William Carey: Did You Know? Little-known or remarkable facts about William Carey Dr. R.E. Hedland is missionary lecturer for the Conservative Baptist Fellowship Mission Society in Mylapore, India. He is the author of The Mission of the Church in the World (Baker, 1991).
The Rest of the Serampore Trio Carey saw little success until he was joined by this team Vinita Hampton Wright, a regular contributor to CHRISTIAN HISTORY, is co-editor of World Shapers: A Treasury of Quotes from Great Missionaries (Harold Shaw, 1991).
Why Did the 1800s Explode with Missions? by PAUL E. PIERSON Dr. Paul E. Pierson is dean emeritus and professor of history of mission in the School of World Mission, Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California.
Dorothy's Devastating Delusions A psychologist examines the mental illness that afflicted William Carey's first wife Dr. James R. Beck is associate professor of counseling at Denver Seminary and author of Dorothy Carey: The Tragic and Untold Story of Mrs. William Carey (Baker, 1992).
Ministry in the Killing Fields Infanticide, widow burning, assisted suicide—Carey and other missionaries battled these accepted religious practices Evangeline Anderson-Rajkumar is lecturer in theology and ethics at Serampore College, the institution founded by William Carey, in West Bengal, India.
The Lasting Contributions of a Wretched Worm Was Carey right when he said, "I have done little for God"? Dr. Timothy George is the founding dean of Beeson Divinity School at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama. He is a member of CHRISTIAN HISTORY's advisory board and author of Faithful Witness: The Life and Mission of William Carey (New Hope, 1991).