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18 Introduction 19 in the journal indicate clearly that the term “Protestant” was very much in use in the nineteenth century to imply a distinct, corporate identity. The term “Protestant” was regularly used in titles of tracts published for distribution among non-Protestants19; and while “Protestant” and “Christian” were often used interchangeably, the Catholics almost invariably fell outside this twinned category. So, although they were no longer “protesting” against the Roman Catholic Church in the same way as European Protestantism, the term’s continued use in India is neither Eurocentric nor irrelevant as Frykenberg claims: both missionaries as well as non-Catholic Indian Christians, by adopting the term “Protestant” to describe themselves in religious polemics, have helped to construct a notion of a syndicated Protestantism and identified themselves with it.
The BFBS very quickly became a nodal point that coordinated with all other Protestant mission societies, drew on their financial and human resources, and offered in return the translated Bible to be distributed in their mission fields. Equally important, the BFBS also initiated debate on Bible translations that later contributed to the establishment of formal rules and guidelines for Bible translators, revisers, and editors. Second, nineteenth-century debates on Bible translation are important because it was the first time that the Bible was translated almost simultaneously into several Indian languages, thus making a comparative study possible.
1656), and Constanzo Giuseppe Beschi (1680–1747) are the most important for the history of Tamil language and print. 24 Henriques printed several Tamil books between 1556 and 1581 at the Jesuit printing presses in Goa, while Nobili and Beschi established an extensive Catholic mission in Tamilnadu and took keen interest in learning and writing in Tamil. Although they did not translate the Bible into Tamil, these three Jesuit missionaries composed original religious texts in Tamil and built up a body of religious terms that proved useful for the early Protestants who arrived in the eighteenth century.