letter X. Some presents of Malabarick Books sent over by the Missionaries. They intreat the European Christians, to afflict' em with supplies of Money, Books, and other Necessaries.
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