Change and Challenge in China
China Inland Mission
Written in English.
About the Book
In this book there are collected a number of articles dealing with different aspects of the work of Protestant Christian missions in China at the end of the first half of the 20th Century. They describe forces that confronted the missionary in China and information that would be of interest to anyone concerned about the progress of the gospel in that country.
No friend of the Chinese can fail to be interested and moved by the momentous happenings now taking place in that ancient civilization.
Table of Contents
|1||The Student Movement and the Rise of Nationalism||6|
|2||The Emancipation of Women||15|
|3||The Literary Renaissance||20|
|4||Present Influence of the Old Religions||26|
|5||Attitude of Chinese Toward Christianity||38|
|6||Spontaneous Expansion in Tribesland||42|
|7||Advance Through Literature||53|
|8||Formidable Fortresses (1) Islam||59|
|9||Formidable Fortresses (2) Lamaism||72|
|10||Formidable Fortresses (3) Tribespeople||82|
|11||Formidable fortresses (4) In China Proper||87|
|12||As the Chinese See Us: Strategic Weaknesses||91|
Mr Reynolds was a missionary in China with CIM from 1933 to 1951 and has an intimate knowledge of life in that country. He has an unusually sympathetic understanding of the Chinese mind and outlook.
The Physical Object
|Number of pages||99|
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