India's Problem, Krishna or Christ
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India's Problem, Krishna or Christ

By John P. (John Peter) Jones
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Table of Contents
  • Contents
  • Dedication.
  • Preface.
  • Chapter I.
  • The Land And The People.
    • 1. The Physical Features of That Land.
    • 2. The People.
    • 3. Economic Conditions.
    • 4. Social Life.
      • (a) The Family.
      • (b) Society.
    • 5. The Educational System.
    • 6. The Political Situation.
    • 7. The Government of India.
    • 8. The Mission of Great Britain in India.
  • Chapter II.
  • The Religions Of India.
    • (a) Judaism.
    • (b) Mohammedanism.
    • (c) Parseeism.
    • (d) Buddhism.
    • (e) Jainism.
    • (f) Sikhism.
    • (g) Hinduism.
      • (a) Incarnation.
      • (b) Vicarious Atonement.
      • (c) Spirituality.
      • (d) Eschatology.
      • (e) The Doctrine of Faith.
  • Chapter III.
  • Hinduism And Christianity Contrasted.
    • 1. In their Initial Conceptions.
    • 2. Their Ultimate Aim or Goal.
    • 3. The Agency and Means Recognized and Appealed to by those Faiths Respectively.
    • 4. The Processes of These Two Religions.
    • 5. The Ideals of the Two Faiths.
    • 6. The Credentials of the Two Faiths.
    • 7. Other Distinguishing Traits.
    • Conclusion.
  • Chapter IV.
  • The Products Of The Two Faiths In India. The Hindu And The Native Christian—A Study.
    • 1. And First, The Hindu.
    • 2. Let us Now Study The Native Christian.
  • Chapter V.
  • The Women Of India.
  • Chapter VI.
  • The History Of Christian Effort In India.
  • Chapter VII.
  • The Missionary.
    • 1. Physical Fitness.
    • 2. His Methods of Life.
    • 3. The Intellectual Ability and Educational Training of the Missionary.
    • 4. Spiritual Qualifications.
    • 5. The Missionary's Attitude Towards the Non-Christian World.
    • 6. The Relationship Which the Missionary Sustains to the Missionary Society and the Churches Which Support Him.
    • 7. The Missionary and the Mission To Which He Belongs.
    • 8. The Relation of the Missionary to the People Among Whom He Lives.
  • Chapter VIII.
  • Missionary Organization.
    • (a) The Evangelistic Department.
    • (b) Pastoral Work.
    • (c) The Educational Department.
      • Schools for Non-Christians.
      • Schools for Christian Children.
      • Training Institutions for Mission Agents.
    • (d) Literary Work.
    • (e) Medical Work.
    • (f) Work for Women.
    • (g) Work for the Young.
    • (h) Organizations for the Special Activities of the Native Christian Community.
  • Chapter IX.
  • Present Day Missionary Problems.
  • Chapter X.
  • Missionary Results.
  • Chapter XI.
  • Missionary Results—(Continued)
  • Index.
  • Footnotes
  • Credits
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