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Cyril Hamilton Powles


Marjorie and Cyril Powles: A Critical Biographical Sketch by Terry Brown.
In Justice as Mission: An Agenda for the Church, Essays in Appreciation of Marjorie and Cyril Powles, edited by Christopher Lind and Terry Brown.
Burlington, ON: Trinity Press, 1985.

New Style Missionaries for 21 Years by Brenda Berck.
[Diocese of New Westminster] Topic, March 2004, p. 5.

Memorial Resolution of the Corporation of Trinity College, Toronto.
Prepared by Terry Brown, 2013.

Canadian Japanese: What Are You Going to Do With Them?
Toronto: [Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada], 1945.

Japanese Canadians East of the Rockies: Report of C.H. Powles to the Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada.
[Toronto: Missionary Society of the Church of England in Canada, 1945.]

The Ecumenical Movement (Letter to the Editor).
Anglican Outlook, Vol. 3(8), June 1948, pp. 12-13.

A Church Undaunted.
[Toronto: Missionary Society of the Canadian Church, c. 1953.]

Changes in Social Thinking in Post-war Japan.
[Cambridge, MA: Society of the Catholic Commonwealth, 1954.]

Letter Written to the Montreal Cell (with Marjorie Powles).
[Cambridge, MA: Society of the Catholic Commonwealth, 1954.]

The Relation of Penitence to Oblation in the Eucharistic Offertory.
S.T.B. Thesis, Trinity College, Toronto, 1954.

A Meditation on the Missionary Calling.
Japan Christian Quarterly, Vol. 21(4), October 1955, pp. 301-304.

The Liturgical Movement in the Anglican Communion.
Japan Christian Quarterly, Vol. 22(4), October 1956, pp. 298-301.

The Holy Communion: As Revised and Authorized for Permissive Use by the General Synod, Nippon Seikokai, 1956, translated with Kenneth A. Viall, SSJE.
Tokyo: St. Andrew’s Church, [1957].

Abe Isoo and the Role of Christians in the Founding of the Japanese Socialist Movement, 1895-1905.
Papers on Japan, Vol. 1, 1961, pp. 89-109.

Nihon Seikōkai no Keisei ki ni Okeru: Kanada Seikōkai Nokoken 1873-1900.
Shingaku No Koe, Vol. 7, 1964, pp. 1-8.

Church and World Today: Where I Stand.
Japan Christian Quarterly, Vol. Vol. 30(4), October 1964, pp. 300-304.

Western Christianity’s Future in Japan.
Japan Christian Quarterly, Vol. 31(1), January 1965, pp. 23-28.

The Church and the World: the Church and the University Student.
Japan Christian Quarterly, Vol. 31(3), June 1965, pp. 210-213.

Secularism in Japan: a Round Table Discussion.
Japan Christian Quarterly, Vol. 31(4), Fall, 1965, pp. 231-240.

Canada’s Contribution to the Building of the Nippon Seikokai, 1873-1900.
Journal of the Canadian Church Historical Society, Vol. 7(2), 1965, pp. 37-48.

The Church and the World: Christianity and Women in Japan: Some Historical Notes.
Japan Christian Quarterly, Vol. 32(1), January 1966, pp. 32-36.

The Church and the World: Towards a Japanese Christian Vocabulary.
Japan Christian Quarterly, Vol. 32(2), April 1966, pp. 139-142.

The Church and the World: The End of an Era: Some Thoughts on the Missionary and the Japanese Church.
Japan Christian Quarterly, Vol. 32(3), July 1966, pp. 215-220.

The Church and the World: Some Impressions of the Church and the World from Europe (with Marjorie Powles).
Japan Christian Quarterly, Vol. 32(4), Fall 1966, pp. 292-294.

Nathaniel Shinzo Koizumi: a Quiet Christian.
Japan Christian Quarterly, Vol. 33(1), Winter, 1967, pp. 43-44.

