Saturday, November 2, 2013

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Hudson Taylor arrived in China in 1854 and spent 51 years preaching and teaching the gospel message and immersing himself in Chinese culture. This collection from China’s greatest missionary creates a portrait of Hudson’s life and work by gathering together his devotional and autobiographical works, as well as biographies from his family and fellow laborers.

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Hudson Taylor Collection (11 vols.)Hudson Taylor Collection (11 vols.)
by 4 authors
4 publishers 1884–1918
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Overview

Hudson Taylor gave his life up to be a footnote in God’s story of worldwide redemption. He first arrived in China in the spring of 1854 and founded the China Inland Mission in 1865. In total Taylor spent 51 years preaching and teaching in China. In contrast to other missionary’s of the time who also brought a gospel of Western culture, Taylor immersed himself in Chinese culture. He wore Chinese clothes, ate Chinese food, and wrote and spoke in several Chinese dialects. Now, 150 years later, thanks in no small part to one willing middle-class Englishman, there are as many evangelical Christians in China as there are in America.

The Hudson Taylor Collection creates a portrait of the life and work of the great missionary by gathering together his devotional and autobiographical works, as well as biographies of Hudson Taylor and the China Inland Mission from his family and fellow laborers. Among these works are Hudson Taylor’s reflections on Scripture: Union and Communion, Separation and Service, and A Ribband of Blue, as well as the classic biographical works of Taylor’s son and daughter-in-law, Howard and Geraldine Taylor.

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Key Features
  • Devotional and autobiographical works of Hudson Taylor
  • Classic biographical work of Hudson Taylor and the China Inland Mission from his son and daughter-in-law
  • Story of China’s greatest missionary
Praise for Hudson Taylor
More than any other human being, James Hudson Taylor . . . made the greatest contribution to the cause of world mission in the nineteenth century.
—Ralph D. Winter, founder, U. S. Center for World Mission, William Carey International University, and International Society for Frontier Missiology
He was ambitious without being proud . . . He was biblical without being bigoted . . . He was a follower of Jesus, without being superficial . . . He was charismatic without being selfish.
Arthur F. Glasser, former dean emeritus of the School of Intercultural Studies, Fuller Theological Seminary
Individual Titles
China’s Spiritual Need and Claims
  • Author: Hudson Taylor
  • Publisher: Hutchings and Crowsley
  • Publication Date: 1885
  • Pages: 141
Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
This volume contains Hudson Taylor’s pamphlet, China’s Spiritual Needs and Claims.
China’s Millions
  • Editor: Hudson Taylor
  • Publisher: Morgan and Scott
  • Publication Date: 1886
  • Pages: 166
Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
This volume contains the edited volume on the progress of the China Inland Mission, China’s Millions.
Union and Communion: Thoughts on the Song of Solomon
  • Author: Hudson Taylor
  • Edition: Third edition
  • Publisher: Morgan and Scott
  • Publication Date: 1914
  • Pages: 84
This volume contains Hudson Taylor’s, Union and Communion: Thoughts on the Song of Solomon.
A Retrospect
  • Author: Hudson Taylor
  • Edition: Third edition
  • Publisher: China Inland Mission
  • Publication Date: 1906
  • Pages: 158
This volume contains Hudson Taylor’s account of the beginnings of the China Inland Mission, A Retrospect.
Separation and Service: Thoughts on Numbers 6–7
  • Author: Hudson Taylor
  • Publisher: Morgan and Scott
  • Publication Date: 1898
  • Pages: 28
This volume contains Hudson Taylor’s, Separation and Service: Thoughts on Number 6–7.
A Ribband of Blue
  • Author: Hudson Taylor
  • Publisher: China Inland Mission
  • Publication Date: 1899
  • Pages: 137
This volume contains Hudson Taylor’s meditations on several Bible passages, A Ribband of Blue.
Hudson Taylor in Early Years: The Growth of a Soul
  • Author: Geraldine and Howard Taylor
  • Publisher: Overseas Missionary Fellowship
  • Publication Date: 1918
  • Pages: 511
This volume contains the first part of Dr. and Mrs. Howard Taylor’s classic biography of Hudson Taylor, Hudson Taylor in Early Years: The Growth of a Soul.
Geraldine Taylor was a British missionary to China and author of several biographies of the China Inland Mission. She became member of the China Inland Mission and married Hudson Taylor’s son Howard.
Howard Taylor was a British missionary to China and son of China Inland Mission founder Hudson Taylor. He co-authored several biographies with his wife, Geraldine Taylor.
Hudson Taylor and the China Inland Mission: The Growth of a Work of God
  • Author: Geraldine and Howard Taylor
  • Publisher: Overseas Missionary Fellowship
  • Publication Date: 1918
  • Pages: 640
This volume contains the second part of Dr. and Mrs. Howard Taylor’s classic biography of Hudson Taylor, Hudson Taylor and the China Inland Mission: The Growth of a Work of God.
Geraldine Taylor was a British missionary to China and author of several biographies of the China Inland Mission. She became member of the China Inland Mission and married Hudson Taylor’s son Howard.
Howard Taylor was a British missionary to China and son of China Inland Mission founder Hudson Taylor. He co-authored several biographies with his wife, Geraldine Taylor.
In Memoriam: J. Hudson Taylor
  • Author: China Inland Mission
  • Publisher: China Inland Mission
  • Publication Date: 1905
  • Pages: 103
This volume contains a memorial reflection on the life of Hudson Taylor from the China Inland Mission.
The Story of the China Inland Mission, vol. 1
  • Author: Geraldine Taylor
  • Edition: Third edition
  • Publisher: Morgan Scott
  • Publication Date: 1894
  • Pages: 487
This volume contains the first part of Geraldine Taylor’s, The Story of the China Inland Mission, vol. 1.
Geraldine Taylor was a British missionary to China and author of several biographies of the China Inland Mission. She became member of the China Inland Mission and married Hudson Taylor’s son Howard.
The Story of the China Inland Mission, vol. 2
  • Author: Geraldine Taylor
  • Edition: Third edition
  • Publisher: Morgan Scott
  • Publication Date: 1894
  • Pages: 519
This volume contains the second part of Geraldine Taylor’s, The Story of the China Inland Mission, vol. 2.
Geraldine Taylor was a British missionary to China and author of several biographies of the China Inland Mission. She became member of the China Inland Mission and married Hudson Taylor’s son Howard.
Product Details
  • Title: Hudson Taylor Collection
  • Volumes: 11
  • Pages: 2,871
About Hudson Taylor
Hudson Taylor (1832–1905) was one of the most important missionaries of the nineteenth-century. He studied medicine as a youth and, in 1853, he offered himself as the first missionary of the Chinese Evangelisation Society. He first travelled to China at the age of 21. He was poorly received by the people he preached to in Shanghai, until he decided to adopt native Chinese clothes and the queue hairstyle. In 1857 he cut ties with the Chinese Evangelisation Society and began working independently. He married Maria Jane Dyer, a fellow missionary, in 1858. In 1860, Taylor and his family returned in England where he regrouped and, in 1865, founded the non-denominational China Inland Mission. In 1866, Taylor returned to the field with the largest missionary party ever sent to China, emphasizing immersion in Chinese culture. After more than 50 years of service in China, in 1905, Hudson Taylor died at his home in the Hunan province of China.
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