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John Paton (Men of Faith)

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The remarkable biography of the frontier missionary to the South Pacific in the late 1800s. Challenging his headhunter neighbors, his story recalls Elijah and Moses wrapped up in one. Men of Faith series.

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This review is from: John Paton: Missionary to the Cannibals: His Autobiography (Men of Faith) (Paperback)
Who has ever heard of a someone who, having a highly succesful preaching ministry in a civilized country, leaves it to others and instead goes to work amongst cannibals on a small island in the middle of a great ocean? Yet this was exactly what John Paton did! He not only was aware of the fact that the islanders were in the habit of clubbing people to death, boiling them and then eating them up, but he also knew that before his arrival to the cannibal islands, previous missionaries had attempted the same task but had beed killed and eaten as soon as they reached the islands. Then why did he go? He went because he wanted the gospel of Christ to have progress, to the salvation of sinners and the glory of God.

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