China's Christian millions
Under Mao Tse-tung, Christianity virtually disappeared in China. Now we are seeing what may be the biggest revival in world history. Statistics from the Communist Party itself show exponential church growth. In this new edition of a widely read and authoritative expos xE9; of the plight and perseverance of believers in China, author Tony Lambert suggests reasons for this growth and outlines sobering truths that Western Christians need to hear.
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Foreword by Ross Paterson International Director
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