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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christianity_and_colonialism

Christianity and colonialism are often closely associated because Catholicism and ... Historians have traditionally looked at Christian missionaries in one of two ... Wherever these powers attempted to expand their territories or influence, missionaries would .... to embrace Christianity by offering them certain material benefits.

www.answers.com/Q/Missionaries_believed_that_British_rule_would_African_societies_and_benefit_them

Missionaries believed that British rule would African societies and benefit them? ... What were the benefits of British rule in India? Here you go . .... What did missionaries believed that british would do to African societies and benefit them?

www.globalblackhistory.com/2012/10/role-of-missionaries-in-colonization-of-africans.html

The legacy of Christian missionaries in Africa lives up to this day. ... Britain, and Germany went to Africa under the premise of going to convert the locals to Christianity. ... the German Missionary Society in Namibia believed that once Africans were ... to Africans and then forcing them to work for a living so that they would pay ...

www.quora.com/Did-Colonialism-benefit-or-harm-Africa

Colononism had both harms and benefits. The best way to answer the question is to put it into ... We now had to think French, British, Portuguese, etc. because it is the ... The colonizers brought with them, their religions of Islam and Christianity, ... which the missionaries would have given for free anyways and which African ...

www.britishempire.co.uk/maproom/africa.htm

Early European connections to West Africa would literally see them 'drop like flies ' as they ... Still, many African societies were aware of concepts such as literacy, ..... and more missionaries as bible and missionary societies were set up by the ..... He believed that Britain was only truly interested in the security of the region at ...

www.sav.sk/journals/uploads/102313498_Vilhanov%C3%A1.pdf

languages, missionary education, transformation of African societies. Before 1800 the ... British and Foreign Bible Society founded in 1804 had the special task of .... widely believed in the abolitionist, humanitarian and missionary circles that in addition to .... Christian Church in Africa would develop its own particular forms of.

scholarblogs.emory.edu/violenceinafrica/sample-page/the-philosophy-of-colonialism-civilization-christianity-and-commerce

In reality, European colonization devastated traditional African societies and economies. ... that they would be unable to comprehend the benefits of Europeanization. ... nations like Great Britain and France needed a justification for expansion. ... upon the tenants of Christianity to spread what they believed was a just and ...

courses.wcupa.edu/jones/his312/lectures/southafr.htm

Introduction; Dutch Settlement; British Rule; Diamonds and Gold; African ... imported slaves at a time when much of the rest of Africa exported them. ... The Boers resented British rule, even though British control brought economic benefits to the ... angered when Christian missionaries, who began to arrive from Britain after ...

what-when-how.com/western-colonialism/education-western-africa-western-colonialism

The enduring role of education in every society is to prepare individuals to ..... Thus, despite the continuing tension between them, the missionaries and the new ... organized, and productive Africans for the benefit of European imperialism . .... and liberating ideas that would shake the foundations of European colonial rule.