The Birth of Modern Protestant Missions

Here's an excerpt from The Birth of Modern Protestant Missions, Michael A.G. Haykin's contribution to the July issue of Tabletalk:

“Such a man as Carey is more to me than bishop or archbishop: he is an apostle.” This was the estimate that the evangelical Anglican John Newton once expressed about the Baptist missionary William Carey at the close of the eighteenth century. A blog post as recent as this year has a similar take on Carey: there he is described as “the man whom God used almost single-handedly to bring the Great Commission back to the forefront of the church’s thinking.”

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