Imagine that, a missionary killed by a tribe on an island that was protected from outsiders bringing disease
It’s believed the Sentinelese killed Chau after he asked a local friend to find a boat and several fishermen to help him get closer to the prohibited island.
From the boat, the fishermen said Chau used a canoe to reach the shore on November 16. He returned with arrow injuries the same day, but set off once again to reach the island on November 17 and never returned. The fisherman later saw members of the tribe dragging his body around, authorities said.
Chau knew the island was a restricted area and his mission there was illegal, according to a friend, John Middleton Ramsey.
Chau had made a scouting trip to the remote island chain several years ago, and when he returned, Ramsey recalled Chau talked about his plans to go back to the island bearing gifts for the Sentinelese people.
He said he wanted to get to know the islanders’ way of life, eventually share the Gospel and perhaps translate the Bible, Ramsey recalled.
So the missionary guy knew he wasn’t supposed to be on the island, but God told him to go save those people so he went anyway. And then was killed. Tough luck, bro. Stay in your lane, go on adventures and leave these people living on a remote island alone.
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