Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine,  3rd ser. 3 (1824), 322–28.

[Review of The History of the Propagation of Christianity, by William Brown




Publications reviewed:

Brown 1823


Christianity, Metrology, Statistics, Light, Meteorology

    Identifies a 'fallacy' into which 'men of mere detail inevitably fall' on the subject of missions: 'They judge by weight, and measure, and number, so to speak, concerning things which are no more capable of being so estimated, than the light of morning, or the diffusive warmth of a vernal atmosphere' (324).

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