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Thirty four conferences between the Danish missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans

Bartholomaeus Ziegenbalg

Thirty four conferences between the Danish missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans

... in the East Indies, concerning the truth of the Christian religion: together with some letters written by the heathens to the said missionaries. Translated out of High Dutch by Mr. Philipps.

by Bartholomaeus Ziegenbalg

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Published by printed for H. Clements, W. Fleetwood, and J. Stephens in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 3268, no. 04.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[8],xxii,[2],352p.
Number of Pages352
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16927692M

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Thirty Four Conferences Between the Danish Missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans (or Heathen Priests) In the East Indies, Concerning the Truth of by the Heathens to the Said Missionaries Hardcover – Janu Author: Thirty four conferences between the Danish missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans book Ziegenbalg.

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Thirty four conferences between the Danish missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans (or heathen priests) in the East Indies, concerning the truth of the Christian religion: together with some letters written by the heathens to the said missionaries byPages: Thirty four conferences between the Danish missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans (or heathen priests) in the East Indies, concerning the truth of the Christian religion: together with some letters written by the heathens to the said missionaries.

Thirty four conferences between the Danish missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans (or heathen priests) in the East Indies, concerning the truth of the Christian religion by Bartholomaeus Ziegenbalg; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Religion, Missions, Early works toHinduism, Tamil (Indic people), Lutheran Church; Places: Kerala (India), India.

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Thirty Four Conferences Between the Danish Missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans (or Heathen Priests) in the East Indies, Concerning the Truth of the Christian Religion   (English, Paperback, Ziegenbalg Bartholomaeus). Thirty Four Conferences between the Danish Missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans (or Heathen Priests) in the East Indies concerning the Truth of the Christian Religion: together with some Author: Will Sweetman.

1 The Madurai Mission was sponsored by the Portuguese padroado (or patronage) of missions, while the Carnatic Mission was financed by the French king. This national division was a source of quarrels between the Portuguese Estado da Índia and the French king, although the Jesuits in situ never ceased to collaborate.

On this troubled relationship within the Jesuit missionary community Author: Will Sweetman, Ines G.

Županov. At 2 libraries Thirty four conferences between the Danish missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans in the East Indies, concerning the truth of the Christian religion: together with some letters written by the heathens to the said missionaries.

Translated out. Thirty Four Conferences Between the Danish Missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans (or Heathen Priests) In the East Indies, Concerning the Truth of by the Heathens to the Said Missionaries. Thirty four conferences between the Danish missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans: (or Heathen Priests) in the East Indies, concerning the truth of the Christian religion: together with some letters written by the heathens to the said missionaries.

Translated out of High Dutch by Mr. Philipps. Philipps, J.T., Thirty Four Conferences between the Danish Missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans (or Heathen Priests) in the East Indies, Concerning the Truth of the Christian Religion: Together with some Letters written by the Heathens to the said missionaries (London, ).

Two years later, Philipps printed his Thirty Four Conferences Between the Danish Missionaries and the Malabarian Brahmans (Or Heathen Priests) in the East Indies. It contains Philipps’ own version of Ziegenbalg’s extensive protocol on his conversations with few Tamil scholars in and around Tranquebar.

Thirty four conferences between the Danish missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans (or heathen priests): in the East Indies, concerning the truth of the Christian religion: together with some letters written by the heathens to the said missionaries.

Translated out of High Dutch by Mr. Philipps. 4to. xvi,(1) and 34 engraved plates: pp. (iv),(1) and 11 engraved plates and two folding tables. Some browning along outer edges and partly with some minor staining.

Thirty-four Conferences Between Danish Missionaries and the Malabarian Brahmans, London, SPCK,records the frank exchanges and also letters arising from the Tranquebar Lutheran Mission, which prefigure much later debate.

Thirty four conferences between the Danish missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans tr. Philips, Ambrose Poems a () The distrest mother; a tragedy The life of John Williams, Lord Keeper of the Great Seal Pastorals () Philips, John Poems a (, ).

Thirty Four Conferences Between the Danish Missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans (or Heathen Priests) in the East Indies, Concerning the Truth of the Christian Religion: Together with Some Letters Written by the Heathens to the Said Missionaries.

Jenkin Thomas Philipps, H. Clements, W. Fleetwood, and J. Stephens, B. Ziegenbalg, Thirty four conferences between the Danish missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans (or heathen priests) in the East Indies, concerning the truth of the Christian religion: together with some letters written by the heathens to the said missionaries (), posted on Internet Archive.

