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|LC Classifications||BV3557.M7 N6 1961|
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|Number of Pages||357|
|LC Control Number||62002432|
View phone numbers, addresses, public records, background check reports and possible arrest records for Robert Moffat. Whitepages people search is the most trusted directory. Learn about the life of Scottish missionary Robert Moffat and his wife with Africa's Brave Heart. The Moffat's were missionaries in Africa before David Livingstone (Livingstone later married their daughter Mary). With a sword, a shovel, a Bible and great courage, Robert used the skills he had learned growing up in a Scottish village to translate the Bible into Tswana and to share God's love Format: Paperback.
Learn about the life of Scottish missionary Robert Moffat and his wife with Africa's Brave Heart. The Moffat's were missionaries in Africa before David Livingstone (Livingstone later married their daughter Mary). With a sword, a shovel, a Bible and great courage, Robert used the skills he had learned growing up in a Scottish village to translate the Bible into Tswana and to share God's love Format: Ebook. This biography includes 7 hours of audio arranged in 30 chapters, each 14 minutes long. ROBERT MOFFAT (Robert: - ) was born in Scotland. He later moved to England, where he was led to Christ by Wesleyan Methodists. He felt a divine call to win the heathen, so he joined the London Missionary Society and went to Cape Town, Africa. He and his wife spent 51 years there.
Life and Labours of Robert Moffat, Missionary in South Africa: With Additional Chapters on Christian Missions in Africa and Throughout the World. William Walters. Walter Scott, - Missionaries - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. missionary labours and scenes in southern africa Series: Unknown Year: Unknown Raiting: 5/ 5 Robert Moffat, Scottish missionary and linguist, arrived in South Africa in under the aegis of the London Missionary Society. He pioneered missionary activity among the Tswana people and became deeply influential in South Africa, helping to open up the 'missionary road' north of the Cape and later /5(11).
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Robert Moffat, (born Dec. 21,Ormiston, East Lothian, Scot.—died Aug. 9,Leigh, Kent, Eng.), Scottish missionary to Africa and Bible translator, who was known for his efforts to improve local living standards in Africa. He was also the father-in-law of the missionary and explorer David Livingstone (–73).
With little training, Moffat was assigned in by the London. In writing this brief sketch of the life of the Rev. Moffat, the author has been much indebted to those who have trodden the path before him; especially to the two well-known works, "Robert and Mary Moffat," by their son John S.
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Works. Robert Moffat () A Bechuana Catechism, with Translations of the Third Chapter of the Gospel by John, The Lord's Prayer and Other Passages of Scripture Robert Moffat () Evangelia kotsa mahuku a molemo a kuariloeng ki Luka (Tswana) Robert Moffat () Lihela tsa tuto le puluko tsa Yesu Kereste (Tswana) Robert Moffat () Lihela tsa tihelo ea Morimo; tse ri kuariloeng mo puong.
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Moffat, Robert () Pioneer missionary and linguist in southern Africa. Moffat grew up in central Scotland, but in he moved to England, where he began to work for James Smith, a pious Scottish merchant in Manchester. Smith’s daughter Mary would later join Moffat in South Africa as his wife.
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Robert Moffat - Scottish Missionary in Africa. Robert Moffat (), missionary was born at Ormiston, East Lothian, [Scotland] on 21 Dec.
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Robert Moffat Biography. Irene Howat’s Robert Moffat: Africa’s Brave Heart (Christian Focus Publications, ) is a wonderful story of the life of Robert Moffat and his wife Mary, written for year certainly was brave, facing dangers and challenges that would dissuade most people right away.
Robert Moffat’s story is inspiring. The Moffats is a children's novel by the American author Eleanor Estes, the first in a series of four books about the Moffat family.
The Moffats tells about four young children and their mother who live in a small town in Connecticut. Their adventures are based on Estes' memories of her childhood and focus on a working-class, single-parent American family during World War IAuthor: Eleanor Estes.Life and Labours of Robert Moffat, D.D., Missionary in South Africa, with additional chapters on Christian missions in Africa and throughout the world.
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