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Noëmi Rui

transmigrants to start a new life. The idea of bottom-up approaches to development was also implicitly compromised as the transmigration scheme was also fully under the control of the government regarding time and place of the resettlement. 76 Motivators in the Field In Eteng Village in North Central Sulawesi

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Michelle Zaleski

he closes his grammar, Henriques puts his grammar into the hands of God rather than his own. Henriques’s grammar was not an intellectual exercise but was motivated by good will. The grammar was not just a form, but a living tool with the sole purpose of enabling more people to hear the Word of God

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Chee-Beng Tan

, merchants, artisans, and all walks of life to perform village festivals” (Saso 1990, vii). This perspective is closer to our understanding of the Taoist component in the religious life of those who follow the Chinese Religion. While there is a move to call Chinese Religion daojiao , the institutional

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Heejeong Sohn

, however, it is possible to gain some insight into their priorities and hopes in life. Choi also points out that missionary photography can provide a unique window through which to apply the lens of gender to the analysis of modern Korean women’s bodies. Through their interactions with Western Christian

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Anthony E. Clark

Young Christian Workers Movement, or “Jeunesse Ouvrière Chrétienne,” which was founded by a Belgian priest named Joseph Cardijn (1906–1965). 18 Father Cardijn’s Movement was established in 1925 to mobilize young Catholics to a more upright life of ethical work, and to re-Christianize the world

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Steven Pieragastini

Protestant Missions and Relations with Catholics As a subset of the stream of European intellectual life, European Protestants were aware of the early modern Jesuit missions to Asia. However, Protestant missionaries first encountered China on very different terms from their Catholic predecessors. Despite

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Rachel M. McCleary and Robert J. Barro

of Christ on earth. The second theological type of holiness mission during the first wave was Wesleyan, professing belief in the two-fold act of grace necessary for a complete Christian life. 2 Nickels John Holmes’s Tabernacle Pentecostal Church, Greenville, South Carolina (1901) and the Friends

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Melanie Barbato

Identity is not static and the same holds true for religious identity. Living religion has to be open to change in order to remain relevant to people’s experiences. Today the interplay between persistence and change poses a challenge to every religious community. Religion has to make sense within a

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Anne B. McGinness

enterprise. However, even though Morães spent the next nine years in the Dutch Republic, he would not remain a Dutch supporter for the rest of his life. In 1643, he abandoned the Reformed religion and his family in the Dutch Republic to return to his Catholic faith and to Brazil. Two years later, he severed

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Lee-Ellen Strawn

of women in public church meetings. By living out their faith through their work in society, the Christian New Women ( kidokkyo sin yŏsŏng ) of the 1920s and 1930s, a subgroup of the New Women ( sin yŏsŏng ), inherited the Bible Woman’s legacy. If Bible Women were the grassroots pioneers in the