A Church is Born: Church of South India Inauguration

The Character of Protestant Christianity in South India > Harmony

Itinerant evangelists, with the simple faith and the un-faltering courage of the apostles of old, travel from village to village-

Addressing gatherings assembled informally in the village square or before some humble dwelling,

Not neglecting the children, for of such is the Kingdom of God. Having developed this common character for his Christianity, was it strange that the Indian, along with his other strivings for national expression, should peek a church of his own, — a united church for all the peoples of South India?

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