Evangelical protestants in the latter nineteenth century
Mar 29, 2018 Brazilian protestantism started with immigrants from Germany, and with American and British missionaries, during the nineteenth century. This followed up on attempts that were made during the 1820s. In 1855, Doctor Robert Reid Kalley, who was a Scottish missionary, moved to Brazil with support from Scotlands Free Church.Evangelical Protestants in the latter nineteenth century often favored expansionism as a way to reach the lost souls of foreign heathens. The InterAmerican Conference held in 1889 provided for the evangelical protestants in the latter nineteenth century
Early in the nineteenth century the terms Evangelical and Methodist were used indiscriminately by opponents of the movement, who accused its adherents of fanaticism and puritanical disapproval of social pleasures. The Evangelical branch of the Anglican Church coincided very nearly with the Low Church party.