Foundations for Mission and the Study of World Christianity

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Abstract

In this Forum Paper, Henry Martyn Lecturer Graham Kings reflects on three aspects of the legacy of nineteenth century Indian missionary Henry Martyn. The first aspect is that of Martyn as linguist and translator, the second is that of Martyn as a model and inspirer of missionaries, and the third aspect is the legacy of scholarship that Martyn's memory has inspired. Kings focuses particularly on the promise of the newly-relocated Henry Martyn Library at Westminster College, Cambridge.

Foundations for Mission and the Study of World Christianity

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