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By Michael Marten

This e-book examines the position of the Scottish church buildings as a part of the British imperial company within the center East. those missions had as their acknowledged goal the conversion of Jews to Protestantism, but additionally tried to ""convert"" different Christians and Muslims. Michael Marten dicusses the missions to Damascus, Aleppo, Tiberias, Safad, Hebron and Jaffa. He describes the 3 major equipment of the missionaries' work--confrontation, schooling and medicine--as good because the ways that those have been communicated to their aiding constituency in Scotland.

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