Le révérend Uemura Masahisa (植村 正久, Uemura Masahisa?), né le 15 janvier 1857 et mort à l'âge de 67 ans le 8 janvier 1925 à Tokyo, est un pasteur, théologien et critique japonais des ères Meiji et Taishō.

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  • Le révérend Uemura Masahisa (植村 正久, Uemura Masahisa?), né le 15 janvier 1857 et mort à l'âge de 67 ans le 8 janvier 1925 à Tokyo, est un pasteur, théologien et critique japonais des ères Meiji et Taishō.
  • Uemura Masahisa (植村 正久, 15 January 1857 – 8 January 1925) was a Japanese Christian pastor, theologian and critic of Meiji and Taishō periods.Uemura was the eldest son of Tojuiro and Tei, of the family of hatamoto (rank of samurai). His birth name was Michitarō. Though his family was wealthy, they fell into bankruptcy at the time of the Meiji Restoration. He came into contact with Christianity when he went to Tokyo to study at Shubunkan and the preparatory school run by James Hamilton Ballagh. In June, 1873 he was baptized at the Yokohama Public Church by Ballagh. His parents and younger brothers were also baptized later. Soon he decided to become an evangelist, studying at Brown Preparatory School and Icchi Shin Gakko (United Seminary). He was ordained in 1880 and became the pastor of Shitaya (Toshimagaoka) church. In 1887 he established the church that would later become Fujimicho Church and served as pastor there for the rest of his life. As an evangelist, his work included: 1. forming evangelical churches; 2. building up an acceptance of a theological way of thinking and the related training of evangelists; and 3. participation in written campaigns opposing many movements in Japanese society (especially the Rescript on Education of 1890).In a life of faith that began in the Public Church and moved to the Japan Presbyterian Church, he provided directional leadership to bring the Christian churches together and help them become self-supporting and independent, based on an evangelical faith (Jesus as the Son of God incarnate, offering redemption through his death on the cross; the resurrection and ascension).Defying the influence of theological liberalism, he, as a professor at Meiji Gakuin, worked to solidify a faith with the above doctrine as its core. In addition,as one of the founders of Tokyo Shingakusha (seminary), he took on the responsibility of the theological education and training of evangelists.Through his own publications, such as Nihon-hyōron (Japanese Criticism), Fukuin-shūhō (The Evangelical Weekly) and others, he engaged in a wide range of literary criticism on such subjects as politics, society, education and religion. His contributions in the areas of Bible translation (into Japanese), hymn editing, literary criticism, and English literature are also of note. His health was greatly damaged because of the strenuous effort he put into the reconstruction of Fujimicho Church and Tokyo Shingakusha after they were devastated by the Great Earthquake of 1923. He died suddenly at his home in Kashiwagi, Tokyo.
  • 植村 正久(うえむら まさひさ、1858年1月15日(安政4年12月1日) - 1925年1月8日)は、日本の思想家・キリスト教の伝道者・牧師・神学者・説教家。号は「謙堂」あるいは「桔梗生」など。日本のキリスト教教会の形成に大きな役割を果たした植村は田村直臣、松村介石、内村鑑三と共にキリスト教界の四村と呼ばれた。日本基督教会、日本のプロテスタントの指導者であり、後の日本のプロテスタントにも大きな影響を与え、全日本キリスト教会のプロテスタント教皇といわれた。
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  • Le révérend Uemura Masahisa (植村 正久, Uemura Masahisa?), né le 15 janvier 1857 et mort à l'âge de 67 ans le 8 janvier 1925 à Tokyo, est un pasteur, théologien et critique japonais des ères Meiji et Taishō.
  • 植村 正久(うえむら まさひさ、1858年1月15日(安政4年12月1日) - 1925年1月8日)は、日本の思想家・キリスト教の伝道者・牧師・神学者・説教家。号は「謙堂」あるいは「桔梗生」など。日本のキリスト教教会の形成に大きな役割を果たした植村は田村直臣、松村介石、内村鑑三と共にキリスト教界の四村と呼ばれた。日本基督教会、日本のプロテスタントの指導者であり、後の日本のプロテスタントにも大きな影響を与え、全日本キリスト教会のプロテスタント教皇といわれた。
  • Uemura Masahisa (植村 正久, 15 January 1857 – 8 January 1925) was a Japanese Christian pastor, theologian and critic of Meiji and Taishō periods.Uemura was the eldest son of Tojuiro and Tei, of the family of hatamoto (rank of samurai). His birth name was Michitarō. Though his family was wealthy, they fell into bankruptcy at the time of the Meiji Restoration. He came into contact with Christianity when he went to Tokyo to study at Shubunkan and the preparatory school run by James Hamilton Ballagh.
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