“Protestants Abroad: How Missionaries Tried to Change the World but Changed America” by David A. Hollinger

Wednesday, 01 May 2019

David A. Hollinger begins Protestants Abroad with a startling assertion: “The Protestant foreign missionary project expected to make the world look more like the United States. Instead, it made the United States look more like the world” (1). A reader could well imagine that missionaries went to other parts of the world in hopes of making people into disciples of Christ, no matter whether such an evangelist went out from the United States, Italy, or Scotland. The reason to give up personal ties and domestic comforts in distant lands was, someone might suppose, not nationalistic but doctrinal. That ...

Partners and Subscribers Only

Login to access:

  • This Article
  • All Articles and Issues


Not a partner? Sign-up.

Or, become a magazine subscriber



Email Address
Forgot Password?
Signup for an account now