6 edition of Christians in China found in the catalog.
August 1, 2007
by Ignatius Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||700|
Most of the book, however, focuses on modern Christianity in China, especially the fine divide between official and unofficial Protestant and Catholic churches, and on the political possibilities. U.S. publishers released an English translation of a memoir by Gao Zhisheng, a Chinese Christian dissident lawyer Tuesday. The book, which details his decade in detention and his hopes for a post-Communist China, follows recent reports that government agents continue to torture Chinese human rights activists while in : June Cheng.
He's worked in the Christian book industry for his entire professional life and he's co-author of some 60 books, many of which have become bestsellers. Many American goods are made in China. In September, China passed tighter restrictions regarding religious gatherings, teachings, and buildings. Though they are not slated to officially go into effect until February , Christians in.
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Christians in China: A.D. to chronicles the lives of the Chinese faithful who through the centuries have been both accepted and rejected by their own countrymen. It explores the unique religious and political situations in which Chinese Christians, Catholic and Protestant, have struggled to live their faith and give witness to Christ/5(5).
A Star in the East: The Rise of Christianity in China, by Rodney Stark, is a short book that combines a sweeping history of missions to China with recent, /5(14). The book is highly recommended for all those interested in modern China, international relations, women's issues, religion in China, and cross-cultural studies." (American Historical Review) "This work is unique in that it subjects the history of Christianity in China to rigorous historical investigation/5(5).
But not many give a wide-scope history of Christianity in China that is both scholarly and accessible like Daniel Bays’ New History of Christianity in China. A comparable book covering as much historical range is Christians in China A.D.
to by Jean-Pierre Charbonnier (as noted by the author on page 2)/5(13). "Together the essays offer a rich view of one of China's smallest minorities: Christians The book is highly recommended for all those interested in modern China, international relations, women's issues, religion in China, and cross-cultural studies." —American Historical Review "An outstanding collection." —China Review International.
This book provides a sweeping history of missions in China combined with recent, reliable statistics on the effects of the rise of Christianity as well as subsequent implications. Indue to the changed political climate of the Cultural Revolution in China, the church went into.
Christians in China are predominantly Protestant, drawn to the religion’s emphasis on egalitarianism and spiritual community within the church, says Purdue’s Yang.
Operation China is the ground-breaking book that forever changed the way Christians look at China. It profiles distinct tribes and people groups in China. The result of over trips to China, Hattaway has documented hundreds of fascinating groups that were previously unknown to the outside world.
China’s Communist party is intensifying religious persecution as Christianity’s popularity grows. A new state translation of the Bible will establish a ‘correct understanding’ of the textAuthor: Lily Kuo. The Tang Dynasty was a very special period in Chinese history where there was a broad policy of tolerance and interest in fostering foreign religions., In Alopen completed the first Christian book in Chinese The Sutra of Jesus the Messiah.
In this book it was carefully argued that Christianity was part of China's ancient tradition. Christianity in China appeared in the 7th century, during the Tang dynasty, but did not take root until it was reintroduced in the 16th century by Jesuit missionaries.
Today, it comprises Catholics, Protestants, Evangelicals and a small number of Orthodox Christians. Christians in China is a treasure trove of Church history lovingly compiled by a French priest who spent thirty years in East Asia and is now the director of the China Service of the Paris Foreign Missions.
The author has made an effort, not just to chronicle missionary work, but to describe the dramatic encounter between the European and Chinese cultures.
Christians in China: A.D. to chronicles the lives of the Chinese faithful who through the centuries have been both accepted and rejected by their own countrymen. It explores the unique religious and political situations in which Chinese Christians, Catholic and Protestant, have struggled to live their faith and give witness to Christ.
This book will be an important source for Sinologists, church historians, and China-watchers among the Christian laity, even though it is limited in its scope to those movements which derive from or can be loosely associated with more or less indigenous Protestant popular movements of the last : David Lyle Jeffrey.
Handbook Of Christianity In China book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Who were the main actors in propagating Christiani 4/5. Now revised and updated to incorporate numerous new materials, this is the major source for researching American Christian activity in China, especially that of missions and missionaries.
It provides a thorough introduction and guide to primary and secondary sources on Christian enterprises and individuals in China that are preserved in hundreds of libraries, archives, historical societies Reviews: 1.
But, according to Mary Ma, a mainland Chinese scholar and author of the book Surviving the State, Remaking the Church: A Sociological Portrait of Christians in Mainland China, “in the political.
Prior to the publication of this book, Daniel Bays' de facto magnum opus has been Christianity in China: From the Eighteenth Century to the was an ironic fact since that was a book he edited which had a valuable number of new studies on Chinese Christianity, when the field was in its infancy/5.
Christians in China: A.D. to Êchronicles the lives of the Chinese faithful who through the centuries have been both accepted and rejected by their own countrymen. It explores the unique religious and political situations in which Chinese Christians, Catholic and Protestant, have struggled to live their faith and give witness to major work covers each of the historic.
Christian persecution in China is re-intensifying, this time aided by big data and artificial intelligence (see update at the bottom). Chinese Communist Party denies any Christian persecution in China, and has convinced some high profile Westerners and even missions organizations that Christian persecution in China is no more.
In your book The Souls of China you tell the story of China’s religious renaissance since the death of Mao, following Buddhist pilgrims, Shanxi Daoists, Chengdu Christians and others over the course of one year.
Why is this story important?According to article 5 of the regulations: "Religious organizations must adhere to the leadership of the Communist Party of China, abide by the Constitution, laws, regulations, rules, and policies. China’s new ‘social credit system’ is a dystopian nightmare make it impossible for you to get a house or a car loan or even book a hotel room.
such as Christians who illegally meet.