Adoniram


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Adoniram

(ăd'ənī`rəm), in the Bible, tax overseer. It also appears as Adoram and Hadoram.
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They were mostly of the generation who personally remembered Adoniram Judson, Alexander Duff, Robert Moffatt, and David Livingstone.
Mobley provide insight into the lives and work of the following Baptist translators, Adoniram and Ann Judson, Edgar Johnson Goodspeed, and Helen Barrett Montgomery.
Adoniram and Ann Judson, now revered as Baptist saints, began their missionary careers as Congregationalists sent with the first group of American Board missionaries in 1812.
18) Baptist missionary/translators made significant contributions to translations in Burma (Ann and Adoniram Judson, Nathan Brown), China (Robert Morrison, Josiah Goddard, William Dean), Japan (Jonathan Goble), and Southeast Asia (Josiah and Ellen Cushing, John Williams).
Adoniram Judson, missionary to Burma, finished one still-revered translation of the complete Bible in 1835.
Adoniram Judson, who spent his life sharing the gospel in Burma, understood this truth.
Henry Adoniram Swift in 163 held the dual roles before a flurry of constitutional amendments barred the practice and rendered Marr obsolete.
It was marked by a celebration of Judson's historic beginning as well as a contemplative look at missional work that happened even before our namesake Adoniram Judson's ministry to Burma.
52) Adoniram Judson's second wife, Sarah Hall Boardman Judson, however, experienced "strong and peculiar desires" for her son, who returned to the United States for his education, to "become a truly conscientious, prayerful, devoted Christian.
17) In Burma, the main early entrepreneur in this mould was the American Baptist, Adoniram Judson (1788-1850).
Much attention was rightly paid to Adoniram Judson, the most famous member of the original band of missionaries.