2 edition of Temple Gairdner of Cairo. found in the catalog.
Temple Gairdner of Cairo.
C. E. Padwick
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|Pagination||xvi, 330 p. port.|
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To His Friends: Some Letters and Informal Writings of Canon W. Temple Gairdner of Cairo, Gairdner, William Henry Temple () Published by London: Society For Promoting Christian Knowledge (). Temple Gairdner of Cairo book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
Biography of W.H.T. Gairdner, Anglican missionary in Egypt in the 1/5(1). TEMPLE GAIRDNER OF CAIRO Currently unavailable. The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more.
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William Henry Temple, or simply Temple, Gairdner () served for almost three decades in Cairo, Egypt (Tucker, ). Gairdner’s role as a missionary to Muslims was aided by his ability to learn very quickly, including learning Arabic “well enough to become involved in teaching in less than a year” (Tucker, ).
Canon W.H. Temple Gairdner of Cairo’s Letters to His Friends Septem Septem by Rob William Henry Temple Gairdner (J – ) was a British Christian missionary with the Church Missionary Society in Cairo, Egypt. W.H.T.G. to His Friends. Some letters and informal writings of Canon Gairdner of Cairo London: SPCK, Hbk.
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Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. The Phonetics of Arabic, Etc. William Henry Temple GAIRDNER. - pages. 0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review. Constance Evelyn Padwick (2 July – ) was an English missionary.
She was known as one of the leading British women missionaries and one of the first women missiologists of the twentieth century: she also worked with Church Mission Society for several years.
She lived and worked in Cairo, Egypt and traveled to many different places from Fez to Lahore. In McInnes’ colleague in Cairo, William Temple Gairdner, had produced a little book, The reproach of Islam, designed to convince Christian students in British and American universities of the need for evangelism to the Muslim world.
Yet Gairdner was already developing a more sober realism, a less assertive style, a humbler approach Cited by: 2. Temple Gairdner of Cairo. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, _____. With Him in His Temptations. London: Sheldon Press, Trotter, I.
Lilias, and Constance Evelyn Padwick. The Master of the Impossible: Sayings, for the Most Part in Parable, from the Letters and Journals of Lilias Trotter of Algiers.
London: Society for. Gairdner, W. (William Henry Temple), A text-book of Arabic syntax / (Cairo: American University at Cairo, ), also by Atallah Athanasius (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) See also what's at your library, or elsewhere.
Help with reading books-- Report a bad link-- Suggest a new listing. Under the Rev Adeney, the CMS appointed the Rev Douglas Thornton in and in the Rev Temple Gairdner to work among the people in Cairo.
Both men had first to set about learning Arabic. Thornton took over the book shop previously run by Adeney and opened it up with a meeting room for discussions. Constance Padwick began working with Temple Gairdner in Cairo inand after his death she wrote a biorgaphy of him, having previously written a biography of Henry Martyn.
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( - ), The Rebuke of Islam, (Rewritten and Revised 5th Edition of The Reproach of Islam) United Council for Missionary Education, London, England,pp. Gairdner’s was truly a translation of Paul’s apostolic affirmation: “To me to live is Christ” — for Egypt William Temple Gairdner died in May and was buried in the Old Cairo Christian Cemetery, near to where the Church of Jesus the Light of the World was erected as his memorial.
He had just celebrated his silver wedding. William Henry Temple Gairdner (–97) – missionary in Cairo and amongst Muslims, apologist – Edit Hewlett Johnson (–) - The "Red Dean" of CanterburyLocation: 54 Banbury Road, Oxford.About the Author Constance E.
Padwick studied Arabic and Arab folklore at the University of London. She spent her life working for the Church Missionary Society, principally in Cairo. Her other notable works were her biographies of Henry Martyn and Temple Gairdner.
Temple Gairdner was a prolific writer, an erudite scholar, and a committed missionary to the people of Egypt. The following is Temple Gairdner's thoughtful account of visiting The Cave of the Winds at Niagara Falls.
He reflects on climbing into a dangerous cave, where winds can reach up to 68 mph. According to Wikipedia, guided.