Days of small things? by William G. Young / Pakistan Christian History Monograph no. 8 /Christian Study Centre Rawalpindi 1991 / Paperback
Days of small things? by William G. Young / Pakistan Christian History Monograph no. 8 /Christian Study Centre Rawalpindi 1991
PUBLISHER: Christian Study Centre
A narrative assesment of the work of the Church of Scotland in the Punjab in "The Age of William Harper, 1873-1885"
The author, William G. Young, was born and educated in Scotland. He graduated M.A. with First Class Honours History in 1940, B.L. in 1956, and Ph.D. in Church History in 1974, all from the University of Glasgow. Ordained a minister of the Church of Scotland in 1947, he served as a missionary in Pakistan from 1947 to 1977. He was Professor of Church History at Gujranwala Theological Seminary for 4 years, and Bishop of Sialkot in the Church of Pakistan for nearly 7 years. After his return to Scotland he served as a Parish Minister in a rural area before retiring in 1985. He now lives just north of Inverness. Dr. Young's particular interest is in the Asian inheritance of the Church, and the Asian contribution to early Christian witness, teaching, suffering, and missionary expansion. He is the author of handbook of source materials for students of Church History up to 650 A.D. (Madras: Christian Literature Society, 1969) and Patriarch, Shah and Caliph (Rawalpindi: Christian Study Centre, 1974).
THE PCH (PAKISTAN CHRISTIAN HISTORY) IS AN ECUMENICAL PROJECT OF THE CHRISTIAN STUDY as CENTRE, RAWALPINDI. IT AIMS OVER A PERIOD OF SOME YEARS TO PUBLISH A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS INTRODUCTING THE HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN PAKISTAN.
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