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John G. Paton -'Cannibal King'

January 2007
Exactly 100 years ago - on January 28, 1907 - the famous Scottish missionary to the New Hebrides, John Gibson Paton, died. His story is incredible! I have told it in Audio format (John G. Paton - King of the Cannibals!) and I am now loading pictures into this photo album that are actually slides from the powerpoint presentation that accompanied this audio.
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Cover scr­een. Let's leaf thr­ough the album of his wond­erful life toget...

Born, May 24, 1824; Died, Jan­uary 28, 1907.

An acc­ount in John Pat­on's Journal det­ails a fright­en­ing enc­ounter wit...

An axe, typ­ical of the weap­onry used by the local trib­esp­eople on Tann...

The fam­il­iar portr­ait of John Paton.

"Dur­ing the cris­is, I felt calm and firm of soul, stand­ing erect and w...

Pat­on's Text: Matthew 28:20.

This text was not John Pat­on's excl­us­ive res­erve ... another Scott­ish...

Sev­eral pieces of data about the New Hebr­id­es.

The New Hebr­ides gained ind­ep­end­ence from Brit­ain and France and chang...

The first miss­ion­ar­ies were killed and eaten by cann­ib­als - only minut...

John Paton was born in a farm cott­age at Braeh­ead, Dumfr­iesh­ire, Scotl...

After some elem­ent­ary educ­at­ion, John Paton foll­owed in his fath­er's f...

Having heard the call of God to serve Him overs­eas, John Paton went to...

John Paton spent his spare time in Glasgow min­ist­er­ing to people in a...

While purs­uing his stud­ies, Paton kept hear­ing the call from the peris...

Gett­ing to the South Seas was to prove diff­ic­ult ... .

Before John Paton would ever get to the South Seas, a gaunlet of disap...

Overc­om­ing the opp­os­it­ion, John G. Paton, acc­omp­an­ied by his wife Mary...

They reached their int­ended dest­in­at­ion, the island of Tanna, on Novem...

Tanna was purely a cann­ibal isl­and. John and Mrs Paton were surr­ounded...

The Tann­ese had mult­it­udes of stone idols and sacred charms. They stoo...

On many occ­as­ions the life of the miss­ion­ary was ser­iously thr­eat­en­ed.

Taking refuge in the branches of a chestnut tree saved Pat­on's life on...

Within months of land­ing on Tanna, John Paton lost both his wife and i...

The loss of a miss­ion­ary ship was a setb­ack, as were those occ­as­ions w...

Thr­ough his dis­app­ointm­ents, dang­er, death and dis­appr­ov­al, John G. Pa...

Many were conv­erted to Christ as a result of his lab­ours in the Gospel...

In 1887, Paton rec­orded 'the wider triumphs of the Gosp­el' in the Sout...

Paton has a small print­ing press and a font of type with him ... and w...

The eff­orts of John Paton in the New Hebr­ides sparked rev­ival of bibli...

Fin­ances were raised for a ship to supply miss­ion­ar­ies on the South Se...

The res­ults of Pat­on's evang­el­ism not only prev­ented unscr­up­ul­ous trad...

From what sourc­e(s) did John G. Paton derive his cour­age, pers­ist­ence...

Paton had a father and mother who prayed for him and set a godly examp...

His father was a man of pray­er. Paton asked hims­elf, "He walked with G...

an exc­ell­ent family tree for
j­ohn paton may be found at: ht
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While in Lond­ond­erry, Walter Paton worsh­ipped at Great James Street Pr...

Walter Paton died the next year, April 5, 1900 ... and was buried in a...

A close up of the inscr­ipt­ion on the grave.

John G. Paton bel­onged to a church with a trem­end­ous her­it­age. The Ref...

When surr­ounded by armed nat­iv­es, Paton claimed the prom­ises of God wh...

And, of course, he rested in the exp­er­ience of a deep pers­onal fell­ows...

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