The Church and the World: The Church and World in the West: Part II.
Japan Christian Quarterly, Vol. 33(2), Spring 1967, pp. 134-136.

The Church and the World: The End of an Era: Further Thoughts on the Church and Mission (with Marjorie Powles).
Japan Christian Quarterly, Vol. 34(1), Winter, 1968, pp. 38-43.

The Myth of the Two Emperors: A Study in Misunderstanding.
Pacific Historical Review, Vol. 37(1), February, 1968, pp. 35-50.

Victorian Missionaries in Meiji Japan: the Shiba Sect, 1873-1900.
Ph.D. Dissertation, University of British Columbia, 1968.

The Church and the World: Summer Conference Fallout.
Japan Christian Quarterly, Vol. 35(1), Winter 1969, pp. 52-54.

The Church and the World: Reflections of an Aging Academic on Student Power.
Japan Christian Quarterly, Vol. 35(2), Spring 1969, pp. 121-124.

Foreign Missionaries and Japanese Culture in the Late Nineteenth Century: Four Patterns of Approach.
The Northeast Asia Journal of Theology, 1969, pp. 14-28.

The Church and the World: Structure and Meaning: the Crisis in the Church.
Japan Christian Quarterly, Vol. 36(1), Winter 1970, pp. 62-65.

The Church and the World: Some Final Thoughts on the End of an Era.
Japan Christian Quarterly, Vol. 36(3), Summer, 1970, pp. 197-200.

Trinity’s First Man to Japan [on Alexander Croft Shaw].
Trinity, Vol. 9(2), 1971, pp. 6-7.

Mission Impossible—Unless . . . (with Rob Nelson) [Study kit].
New York: Friendship Press, 1973.

Yasukuni Jinja Hōan: Religion and Politics in Contemporary Japan.
Pacific Affairs, Vol. 49(3), Autumn, 1976, pp. 491-505.

How Japan Looks From Here.
Japan Christian Quarterly, Vol. 43(2), Spring, 1977, pp. 67-71.

E. H. Norman as a Historian: A Canadian Perspective.
Pacific Affairs, Vol. 50(4), Winter, 1977-78, pp. 660-667.

Abe Isoo: the Utility Man.
In Pacifism in Japan: the Christian and Socialist Tradition, edited by Bamba Nobuya and John F. Howes.
Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1978, pp. 142-167.

Insight: Go Ye Into the World and Prepare a Path for Commerce?
Canadian Churchman, April 1979, p. 5.

The Development of Japanese-Canadian Relations in the Age of Missionary Activity, 1873-1930.
Kanada Kenkyū Nempō/Annual Review of Canadian Studies, Vol. 2, 1980, pp. 146-165.

Missionaries and Unequal Treaties: the Case of Alexander Croft Shaw.
Trinity College, Toronto, c. 1983 [Paper proposal].

Towards a Theology of Mission for Today.
[Toronto: Anglican Church of Canada, c.1983.]

Christianity in the Third World: How Do We Study its History?
Studies in Religion: A Canadian Journal, 1984.

Victorian Missionaries in Meiji Japan: the Shiba Sect, 1873-1900.
Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1987.

Interpreting the Present Time: History, the Bible and the Church's Mission Today.
Toronto: Anglican Book Centre, 1994.

Pacifism in Japan, 1918-1945.
In Challenge to Mars: Essays on Pacifism from 1918 to 1945, edited by Peter Brock and Thomas P. Socknat.
Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1999.

この時代を見分ける: 歴史・聖書・教会そして今日の宣教.
Kono jidai o miwakeru: Rekishi seisho kyōkai soshite konnichi no senkyō.
[Japanese translation of Interpreting the Present Time, with Ichirō Ōkura and Renta Nishihara.]
Tokyo: 新世社.

Nuclear Weapons for Japan?
Peace Research Abstracts, Vol. 40(6), 2003.

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