Issue 98 : Christianity in China
Originally published in 2008
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Table of Contents
From the Editor
A Palestinian Christian finds the path from hate to forgiveness.
Missionaries in China were hampered by pressures from home, mistakes in leadership, and identification with the West, but they planted the seeds that would someday yield an astonishing harvest.
The birth of an "official" Chinese church helped Christianity thrive in public under political constraints.
The house-church movement survived persecution and created a surge of Christian growth across China.
Chinese Catholics have endured devastating division in the past century.
Early missionaries laid the groundwork for mass movements to Christ among the minority peoples of China.
Through a century of political turmoil and disillusionment, waves of Chinese intellectuals have come to Christ.
A third-generation Chinese Christian describes his journey from persecution to Communism to faith.
China in the 20th century.