Keywords:มิชชันนารี, ความขัดแย้ง, อินเดียยุคอาณานิคมอังกฤษ, missionary, conflict, British India
Relation between British Empire and missionary in India not absolutely support all together. We can see suspicion in this relation. For British Empire, business benefit makes them be neutral and sometime supporting mission of local religion for instance Hindu activity. Although British government in India limits missionary mission but they can’t unavoidable conflict and violence such as conflict and violence between Hindu Indian and missionary in Madras. This article emphasizes to present 2 conflicts evidence. First revealing conflicts between British Empire and missionary. Second revealing conflicts between Indian and missionary and Indian Christianity. This article uses historical approach for studying and presenting.
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