Toyohiko Kagawa

Short Name: Toyohiko Kagawa
Full Name: Kagawa, Toyohiko, 1888-1960
Birth Year: 1888
Death Year: 1960

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Wikipedia Biography

Toyohiko Kagawa (賀川 豊彦, Kagawa Toyohiko, 10 July 1888 – 23 April 1960) was a Japanese Christian pacifist, Christian reformer, and labour activist. Kagawa wrote, spoke, and worked at length on ways to employ Christian principles in the ordering of society and in cooperatives. His vocation to help the poor led him to live among them. He advocated for women's suffrage and promoted a peaceful foreign policy.

Texts by Toyohiko Kagawa (5)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
When a grain of wheatToyohiko Kagawa (Author)English4
PrayersToyohiko Kagawa (Author)English1
O you fertile soilToyohiko Kagawa (Author)English2
Oh black fruitful soil, presenting a gladsome sceneToyohiko Kagawa (Author)English2
Wiping away the tearsToyohiko Kagawa (Author)English2

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