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The world of the early twentieth century was dominated by nationalism and propaganda--an ''us versus them'' mentality. If Your Enemy Hungers, Feed Him tells the story of how the gospel redirected a generation of Christians away from violence so that they could see the people of Japan in a new way.<PFollowing the aftermath of World War II, brave women and men made the courageous decision to leave behind a comfortable life in the United States and embark on a new adventure. They faced incredible challenges of all shapes and sizes, especially as they encouraged fellow Christians to support their missionary efforts among their former national enemies.


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If Your Enemy Hungers, Feed Him: Church of Christ Missionaries in Japan, 1892-1970 Robert E. Hooper


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Understandably, Fukushima was a bit awestruck as he described the service, which focused on the selection process for deaconsIntroducing farming techniques, government, Christian ethics, and freedom from oppressive socitiesMatthews, EdI was tested my limitFor example, between 1916 and 1920, Don Carlos Janes, one of the most successful missionary treasurers and promoters in Churches of Christ, raised and forwarded over $25,000 to missionaries all over the world, no small sum at the time.(68)To foster that growth, Christians must address their faith in Eastern terms, said Bob Waldron, executive director of Missions Resource Network, a Dallas-based ministry that assists church-planting efforts16:1,2), and went to Rome doing church work, and with the men they went about preaching the word.(70)(74) Thomas HIt could have happened

By 1906, the United States Census Bureau officially recognized the schism that had been forming in the Stone-Campbell Movement in the late nineteenth-century between what would become known as Churches of Christ and Disciples of Christ (Christian Churches).(3) While the inclusion of musical instruments in worship was the celebrity cause of the split, the missionary society controversy and differing hermeneutical interpretations of scripture that undergirded this debate were at the center of the schism.(4) At the beginning of the twentieth century, then, many referred to Churches of Christ as anti-missionary because they were one of the few Christian denominations in North American Protestantism that did not pursue a missionary enterprise through the means of a missionary societySecond, during his time at the College of the Bible, McCaleb came under the direct influence of one of the most important early figures in Churches of Christ, James AThe family is decidedly international &mdash; Yoshiaki&rsquo;s oldest son is just returning with his family from a long-term job in New JerseyHis mother married JFor more information see MThough McCaleb held strong convictions that churches ought to select, send, and support missionaries themselves rather than para-church organizations, he still believed that missionaries and churches could utilize missionary treasures to help coordinate support.(66) According to McCaleb, a missionary treasure was any brother who would volunteer his services to collect funds for a particular missionary from various individuals and different churches and forward them to that missionary without any cost or charge.(67) Indeed, this system of forwarding funds through missionary treasures was quite successful in Churches of Christ and had been operating since the early 1900sLeaders such as James A(63) Citing Acts 18:1-13 and 20:33-35But their presence has led to increased curiosity about churches of ChristWhen the ship docked at Yokohama, the new friends went in different directions: the Rhodes went north to Omiya; Ryohachi went to Tokyo where he immediately sought out J.M

Harding not only stood firmly in the emerging Tennessee tradition of Churches of Christ, but he also was one of its major shapers.(26) He was apolitical and a pacifist, believing that the in-breaking Kingdom of God was opposed to all human and governmental authority and had as its purpose the destruction of all such earthly powers.(27) Like Anderson, McCaleb, and others Harding held strongly to the restoration plea of Alexander Campbell, seeking to restore the primitive New Testament Church while rejecting the use of musical instruments in worship and missionary societies as divisive innovations of Gods plan for the life and practice of the church.(28)(51) These statistics appear in Appendix F of Elkins, Church-Sponsored Missions, 98-99Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines were burned or demolished throughout the Omura domain; 60,000 subjects were baptized, by force if necessaryHis sullen response to a Spanish missionarys evangelizing, circa 1610, was, The Japanese dont care whether God exists or not(50) Matthews, McCaleb, 506Such a view of Churches of Christ during this period of time is partially misleading(23) Ibid

(45) Turner, Pioneer to Japan, 33The West was far more pluralistic and free than Japan was at the timeMcCaleb, William JLets finish the work and go home.Missionaries Matt Huddleston, left, and Dwight Albright discuss future dreams for JapanNo wonder Xavier and his Japanese hosts misunderstood each otherBy the 16th century, the crusaders zeal was muted

Secondary Sources(7) Elkins, Church-Sponsored Missions, 6, 99If not, dont bother others with your Bronze Age mumbo jumboHooper DescriptionAbout the Author The world of the early twentieth century was dominated by nationalism and propagandaan us versus them mentalityThey never bring anything worth receiving, especially on the African continent 79c7fb41ad



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