|Biographical Sketch of
Samuel M. Zwemer (1867-1952)
Dr. Samuel M. Zwemer was a missionary for many years in lands regions west and northwest of the Persian Gulf, including Bahrain where two of his daughters are buried. He learned Arabic, became a master of the Moslem philosophy. He loved the Mohammedans and worked constantly to evangelize the Moslem world.
Dr. Zwemer was elected a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society of London. In 1929 he was appointed Professor of Missions and the History of Religion at Princeton University, a position he held to retirement in 1938. Following retirement he taught courses at the Christian and Missionary Alliance Missionary Training Institute and at Biblical Seminary in New York City.
See the Columbia International University biography of Samuel Zwemer for further information.
Biography of Raymund Lull,
First Missionary to the Moslems
The Moslem Doctrine of God
Our Moslem Sisters
with Annie Van Sommer
| The Moslem
Islam and Missions
Papers read at the second Missionary Conference
on behalf of the Mohammedan World at Lucknow,
January 23-28, 1911
the Final Religion
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