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Little-known or remarkable facts about William Carey
No matter how great the obstacles, William Carey expected great things and attempted great things.
How a lukewarm Anglican became a fiery Baptist
Carey saw little success until he was joined by this team
They boldly went where no Christian had gone before
Key people in his life
Carey and his team set forth principles that still guide us today
Infanticide, widow burning, assisted suicide—Carey and other missionaries battled these accepted religious practices
Was Carey right when he said, "I have done little for God"?
The model missionary did not have a model home
Father of modern Protestant missions
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September 24, 787: The Second Council of Nicea begins under Pope Hadrian I. The council condemned iconoclasm. The Roman Catholic Church considers this as the seventh of the 21 ecumenical councils; the Eastern Orthodox churches consider this the last of the ecumenical councils (see issue 54: Eastern Orthodoxy).

September 24, 1757: Jonathan Edwards, perhaps America's most brilliant theologian and a father of American revivalism, becomes president of the College of New Jersey (later Princeton). He served ...

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