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generally speaking, it threw the profession _into less able hands_, and the cause of christianity and of europe lost much of its lustre and influence.the jesuits were generally _artists_ and men of science, as well as religious teachers.there can be no doubt that this was the main secret of their success; and in order to ensure like success, we must send out missionaries of like stamp, men of high genius and refined education, who have grasped the theory of aryan civilization; who can meet the buddhist, and the hindoo, and the confucianist on their own ground; who, going forth in the spirit of our lords words, i come not to destroy, but to fulfil, can, if necessary, graft the law of christ on the doctrines of buddha.let them treat vishnoo and buddha as st.paul treated venus and mars, and say to a people given up to idolatry, whom ye ignorantly worship, him declare we unto you.not that we would counsel them to make any sacrifice of principle in order to secure converts, as the romanists seem to have done; such a course must be fatal: and, indeed, these unworthy concessions to the habits of vice and superstition so prevalent in china have already been a serious obstacle to the spread of the true doctrine;[122] for enquirers have expressed their readiness to join the church if, like the people belonging to the religion of the lord of heaven (_i.e._ romanism), they may continue opiumsmoking, and work as usual upon the lords day.so successful in one sense have these tactics been, that the roman catholic missionaries claim to have 30,000 converts in the province of fuhkien alone, mostly hereditary christians of the fifth generation.these socalled christians are, however, very ignorant of scripture, and in most respects indistinguishable from heathens.for instance, they identify the virgin mary with one of their deities called seng mu, or holy mother, and pay idolatrous worship to her.such success need not be envied by our missionaries.the two points, then, in which the roman catholic missions have had the advantage over protestant ones are1st.their missionaries, especially the earlier ones, were far more able men than the generality of our mission clergy.you may get men, says a writer to the _times_,[123] of average attainments to go abroad as missionaries, just as you get clerks and engineers.but they who adopt propagandism as a means of livingand it is no disparagement to the missionaries that they do soare not exactly the men to impart a living impulse to the hearts of masses of people.xaviers and bishop pattesons, indeed, appear at intervals to prove that the apostolic spirit is not yet extinct among men; but such exceptional phenomena fail to redeem the commonplace character of the ordinary missionary fieldforce.2nd.the roman catholic faith, by its very oneness, by its remarkable similarity to the institutions of buddhism, and by its concessions to some of the grosser instincts of the human mind, no less than by having a united and organized church behind it, cannot fail to commend itself more readily to the minds of the heathen than the more spiritual and independent, but at the same time more narrow and sectarian, beliefs which are all ranked as branches of the reformed church.thinking[124] they are invading a country as soldiers of the cross, these young missionaries go forth, denouncing the beliefs, the traditions, the worship of the people, calling on them to curse all that they have ever held sacred, and to accept, on pain of eternal perdition, the peculiar arrangements of beliefs which the missionary has compounded for them, and of which christianity is one, but not always a very perceptible ingredient; and so the poor heathen, hungering, however unconsciously, for the bread of life, is offered instead the shibboleths of a very babel of sects.but though they have failed as yet in the higher aim which they have set before themselves, the efforts of the missionaries have been wonderfully successful, though they care not for this success, in raising the social standard of the people with whom they are brought into contact.they deserve infinite praise for the way they have created written languages where none existed, and for their assiduity in educating and civilizing thousands of savages.[125] our missionaries, then, who deserve every credit for their noble and selfsacrificing efforts in the cause of christ, who in the face of difficulties such as few can appreciate, do their masters work with cheerfulness and zeal, in spite of danger and privation, comparing their own failure with the success of missionaries elsewhere, as, for instance, in madagascar, and seeking to account for it before their countrymen at home, miss the true causes which we have been compelled, however ungraciously, to point out, and, taking the nominal objection from the mouths of their opponents, with heedless confidence assert that opium is the great obstacle to the propagation of the gospel, forgetting that it was the difficulties connected with opium that first opened a way for them into the heart of china; that it