Juji Nakada

Juji Nakada (中田 重治, Nakada Jūji?, 29 October 1870 – 24 September 1939) was a Japanese holiness evangelist, known as "the Dwight Moody of Japan" (Stark 28-29), who was the first bishop of the Japan Holiness Church and one of the co-founders of the Oriental Missionary Society (now One Mission Society)..

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Juji Nakada - Audio Resources
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Juji Nakada - Beliefs - The Japanese and The Jews
... Nakada was deeply influenced by American evangelist and Christian Zionist William Eugene Blackstone's 1878 book Jesus is Coming, one of the first popular books ... Nakada's belief that the Japanese were the descendants of the ten lost tribes of Israel, and that Israel would be restored through the Japanese people, divided the Japan ... people (The Elders of the Protocols of Zion was a popular book in Nakada's day) nor should we despise and ostracize them.' He explained that the then current stream of immigrants back to ...
Juji Nakada - Sources and Further Reading
... "Juji Nakada" in Biographical Dictionary of Christian Missions, 486 ... and Eschatology as a Vision of the New Creation From the Story of Sang-Jun Kim and Juji Nakada" ... and wife, Lettie, arrived in Japan on February 1, 1901, to work with Juji Nakada in evangelisation, church planting, and training ...