Two Ends of A Rope


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Considered to be “incomparably the best, the greatest man India ever possessed,” William Carey’s compassion, fortitude, dedication, and perseverance knew no boundaries. For twenty-five years, Carey fought against the horrible atrocities he witnessed – the evil festivals in Serampore and the hideous practice of sati, or widow-burning. He is best known for translating the New Testament into Bengali, opening the triumphant doors of Truth to perhaps the most “religious” country in the world.

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4 reviews for Two Ends of A Rope

  1. anonymous (verified owner)

    Highly Recommended I found this to be a great read, full of history. It pulled me in. I did not want to put it down yet I did not want to read it when tired because I did not want to miss any detail. I would highly recommend this book especially to those interested in history and to those who want to see God’s work.

  2. anonymous (verified owner)

    Two Ends of a Rope Loved the book — especially the dedication of the man, William Carey. He lived by his words, “expect great things — do great things”. One has to be impressed with his accomplishments in a foreign country, with so few resources, little money and so few people. A huge negative for me, with all the great things he was able to accomplish for others, was his neglect of his family — especially his wife (Eph. 5:22-33). I could only imagine the sad days she spent if we were to hear her side of that story.

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