A New History of Christianity in China
A New History of Christianity in China, written by one ofthe world's the leading writers on Christianity in China, looks atChristianity's long history in China, its extraordinarily rapidrise in the last half of the twentieth century, and charts itsfuture direction.
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The Jesuit Mission of Early Modern Times and
Protestant Beginnings Catholics Redux
Between Treaty Rounds
The Golden Age of Missions and the Sino
The Multiple Crises of Chinese Christianity
Roman Catholics from the mid 19205 until War with Japan
American became Beijing Bible bishops Boxer Cambridge Chen Chonggui Cheng Jingyi China Mission Chinese Christians Chinese church Chinese Protestant Christian communities Christianity in China church in China Church of Christ cities College Communist Conference converts Cultural Revolution Daniel H decades dynasty early Eerdmans Eighteenth Century elite emperor especially European evangelical evangelists foreign missionaries Foreign Missions Fuzhou Gong Grand Rapids Guomindang Hong Kong Hong Xiuquan imperialism institutions issue Jesuits Jesus Family Khanbaliq late leaders leadership Lian Xi Maryknoll missionaries Missions in China Modern China Nanjing Nestorian nineteenth century North China officials Orthodox pastors Pentecostal political priests Protestant Missionary Province Qing Qing Dynasty reform religion religious revival Ricci role rural Russian scholars schools seminary SFPE Shandong Shanghai Sichuan Society Stanford University Press Student Volunteer Movement Taiping Theological Tianjin translation treaty True Jesus Church TSPM twentieth century Wang Wang Mingdao Watchman Nee Western YMCA