The Legacy of George Leslie Mackay

Rohrer, James R.
October 2010
International Bulletin of Missionary Research;Oct2010, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p221
Academic Journal
A biography of George Leslie Mackay, a missionary in Taiwan, is presented. He was born on March 21, 1844, in Zorra Township, Upper Canada, and attended Knox College in Toronto from 1864 to 1867 before entering the Princeton Seminary to become a Presbyterian foreign missionaries. Mackay first arrived in Taiwan in December 1871 and married Tiu Chhang Mia in May 1878. During his missionary years, he trained many native preachers to help the growth of Christian community in Taiwan.


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