Hannah Nation is a student of church history at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and is finishing a thesis on the literary themes used in memoirs of the first generation of American missionary wives. Hannah has worked in international campus ministry and plans to pursue doctoral studies in women’s history. This article won the student paper competition at CBE’s 2016 conference in Johannesburg, South Africa.
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Academic Article | Priscilla Papers | Academic Journal | October 31, 2016
“Favored as We Are”: Early Protestant Missions, Cultural Imperialism, and the Liberating Power of the Bible