Christian missions in China; evangelists of what? Edited with an introduction by Jessie G. Lutz.
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Missions - Chine.
Missions -- China.
Missions -- Chine.
Problems in Asian civilizations.
xx, 108 pages 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 104-108).
Goals and methods : a survey of changing mission goals and methods / Paul A. Varg -- Salvation from sin, the great need of the Chinese / Griffith John -- Missions, an agency for Christianizing Chinese civilization / F. Ohlinger -- Christianity as a social gospel / A.R. Kepler -- Christian evangelists, builders of foreign missions or of a Chinese church? / Celso Cardinal Costantini -- Christian conversion in China, source of shame or pride? / Joseph Rutten -- The roots of the anti-Christian tradition in China / Paul A. Cohen -- Return to the Great Way, the true Lord God : statements from the Taiping Rebellion -- Missionaries as disrupters of Chinese society : Boxer notices -- Jesus, the incarnation of universal love / Ch'en Tu-hsiu -- Missions, the cultural arm of Western imperialism / T'ang Liang-li -- Christianity, a religion of love spread by force / Hsu Pao-ch'ien -- Christian ideals implemented by Communism / Wu Yao-tsung -- The definition of the Chinese church in a Socialist society / Chao Fu-san -- Chinese tradition and Christianity newly reconciled / André Chih -- Christian missions as mediators of Western civilization / Kenneth Scott Latourette -- The changing character of Chinese opposition to Christianity / Joseph R. Levenson -- Opposing cultural traditions, barriers to communication / Charles P. Fitzgerald.
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