was the second opium war, as they love to call it, which gave them a _locus standi_ in the country.but, in truth, in comparing their work with that of their fellowworkers in africa and elsewhere, they are placing themselves at an enormous disadvantage; for we must not forget that in china and india we are dealing with races[126] immeasurably superior to the north american indians and the savages of africa; that we are confronted by civilizations which were in their prime when england was inhabited by naked savages, and was indeed, as the chinese still believe it to be, but as an anthill in the ocean, and by a race of men who were learned, as cobden said in the house of commons, when our plantagenet kings could not write, and who had a system of logic before aristotle, and a code of morals before socrates.it would be surprising indeed if we could persuade such intellectual and civilised races to give up in a moment beliefs which have taken centuries to mature; and the difficulty is the greater in the case of the buddhists from the striking similarity which exists between the general principles professed by followers of buddha and disciples of christ.conversion to christianity, as dr.moore says, involves the belief in certain statements the counterparts of which, when found in buddhism, are regarded as impossible and untrue by christians.what, then, should a missionary do in the face of all these difficulties? let him follow dr.medhursts advice, and remember that the effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much; let him exhort the chinese to abandon the habit of opiumsmoking, and compel their converts to give up the drug; and, above all, let him be careful not to make exaggerated statements about the opium traffic, which merely tend to disquiet the minds of his countrymen at home, and, when the falsity of his statements becomes apparent, to throw discredit on the cause which he has at heart.but if the missionarys duty is clear, no less clearly is it _our_ duty who remain at home to make the most strenuous efforts to aid the good cause by subscribing more largely to the missionary fund (instead of expending our money for the purpose of raising an agitation against opium in england), and so, by increasing the remuneration offered to workers in this large field (for the labourer is worthy of his hire), to induce the ablest and most intellectual of our clergy to go out to encounter buddhism and taouismopponents quite worthy of our steelfeeling sure that success, though delayed, is certain in the end, and that the chinese only need to become christians in order to be one of the greatest nations upon earth.it remains now only to mention the remedies proposed by the supporters of the antiopium society for the evils of the opium traffic, pointing out such objections as may occur to us; and finally to state the alternative course which we ourselves propose.we may premise, however, before dealing with this part of the subject, that there is a considerable divergence of opinion manifest in the ranks of the antiopium society with regard to the nature of the remedies suggested.some are for merely washing our hands of the monopoly, so that the government would have no direct participation in the _manufacture_ of the drug, but would, by means of an export duty, retain more or less of the revenue therefrom.this course, it must be said, does not find favour with the majority, who demand, consistently enough, the total abandonment by india of the manufacture of opium _and_ the revenue from it.let us consider the less radical proposal first.as long ago as 1832, the question of abolishing the opium monopoly suggested itself to the east india company; and the same course was proposed by sir charles trevelyan in 1864.[127] if the opium revenue is to be retained while the monopoly is abolished, there is only one practicable course to be pursued.a customs duty must be laid on the export of all opium.and this method has obtained the support of many able men who, objecting to the opium traffic as at present conducted, and at the same time seeing the difficulties in the way of its total abolition, propose this compromise.such are sir bartle frere,[128] sir richard temple, the marquis of hartington, and others.but there are many serious drawbacks even to this solution of the difficulty, and such as have always prevailed against it when it has been proposed, as it often has, in council.on the one hand, the revenue derived from this system would be much less.sir evelyn baring, who is studiously moderate in his figures, informed us in his financial statement for 1882 how much loss would actually in this way ensue.for whereas a chest of bengal opium costs us to manufacture it 421 rs., we can sell it for 1,280 rs.(average of ten years), thus making a clear profit per chest of 859 rs.; but if we decided to introduce the excise system, the opium would not bear more than 600 rs.a chest as export duty.[129] the average number of chests exported may be taken as likely to be 45,000.duty on these would give £2,700,000

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