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Phillips. London, H. Clemens, Bartholomaeus Ziegenbalg () ಬರೆದ Thirty Four Conferences between the Danish Missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans (or Heathen Priests) in the East Indies, Concerning the Truth of the Christian Religion: Together with Some Letters Written by the Heathens to the Said Missionaries (ಅನು.

Thomas Philipps, London: H. Clements) ಪುಸ್ತಕ ಇಲ್ಲಿ. 2 Thirty-Four Conferences Between the Danish Missionaries and Malabarian Brahmans (or Heathen Priests) in the East Indies, London, The Brahmanas referred to were really from Tamil Nadu.

But Christian missionaries in that period were too full of Malabar to make the distinction. 3 P. Thomas, op. cit., pp. Der konigl.

Dänischen Missionarien aus Ost-Indien eingesandte ausführliche Berichte I–11, Halle Thirty four conferences between the Danish missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans in the East Indies, London M. Veyssiére de Lacroze: Histoire du christianisme des Indes, Haag J.

Thirty four conferences between the Danish missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans (or heathen priests) in the East Indies, concerning the truth of the Christian religion: together with some letters written by the heathens to the said missionaries von Bartholomaeus Ziegenbalg, Heinrich Pluetscho, J T.

Philipps - Englische Bücher zum Genre Geschichte günstig & portofrei bestellen im. -The oldest book printed in Malayalam is theSymbolum Apostolicum in Lingua Malabarica () which with other Christian publications then “began a modern era for Malayalam literature”.-Thirty-four Conferences Between Danish Missionaries and the Malabarian Brahmans, London, SPCK,records the frank exchanges and also.

the. Thirty Four Conferences between the Danish Missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans (). In he finished his Genealogia del' Malabarischen GaUer, under review here in Daniel Jeyaraj's fine new edition and translation as the Genealogy of the South Indian Deities (first published in.

Ziegenbalg, Bartholomeus (): Thirty Four Conferences between the Danish Missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans in the East Indies, Concerning the Truth of the Christian Religion, Trans by Philipps, London. 4 Thirty Four Conferences between the Danish Missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans (or Heathen Priests) in the East Indies.

() () The following is an excerpt from the section, "To the Reader," from Propagation of the Gospel in the East, Being an Account of the Success of the Danish Missionaries, Sent to the East Indies () by. Bartholomäus Ziegenbalg (10 July – 23 February ) was a member of the Lutheran clergy and the first Pietist missionary to India.

Early life. Ziegenbalg was born in Pulsnitz, Saxony on 10 July to poor but devout Christian parents - Bartholomäus Ziegenbalg Sr.(), a grain merchant and Maria née Brückner (). Through his father he was related to the sculptor.

Thirty-Four Conferences between the Danish Missionaries and Malabrian Bramans (or Heathen Priests Ziegenbalg, B. and J. Grundler. Translated by J. Thoma. Early life. Ziegenbalg was born in Pulsnitz, Saxony, on 9 July to poor but devout Christian parents: Bartholomäus Ziegenbalg Sr.

(–), a grain merchant, and Maria née Brückner (–).Through his father he was related to the sculptor Ernst Friedrich August Rietschel, and through his mother's side to the philosopher Johann Gottlieb Fichte. Of course, nonfiction genre is common in literature, films, news and TV-programs. Books found: Thirty Four Conferences Between the Danish Missionaries And the Malabarian Brama.

When Vasco da Gama arrived in India insure enough, a missionary was with him. Later, Jesuit missionaries would become especially influential in India. Francis Xavier was a Jesuit missionary who was chosen to go to India at the behest of the Portuguese king.

He arrived in Author: Jane Mcgrath. With the Treaty of Nanking () China opened four ports to Britain. European and American missions responded immediately to the new freedom for missionary enterprise.

By there were already thirty different Protestant groups at work in China. Review for end of year MSL Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free. The first Protestant missionaries who stayed in India for a longer period than the Dutch were the Lutheran missionaries of the Royal Danish-Halle Mission, also known as the Tranquebar Mission.

They established churches, schools, orphanages, a printing press, a paper mill, a mission library and an internationally cooperating network. In he translated from the German ‘An Account of the Religions, Manners, and Learning of the People of Malabar, in several Letters, written by some of the most learned Men of that Country to the Danish Missionaries,’ London, 12mo, which was followed by ‘Thirty-four Conferences between the Danish Missionaries and the Malabarian Bramans.

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