2 edition of Chinese appeal to Christendom concerning Christian missions found in the catalog.
Chinese appeal to Christendom concerning Christian missions
Sir Reginald Fleming Johnston
|Statement||by Lin Shao-yang [pseud.]|
|LC Classifications||BV2080 .J6 1911a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||321|
|LC Control Number||11011676|
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欢迎奉献支持中信事工，请用以下方式 美国境内： 支票抬头：CCM 寄中信地址：PO BoxPetaluma, CA. 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 hiding, but not into hibernation (43). The religious condition of Christendom and missionary activity --The prospects of Christianity in the Far East --Missionaries and their methods --Missionary motives, the Chinese character, and the attitude of young China --Religious tolerance in China --Monasticism in China, Christian intolerance, and the conversion of aborigines --Revivalist methods in China --Emotional.
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Inhe entered into colonial service and worked in Hong Kong. After initial service in Hong Kong, Johnston was transferred to the British leased territory at Weihaiwei in on the coast of the Shandong Peninsula as a District Officer, working with Sir James Haldane Stewart mater: University of Edinburgh, Magdalen.
Providing a stirring appeal to western Christians to come to China and preach, this book inspired many to become missionaries in China—including J. Hudson Taylor. W.H. Medhurst (–) was a Congregationalist missionary to China and one of the first to translate the Bible into Chinese. Korean Christianity.
Chinese scholars of religion have reported that a large portion of the members of the networks of house or unregistered churches, and of their pastors, belong to the Koreans of China. The pastors of the Shouwang Church, a house church in Beijing noted for having been prosecuted by the government, are Koreans.
Fountain of Grace. The vision of a Chinese-language online Christian bookstore was born at the beginning of While talking to other brothers and sisters, it became apparent to us all that there were very few, if any, bookstores in Perth that sells Chinese Christian books.
Extra reading for interest: Starr, Chinese Theologians, Chapters 2 - 5 Gao Wangzhi, ‘Y. T. Wu: A Christian Leader Under Communism’ in ed. Daniel H. Bays, Christianity in China (Stanford: Stanford University Press, ) Emily Honig, ‘Christianity, Feminism and Communism: The Life and Times of Deng Yuzhi’ in ed.In these same decades, a Chinese church was born—a church that is today growing incredibly rapidly.
From toChristianity in China forsook its foreign origins and put on Chinese Author: Daniel H. Bays.Books. While many of the following books are out of print, copies can often be found at booksellers such as Discovering Missions.Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City Discovering Missions is a college-level textbook for "introduction to missions" classes.