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Frank Joseph Rawlinson

Missionary

Frank Joseph Rawlinson, British missionary.

Background

Rawlinson, Frank Joseph was born on January 9, 1871 in Rutlandshire, England. Son of David Joseph and Annie (Rawlinson) Rawlinson.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Bucknell U., Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, 1899, honorary Doctor of Divinity, 1917. Studied Rochester Theological Seminary, 1899-1902. A.M., Columbia, 1917.

Career

Came to the United States, 1889. Naturalized citizen, 1902. Ordained ministry Southern Baptist Church.

Missionary to China, Southern Baptist Convention, 1902-1921. With American Board, since 1921. With Chinese Recorder, since 1912, editor In chief, since 1914.

Editor in chief China Mission (Christian) Year Books, 1922-1935, also report of National Christian Conference, Shanghai, 1922. Director Chinese studies for Shanghai, Municipal Council, 5 years Missionary fellow, Union Theological Seminary, 1924-1925, lecturer, 1925. Author: Life of Christ (in Chinese).

Chinese Ideas of the Supreme Being. Naturalization of Christianity in China. Western Money and the Chinese Church.

Revolution and Religion in Modern China. Chinese Ethical Ideals. Address: Shanghai, China.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Life of Christ (in Chinese). Chinese Ideas of the Supreme Being. Naturalization of Christianity in China.Western Money and the Chinese Church. Revolution and Religion in Modern China. Chinese Ethical Ideals.

Connections

Married Carrie Mae Dietz, 1899 (died 1917). Married second, Florence B. Lang, July 2, 1917.

father:
David Joseph Rawlinson

mother:
Annie (Rawlinson) Rawlinson

spouse:
Carrie Mae Dietz

spouse:
Florence B. Lang