Chinese Theological Review: Volume 21

June 2008

Volume 21 of the Chinese Theological Review has just been published. It features articles from the recently held 8th Joint National Conference of the Standing Committees of the China Christian Council and Three-Self Patriotic Movement of Protestant Churches in China (CCC/TSPM), which met in Beijing in January, 2008.

CCC/TSPM and Nanjing Seminary Respond to Sichuan Quake

May 2008

The TSPM/CCC held a special event in their office building to pray and collect donations for victims of the Sichuan Earthquake.

Churches Affected by Sichuan Earthquake

May 2008

A preliminary account of the toll afflicted upon church members' lives and church buildings in the disaster area.

Dr. Kobia sends condolences to President Hu after disaster strikes Sichuan.

May 2008

Read the letter of condolences written by the general secretary of the World Council of Churches to President Hu Jin Tao, and also the subsequent letter sent to Dr. Kobia from Amity General Secretary Qiu Zhong Hui.

This, too, is Christianity. (speech by Qiu Zhonghui)

January 2008

This is the English translation of the speech delivered by Amity Foundation General Secretary Qiu Zhonghui, at the important 8th National Conference of the TSPM/CCC in January 2008.

New leaders elected at 8th National Conference of TSPM/CCC

January 2008

New leaders of the Chinese Protestant churches were announced on January 12th, 2008 in Beijing.


December 2007

The story of Christianity in China in the modern period, told through the biography of one of its most significant and controversial leaders. Author: Philip L. Wickeri

Primates of the Global South of the Anglican Communion visit China

November 2007

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Introducing the latest Chinese Theological Review

July 2007

In China, women are increasingly prominent in leadership positions in the churches, something which is unique in Protestant churches in East Asia. This volume highlights this trend with a selection of essays and a sermon by these women theologians. Here you will find the editor's introduction to the volume, as well as subscription information and relevant contact information.

Prosperity as a challenge: Gao Feng

June 2007

A lot of Chinese Christians have recently become rich. Their new prosperity came as an unprecedented challenge to the church in China, Rev. Gao Feng said during a talk he gave in Hannover (Germany). Donating as well as speaking out against widespread corruption and the widening gap between the rich and poor in China was the duty of Christians.