BJ Arthur

BJ Arthur (pseudonym) has lived in China for many years and was in Beijing in June 1989.

Blog Entries

John Song: Modern Chinese Christianity and the Making of a New Man

A Book Review

"A colorfully descriptive and meticulously documented" biography of John Song.

Supporting Article

“The Spirit in Fire and Wind”

An Opportunity for Silent Artists to Converse

In the spring of 2019, ten of China’s highly respected Christian artists gathered at Purdue University to freely display and discuss their work with each other and a fascinated public. Only now is art being encouraged in the church, but this connectedness of art and faith is providing a refuge for artists in this increasingly difficult time.

ChinaSource Quarterlies

A Song in the Night

Chinese Christian Art as Sower, Sustainer, and Disseminator of a Faith Immured
Vol. 21, No. 4

Winter 2019

Editorials

Art—a Pathway to the Heart, Soul, and Mind

A word from the guest editor . . .

Supporting Article

When Will “Messiah” Return . . . to Beijing?

In 2001, Handel’s Messiah was performed in Beijing’s Forbidden City conducted by Timothy Su Wenxing (苏文星 ), a Christian. When he took the podium, he displayed a public manifestation of faith seldom seen in the PRC. When will Handel’s Messiah again be performed in China?

Blog Entries

When Meridians Guide Needles Not Ships

All that the layman could ever want to know about the historical development and philosophical roots of both Chinese and Western medicine in a condensed and readable form: that is Dr. Pak-Wah Lai’s gift to the readers of The Dao of Healing

Blog Entries

Sinicization: China Only for the Chinese

Sinicization attempts to close the Chinese mind to all that is not CCP-approved and to once again shut the window on the world.

Book Reviews

Be Amazed, Encouraged, and Challenged for Under $10

A Book Review

This concise volume on the life of Morrison challenges with the description of the difficulties he overcame and the prolific amount of translation work he achieved.

Blog Entries

Great Books of China

A Book Review

In this anthology of sixty-six works, Frances Wood provides a succinct but rich overview of the “doings” of the oldest continuous civilization on earth.

Lead Article

When the Pillar Moves: Transition and Providential Grace

Ministry transitions occur for a variety of reasons, but God is faithful and directs the paths of each person and family.