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Opening China : Karl F. A. Gützlaff and Sino-Western relations, 1827-1852
AuthorLutz, Jessie Gregory, 1925-
Pub. LocationGrand Rapids, MIPublisherWilliam B. Eerdmans
Date2008Phys. Desc.xix, 364 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
LocationHallway CasesCall NumberBV3427.G8 L88 2008
Opening China : Karl F. A. Gützlaff and Sino-Western relations, 1827-1852 / Jessie Gregory Lutz.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 333-358) and index.

The changing context of Sino-Western relations and Protestant missions, 1807-1851 -- Youth in a turbulent Germany and an expanding West -- Independent missionary -- The multiple roles of nineteenth-century missionaries -- The West learns about China : Karl Gützlaff's Western-language writings -- Translating Christianity for China -- New horizons -- Karl Gützlaff and the Chinese Union -- Karl Gützlaff, Chinese Christians, and the Chinese heterodox communities -- Karl Gützlaff : "parson and pirate, charlatan and genius"?

Subject(s)Gützlaff, Karl Friedrich August 郭實臘, 1803-1851
Missionaries--China--19th century--Biography
Missionaries, German--Biography
Protestant missions--China--19th century
SeriesStudies in the history of Christian missions
Rec. TypeBookLanguageEnglish
CollectionRicci Institute LibraryRec. #11835
ISBN9780802831804 ; 080283180XLCCN2007042551OCLC177059769