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CHRISTIANITY IN CHINA
Lang Lang / Reuters
China's Severe Crackdown On Crosses Leads To Outrage And Tears For Christians
By DIDI TANG, The Associated Press
"Aren't you ashamed of what you have done?"
Sunday Morning in Shanghai
Pastor and writer, living in Shanghai
Sunday morning is always crunch time for a preacher. Every preacher has his or her routine. But what if it's Sunday morning and you're in the People's Republic of China? That's what I was wondering when my wife accepted a position at Shanghai American School eight years ago.
THE WORLD POST
China's Communist Party Bans Believers, Doubles Down On Atheism
Karl Marx long ago disparaged religion as “the opiate of the people,” and now the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) wants to
China On Track To Become World's Largest Christian Country By 2025, Experts Say
Some experts, like Purdue University sociology professor Fenggang Yang, have no doubt, though, that China is on track to
Christian Persecution List: Africa Rises, China Falls On Open Doors' 2012 Roundup
By Religion News Service, Religion News Service
By Lauren Markoe Religion News Service WASHINGTON (RNS) The persecution of Christians "vastly rose" in 2012 as radical Islamists
Blind Justice in China
Mark Harril Saunders
Novelist, Assistant Director of the University of Virginia Press
Americans may have been surprised to read in news stories this week about the role of a Christian organization in the escape from house arrest of Chen Guangcheng, the blind human rights lawyer in China.
God Is Red: Why Christianity Flourishes In China
I wondered how it was possible for Christianity, a foreign faith, to find its way and grow in such isolated locations, where the vast modernization that was sweeping other parts of China had not yet reached.
The Relation Between Religion and Government in China
Thomas David DuBois
Senior Research Fellow, Australian National University
Many international observers fail to appreciate that religion in China has never been treated as a matter of personal choice. It's hard to imagine that the current regime would suddenly start to view things differently.
Study: Rising Religious Tide in China Overwhelms Atheist Doctrine
David Briggs writes the Ahead of the Trend column on religion ...
China has enforced its anti-religion policy through decades of repression, coercion and persecution, but the lack of success is spectacular, according to a major new study.
Chinese Christians: Leading the Way in Reconciling Our Religious and Scientific Selves
Jonathan D. Fitzgerald
Author, 'Not Your Mother’s Morals: How the New Sincerity Is Ch...
If understanding the value of a comprehensive worldview that comes from merging religion and science gives rest to the debate, perhaps it is time we follow our Chinese colleagues into these spaces in between our "two selves."
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