China's Christianity: From Missionary to Indigenous Church

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BRILL, Apr 24, 2017 - Religion - 316 pages
In China’s Christianity: From Missionary to Indigenous Church, Anthony E. Clark has compiled a group of original research contributions from scholars who confront what it means to be an “indigenous” Chinese Church.
 

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Contents

Introduction Chinas Christianity and the Ideal of a Universal Church
1
The AntiChristian Movement in Shantou during the Eastern Expedition 1925
21
American Presbyterian Photography Filmmaking and Chinese Christianity in Republican China
52
A Struggle for Indigenization Amidst the Chinese Rites Controversy
86
French Catholicism and Chinese Conversion
121
Women Students in and beyond the Weimar Mission Schools in Qingdao 19051914
141
Missionary Zeal and Shared Experience of Suffering and Compassion with Chinese Catholics in Wartime and Late TwentiethCentury China
175
Charles McCarthy SJ and Chinas Jesuit Mission in Transition
199
Toward a Chinese Denominational Practice
219
As Lived by Chinese Christians
247
The Study of Christianity in China by a New Generation of Chinese Scholars
267
Index
293
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