Mission Schools in Batakland (Indonesia): 1861 - 1940
BRILL, 1994 - 379 Seiten
The expansion of Christianity is often described from the viewpoint of the western missionaries. This book, however, focuses on the large group of indigenous teachers and their pupils at the mission schools in Batakland. These educational activities in fact provided the most important incentive for the birth and growth of the Lutheran Batak Church since 1860. With 3 million members this is the largest protestant church in Indonesia, a Southeast Asian country with 190 million inhabitants, 85% of whom are Muslim. The study is based on archival sources in German, Dutch, Indonesian and Batak, as well as on interviews with local teachers. This is an important case-study about the place of education within the missionary enterprise, the cooperation and conflicts between foreign missionaries and their indigenous helpers, the delicate relation between the Dutch colonial government and a German mission board.
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CHAPTER ONE A SUMMARY OF THE HISTORY
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER TWO TRADITIONAL BATAK EDUCATION
CHAPTER THREE RMGS VIEW OF EDUCATION
CHAPTER FIVE THE HIGHPOINT
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adat Balige Barmen seminary Batak area Batak Christians Batak church Batak community Batak culture Batak language Batak society Batakland Batakmis Batakmission schools Batakmission's became become bius BRMG Chapter Christian mission church workers colonial government Conference congregations continued curriculum datu Depok Dutch East Indies Dutch Indies Dutch language educational ministry elementary schools endeavour Ephorus especially evangelism evangelistic example Fabri folk church German goal Gospel government's graduates HKBP huta Indies government indigenous Indonesian Lake Toba later leaders leadership marga Meerwaldt mission boards mission education mission schools missionaries Narumonda needs Netherlands Nommensen nurturing pagan Pansur Napitu parbaringin parents pastors Pematang Siantar period persons pietism pupils Raja received regulations relationship religion religious result Rhenish Mission RMG's sahala Schreiber Sibolga Silindung Simalungun Situmorang social spiritual subsidy Sumatra Tapanuli Tarutung teachers teaching theological tion Toba Batak traditional Batak various village Warneck western