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A Love Affair with India

Book Description
A Love Affair with India was written by Martha E. Chamberlain. A Love Affair with India was published by United Methodist Women.
Book Information
PublisherUnited Methodist Women
BindingPaperback (4 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
Publication Date/1988
The Creators
About Martha E. Chamberlain (Author) : Martha Gunsalus Chamberlain, a former missionary nurse to Zambia and a lover of the Indian people, captures the essence of the persons whose biographies she has writes. A graduate of United Wesleyan ... more
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8/2/2009 Martha Chamberlain said:
A Love Affair with India: The Story of the Wife and Daughter of E. Stanley Jones was written over a four-year incubation while in close touch with the daughter, Eunice Jones Mathews. Urged by many to write her story and that of her mother who spent forty-two years in India, she waited until Providen... more

tags: the book cuts a swath through the cultural notion of "women's work for women." It reveals an insatia, in history and the Indian land and its people. Especially for United Methodists, I recommend this book to Christians everywhere who are interested in mission

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