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Quran 2: So the first British mission school in Egypt was opened at Alexandria in December Evangelicals could scarcely conceive of how cloistering oneself in an austere desert convent could serve the purposes of the Lord. The consequence is, that the people mostly repeat the Scriptures, without understanding them, and have only a superficial knowledge of other subjects.

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Gobat had difficulty securing the approval of European officials for his aggressive approach to mission. The missionary mounted a meticulous, perennially frustrating, effort to ascertain the number of priests in each diocese, the number of families in each village, and the number of students in each school.

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  5. I promised to come again and to give each boy who wishes to learn to read, a little book, gratis.
  6. A mob of about stormed the mission house in Qus with bricks and missiles.

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