Adoniram Judson
b. August 9, 1788 – d. April 12, 1850 • Baptist • Congregationalist • Missionary • Protestant
The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
Judson, Adoniram
Judson, Adoniram (1788–1850), American *Baptist missionary to *Burma. He was born at Malden, Mass., and educated at Brown University (1804–7). In 1808 he entered the Andover Theological Seminary, and in 1810 went to England to confer with the *LMS and to seek for co-operation with the American Board
Encyclopedia of the Reformed Faith
Judson, Adoniram
Judson, Adoniram (1788–1850)Baptist missionary-translator in Burma (1812–50). Ordained a Congregationalist; minister, Judson was sent out under the American board of commissioners for foreign Missions, of which he was co-founder. En route to the field, he came to Baptist convictions on Baptism and resigned
Compton’s Encyclopedia
Judson, Adoniram
Judson, Adoniram(1788–1850). One of the outstanding Christian missionaries of the modern era, Adoniram Judson was also an accomplished linguist who translated the Bible into Burmese. He also wrote a Burmese dictionary that is still a standard work.Adoniram Judson was born in Malden, Mass., on Aug.
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Judson, Adoniram
Judson, Adoniram (1788–1850). The first American foreign missionary, Judson was a graduate of Brown University and Andover Seminary. As a member of the Congregational Church, he campaigned effectively for establishing the *American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (1810). En route from Boston
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Judson, Adoniram
Judson, Adoniram (1788–1850)Pioneer American missionary to BurmaJudson was born in a Congregationalist manse at Malden, Massachusetts, and graduated from Brown University. He studied for the ministry at Andover Seminary, where he became a member of a foreign mission interest group. As one of its leaders