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James I. Good

This book presents a fascinating survey of Reformed missions in 29 chapters. What impresses the reader especially is the worldwide sweep of Reformed misísions, vividly described by the author.

Author's Preface:

In the great work of saving the world, the Reformed Church has had an honorable part and it ought to be inspiration to our German Reformed to learn what has already been done. The name Reformed is larger than any one nation or denomination. By famous missionaries of the Reformed Church we mean missionaries who under the Reformed name have gone forth and preached the gospel to the heathen. For the Reformed, whether Dutch, German, French, Swiss or American, are after all the same. The glory of one is the glory of all. Accordingly this subject is one of great interest to all our people. The Reformed missionaries have made the Reformed name known all over the world.


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Author's Bio Sketch

Author's Bio Sketch

James Isaac Good (1850 - 1924) was an American/German Reformed church pastor and historian, born at York, Pennsylvania. He graduated at Lafayette College in 1872 and at Union Theological Seminary in 1875. For thirty years (1875-1905), he served as a pastor in Pennsylvania. Later, he held a position at Ursinus School of Theology and then at Central Theological Seminary (Dayton, Ohio). He was elected president of the General Synod of the Reformed Church in the United States.