- a comparative study of the work of S.A. Crowther, E.W. Blyden and W.R.S. Miller in West Africa
The purpose of the study is to compare the attitudes to Islam of Samuel Crowther, Edward Blyden, and Walter Miller in the light of their work in West Africa. Their careers overlapped to some extent. Crowther was active from 1841-1891, Blyden from 1851-1912, Miller from 1897-1952.
Each man was involved in missionary activity. For Crowther and Miller this was life-long. In Blyden's case, the break came in 1886, when he resigned as a Presbyterian minister, to become what he called 'a ...Expand abstract
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- The digital copy of this thesis has been made available thanks to the generosity of Dr Leonard Polonsky
Christian attitudes to Islam
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