The Love of God in China: Can One be Both Chinese and Christian?
This well-researched and thorough work presents Chinese Christianity in a way that will lead Christians and others to better understand their faith and China. The Love of God in China examines various aspects related to Christianity in this socialist country, including:
Author John Peale objectively presents the competing and conflicting positions of the diverse Chinese Christian groups. As he identifies the challenges faced by Christian individuals and churches in China, he not only suggests resolutions, but also proposes what Western Christians could learn from their Chinese family in the faith. Peale explores the ways Christianity can be submerged into Chinese culture.
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Christianity in China
The Christian Churches and the Chinese State
The Mechanisms of Party and State Control
Control of Christianity and Religious Persecution
The Current Status of the Christian Churches
Attitudes of Chinese People
General Characteristics of Chinese Theology
The Theology of Bishop K H Ting
Theology and Ecclesiology in the House Church
Roman Catholic Theology
Contextualization of Christianity in China
Suggested Solutions to These Problems
What Western Christians Have to Learn from
MissionaryInfluenced Theology and the Other
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The Love of God in China: Can One Be Both Chinese and Christian?
No preview available - 2005