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Oxford discover 3 teachers book BW 1, They were married for 13 years until her death. From the printing press at the mission came translations of the Bible in Bengali, Sanskrit, and other major languages and dialects. Many of these languages had never been printed before; William Ward had to create punches for the type by hand.
Carey had begun translating literature and sacred writings from the original Sanskrit into English to make them accessible to his own countryman. Among the losses were many irreplaceable manuscripts, including much of Carey's translation of Sanskrit literature and a polyglot dictionary of Sanskrit and related languages, which would have been a seminal philological work had it been completed. However, the press itself and the punches were saved, and the mission was able to continue printing in six months.
In Carey's lifetime, the mission printed and distributed the Bible in whole or part in 44 languages and dialects. Also, in , Adoniram Judson , an American Congregational missionary en route to India, studied the scriptures on baptism in preparation for a meeting with Carey. His studies led him to become a Baptist.
Carey's urging of American Baptists to take over support for Judson's mission, led to the foundation in of the first American Baptist Mission board, the General Missionary Convention of the Baptist Denomination in the United States of America for Foreign Missions, later commonly known as the Triennial Convention.
Most American Baptist denominations of today are directly or indirectly descended from this convention.
Serampore College In , the mission founded Serampore College to train indigenous ministers for the growing church and to provide education in the arts and sciences to anyone regardless of caste or country. The King of Denmark granted a royal charter in that made the college a degree-granting institution, the first in Asia. The genus Careya was named after him.
In he married a third time, to a widow named Grace Hughes. Internal dissent and resentment was growing within the Missionary Society as its numbers grew, the older missionaries died, and they were replaced by less experienced men. Some new missionaries arrived who were not willing to live in the communal fashion that had developed, one going so far as to demand "a separate house, stable and servants.
Andrew Fuller, who had been secretary of the Society in England, had died in , and his successor, John Dyer, was a bureaucrat who attempted to reorganise the Society along business lines and manage every detail of the Serampore mission from England. Their differences proved to be irreconcilable, and Carey formally severed ties with the missionary society he had founded, leaving the mission property and moving onto the college grounds.
He lived a quiet life until his death in , revising his Bengali Bible, preaching, and teaching students. Criticism[ edit ] Much of what is known about William Carey's missionary life in India is from missionary reports sent to Britain.
Historians such as Comaroffs, Thorne, Van der Veer and Brian Pennington note that the representation of India in these reports must be examined in their context and with care for its evangelical and colonial ideology.
The polemic notes and observations of Carey, and his colleague William Ward, were in a community suffering from extreme poverty and epidemics, and they constructed a view of Indian culture and Hinduism in light of their missionary goals. Their accounts of culture and Hinduism were forged in impoverished Bengal modern West Bengal and Bangladesh that was physically, politically and spiritually difficult.
In these circumstances, knowledge of Sanskrit is valuable. Such prejudices affected the literature authored by Carey and colleagues. Walker  and J. Myers , only allude to Carey's distress caused by the mental illness and subsequent breakdown suffered by his wife, Dorothy, in the early years of their ministry in India. More recently, Beck's biography of Dorothy Carey paints a more detailed picture: William Carey uprooted his family from all that was familiar and sought to settle them in one of the most unlikely and difficult cultures in the world for an uneducated eighteenth century English peasant woman.
Faced with enormous difficulties in adjusting to all of this change, she failed to make the adjustment emotionally and ultimately, mentally, and her husband seemed to be unable to help her through all of this because he just did not know what to do about it. Jealousy is the great evil that haunts her mind.
Joshua Marshman was appalled by the neglect with which Carey treated his four boys when he first met them in