Christianity in China – Beijing Review
Articles from the Beijing Review about Christians, Christianity and its development in China:
– Becoming a Believer: The Bible has a major influence on many Chinese, including those who are not raised as Christians. [full text]
– Translation of the Bible in China: History of the Bible’s Chinese version and early missionaries in China [full text]
– Spiritual Growth: Protestant seminaries have developed in China over the past two decades, but religious training remains a challenge [full text]
– A Church Interrupted: The history of a German-built Protestant church in Qingdao offers a sketch of Christianity’s development in modern China [full text]
– Partners in Faith: A Bible ministry exhibition in the United States traces China’s church history and aims to enhance understanding between churches of the two countries [full text]
*See also Natinal Review Online’s “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” with David Aikman, author of the new book “Jesus in Beijing;” *BBC News’ “China’s Christians suffer for their faith“; *First Things magazine’s “China’s Christian History“, by Charles Horner, Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C.