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Problems And Progress In The Development Of Girls' Education In India, Rozaline Jean Cleaveland Jan 1952

Problems And Progress In The Development Of Girls' Education In India, Rozaline Jean Cleaveland

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In a country where only 2.53 per cent of the female population is literate, the importance of education for girls cannot be overestimated. India, being freed from British Rule in 1947, is now an independent self-governing nation. In its draft constitution it has accepted the democratic way of life. Democracy postulates an equality of opportunity for every individual to develop his abilities to the fullest extent and to be able to play his proper role in society. Therefore, in Indian today women have equal opportunity with men guaranteed by the constitution; and, in order to exercise this libety with ...


Indiana Migrants: An Open Door For The Church, William Jesse Briggs Jr. Jan 1951

Indiana Migrants: An Open Door For The Church, William Jesse Briggs Jr.

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A study of migrant workers in Indiana and their relationship with various Christian churches and programs throughout the state.


A Critique In The Field Of Certain Problems Involved In Relating Missions To The Church, Martin Bailey Clark Jan 1950

A Critique In The Field Of Certain Problems Involved In Relating Missions To The Church, Martin Bailey Clark

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Since the beginning of the twentieth century missionary leaders have become aware of the national church as the focal point of their difficulties. The church on the mission field is a victory in itself, but with it comes an awareness of problems both new and old. The purpose of this thesis is to discuss and analyze these problems and draw certain conclusions. The procedure will follow this outline: (1) Definition (2) The Problems Involved (3) Origin of the Problems (4) Efforts Toward Resolution of the Problems.


The History Of The Negro Church In Indianapolis, Sarah Parham Zeigler Jan 1943

The History Of The Negro Church In Indianapolis, Sarah Parham Zeigler

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This attempt to collect material concerning the history of the organisation of the Negro church in Indianapolis, and to present it in thesis form, has as its primary purpose the preserving of such information as exists of this nature, assembling it in usable form, and the encouraging of further efforts at keeping church records completely and accurately in the future.