In June 1910 the city of Edinburgh hosted one of the most defining gatherings in the entire history of Christianity. The 1910 World Missionary Conference was a climatic event of the 19th century missionary movement, and facilitated greater unity amongst the various strands of Christian witness.
For an overview of Edinburgh 1910 and a century of subsequent developments in mission, see, Ken Ross, Edinburgh 2010: Springboard for Mission. The book was co-published by William Carey International University Press and is now available to a North American audience on Amazon. By kind permission of the publishers, this publication is available for download here.
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