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~ Most Recent Analysis ~

Chinese Christianity: An Interplay between Global and Local Perspectives

Review by Dr. G. Wright Doyle August 15, 2014
This volume contains papers written by Peter Ng over a period of fifteen years, presented in chronological order of publication with the purpose of illustrating his own intellectual journey, especially regarding the concept of Chinese indigenous Christianity, and the re-discovery of local Christianities and the Chinese side of the story. His goal is to elaborate on the theme of a new understanding of Chinese Christianity from a global-local perspective. Continued »

The Chinese Church: The Next Superpower in World Mission

Review by Dr. G. Wright Doyle July 23, 2014
In this important article, Kevin Xiyi Yao, Associate Professor of Global Christianity and Asian Study at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, addresses both the prospects for Chinese cross-cultural missions and the challenges facing this nascent movement. Continued »

~ Featured Analysis ~

The New Contexts and Challenges in China Today

By Kevin Xiyi Yao January 7, 2014
The context in which the Chinese Church lives is a fast-changing one. As China undergoes drastic social and cultural changes, the Church there is facing new realities and challenges. If the overseas churches continue to walk along with the Chinese Christians in a constructive way, it is absolutely necessary to understand the Chinese Church’s current dynamics in Chinese society and culture, and to adjust their approaches and strategies accordingly. Continued »