2 edition of Missionary to the New Hebrides found in the catalog.
Missionary to the New Hebrides
John Gibson Paton
|Statement||edited by his brother the Rev. James Paton.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||170|
Get this from a library! James Noble Mackenzie, missionary to the New Hebrides and Korea. [E Mackerchar; Mission to Lepers.]. john g. paton, missionary to the new hebripes. edited by his brother. with a portrait and map, sixth edition, cojiipleting fourteel'~~f'imu':!all/jo ;jonhott: hodder and stoughton, 27, paternoster row. mdcccxc.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for In the New Hebrides: Reminiscences of Missionary Life and Work, Especially on th at the best online prices at . John G. Paton and his wife determined to labor in the New Hebrides islands to finish the work that John Williams had so nobly begun. By God’s grace, their effort was grandly successful. The islands of the New Hebrides, now called Vanuatu, fulfilled the glorious promises of Ps and the tongues of former cannibals and their descendants.
From until he laboured as a missionary among the New Hebrides Islands. At present he is missionary priest of the diocese of Auckland. In portions of the. Book of Common Prayer were published in this dialect by the Melanesian Mission Press, pages, translated by the Rev. Percy Temple Williams, of the Melanesian Mission. Open as PDF John Gibson Paton (), missionary to the New Hebrides, born on 24 May at Braehead, Kirkmahoe, Dumfriesshire [Scotland], was eldest of the eleven children (five sons and six daughters) of James Paton, a peasant stocking-maker, by his wife Janet Jardine Rogerson.
Irelands Abbey Theatre
The Ophthalmic record
Underground storage tank requirements & cleanup in Rhode Island
Studies in Judaism.
Practical carbohydrate counting
Printing and binding for Court of Claims. Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a copy of a communication from the Clerk of the Court of Claims submitting an estimate of appropriation for printing and binding for the court.
Captain Bayleys heir
Uncle Toms cabin, or, Life among the lowly
Calvinus Sincerioris Religionis Vindex: Calvin As Protector of the Purer Religion
1997 Annual Book of Astm Standards
This book John Paton --missionary to the New Hebrides (now is called vanuatu) is a detailed account of this awesome man who served that island (and a few others) in the latewas subjected to terrific problems with the bloodthirsty natives and on many occasions was face to Cited by: 5.
This true story is primarily an account of John Gibson Patons time as a Scottish missionary among the cannibalistic natives of the New Hebrides (modern day Vanuatu) in the middle of the s. Once John Paton arrives in the New Hebrides (islands located in the South Pacific), it reads like an adventure story with many hardships and brushes with /5.
Born in Dumfrieshire, trained at Medical school and spent 10 years as city missionary in Glasgow and had felt compelled by God to be a missionary in the South sea Islands.
This is the account of John G. Paton's pioneering mission work among cannibals in the New Hebrides (now Vanuatu)/5(8). When he was 73 years old and travelling around the world trumpeting the cause of missions in the South Seas, he was still ministering to his beloved Aniwan people and “published the New Testament in the Aniwan Language” in (Ralph Bell, John G.
Paton: Missionary to the New Hebrides (Butler, IN: The Highley Press, ), p. Even. John Gibson Paton (), missionary to the New Hebrides, born on Missionary to the New Hebrides book May at Braehead, Kirkmahoe, Dumfriesshire [Scotland], was eldest of the eleven children (five sons and six daughters) of James Paton, a peasant stocking-maker, by his wife Janet Jardine Rogerson.
John G. Paton, Missionary to the New Hebrides: An Autobiography (History of Vanuatu) (Paperback or Softback) by Paton, John G. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at John G.
Paton, missionary to the New Hebrides Vol.1 book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The review from reviewerJoh 5/5. The book owed much to the literary skill of his brother, Rev. James Paton, D. (who died in Glasgow Decem ), and appeared in three parts, John G.
Paperback or Softback. Condition: New. John G. Paton, Missionary to the New Hebrides: An Autobiography (History of Vanuatu). Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller 8. Born in Dumfrieshire, trained at Medical school and spent 10 years as city missionary in Glasgow and had felt compelled by God to be a missionary in the South sea Islands.
This is the account of John G. Paton's pioneering mission work among cannibals in the New Hebrides (now Vanuatu).5/5(4). The Reverend John G. Paton, pioneer missionary in the New Hebrides Islands, told a thrilling story involving the protective care of angels. Hostile natives surrounded his.
John Geddie (10 April – 14 December ) was a Scots-Canadian missionary who was known as "the father of Presbyterian missions in the South Seas." He pioneered missionary work in the New Hebrides islands, now known as Vanuatu.
He became Doctor of Divinity in On Decem he died in Geelong, : 10 AprilBanff, Scotland. John G. Paton is the moving and gripping account of the life of the great pioneer missionary.
His heart was burdened for the New Hebrides people. : John G. Paton. The story of this remarkable man and his even more remarkable labor for the Lord has been preserved for us in his own words in his autobiography, John.
Patton: Missionary to the New Hebrides. First published ina more recent and updated edition was produced in by Banner of Truth publishers and is easily available through the. John G. Paton () was a Scottish Christian missionary for 49 years to the former cannibals in the South Sea Islands.
He was alone on an island for four years with the hostile natives and his life hung in the delicate balance of constant danger. However, John trusted that he was immortal until God saw fit for his work to be done. Today, the impact of his life and dedication to faith in. John G. Paton, Missionary to the New Hebrides, Volumes John Gibson Paton.
Fleming H. Revell Company, - Missionaries. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. I read this book a few years ago. It is: John G. Paton: Missionary to the New Hebrides by John G. Paton. Banner of Truth, Consider purchasing from Banner of Truth.
(I possess the reprint with a different cover. Current cover to the left.) John Paton was the famous ’s missionary to the cannibals of the South Seas islands.
Preview this book» What people are John G. Paton, Missionary to the New Hebrides: An Autobiography, Part 1 John Gibson Paton Full view - John G. Paton: Missionary to the New Hebrides - Volume 2 John G. Paton No preview available - View all» 5/5(2). Get this from a library. Peter Milne (): missionary to Nguna, New Hebrides, tofrom the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand.
[Alexander Don; Presbyterian Church of New Zealand. Foreign Missions Committee.]. Born in Dumfrieshire, trained at Medical school and spent 10 years as city missionary in Glasgow and had felt compelled by God to be a missionary in the South sea Islands. This is the account of John G. Paton's pioneering mission work among cannibals in the New Hebrides (now Vanuatu).
This is an amazing, fascinating book. It tells the story of John G. Paton, the missionary who told the church board members who were trying to discourage him from going to the New Hebrides because the; " cannibals were going to eat him", that he can only die once and it makes no difference to him if the worms eat him or the cannibals/5(34).John Paton was a missionary in the New Hebrides Islands.
One night hostile natives surrounded the mission station, intent on burning out the Patons and killing them.
Paton and his wife prayed during that terror-filled night that God would deliver them. When daylight .Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for John G Paton, Missionary to the New Hebrides by John G.
Paton (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at .