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Between God and a Hard Place

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By Michael Corboy

Paperback | English

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Michael Corboy has spent a huge amount of time researching the early missionary period. This is not PapersPast territory. There are few digital aids to the pre-1840 period. Rather than offering generalisations that lack sufficient evidence to be credible historiographically, Corboy has exhaustively researched the correspondence, the diaries and the reports of those early missionaries. The result is an account for the period from 1814 to 1840 that is neither pro-missionary nor anti-missionary. This fills a gap between those extremes. He has carefully examined the arguments of decades of scholars trying to push an edge in favour of or in criticism of the missionaries. This is a most detailed account of the period.
George Connor, formerly Regional Bishop in the Bay of Plenty in the Diocese of Waiapu, and latterly Anglican Bishop of Dunedin (Southland and Otago)

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Additional information

ISBN
9780473596040
Dimensions
165 × 244 mm
Format
Paperback | 482 pages
Language
English
Printed by
The CopyPress
Publication Date
March 2022
Publisher
O'Corrbui
Regional Interest
Bay of Plenty, Northland, Waikato

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