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David Livingstone, a poor Scot toiling in a cotton mill in 1836, was 30 years later the most revered man in the British Empire. “great dangers and trials, encountered in a good cause, by as honest and courageous a man as ever lived.” Charles Dickens “the best possible subject...” “the greatest man of his generation, for Dr. Livingstone stood alone.” Florence Nightingale Livingstone spent himself totally in his calling. In 1874 he was buried in Westminster Abbey among other legends of Britain. In his 32 years in deepest Africa he walked, crawled, climbed, waded, canoed and rode 40,000 miles. He took notes and made maps every inch of the way. He doctored the sick. He opposed the slave trade. He told every African he saw the good news about Jesus Christ. Of all colonial figures he alone remains admired by modern Africa. In 2010 the eight African countries, first proselytized by Livingstone as he explored rivers and trod old native trails, had a population of 170 million. Of the more than 150 million black Africans in that number, a staggering total of more than 100 MILLION are Christians, nearly all Protestant...
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Descripción Wild Centuries Press. Paperback. Condición: Brand New. 130 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.30 inches. In Stock. Nº de ref. del artículo: zk098979055X