Pilgrimage of Faith, Adoniram Judson

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Published on April 7, 2012

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Pilgrimage of faith an American Baptist timeline of people, places, and events: Pilgrimage of faith an A merican B aptist timeline of people, places, and events Adoniram Judson A Snapshot Series of Important People in American Baptist History Adoniram Judson (1788-1850): How It All Begin Judson was the first foreign missionary Commissioned in the United States (by a Congregationalist/Presbyterian board). Upon his arrival in India in 1812, he and his spouse became convinced of Baptist principles and so became the catalyst for Baptist missionary organization in America. Adoniram Judson (1788-1850) Adoniram Judson (1788-1850): Continual Work In 1813 the Judsons moved to Burma, where they introduced a translation of the Bible and several major Burmese-English language books, as well as winning many to Christ. While he only returned to the States once before his death at sea in 1850, his letters and Journal shaped early ideas of overseas missionary endeavor. Adoniram Judson (1788-1850) References: Content courtesy of the American Baptist Historical Society. " Adoniram Judson ( 1788-1850)." Pilgrimage of Faith: An American Baptist Timeline of People, Places and Events . Check out http://www.abhsarchives.org / for more information. References

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