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Cochrane, Thomas

(1866–1953). Studied medicine at Glasgow; sent by LMS as medical miss. to Mongolia; founded Peking Union Medical Coll. 1904; its first head 1906–15; after return to Eng. he founded the periodical World Dominion 1923 and the Movement for World Evangelism 1930. Collaborated with Roland Allen* on Missionary Survey; other works include The Task of the Christian Church. See also World Dominion Movement.


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