Articles in this Issue
Back to Jerusalem
A Difficult Subject
Editor's Note: This editorial originally appeared in "Beyond Back to Jerusalem" (CS Quarterly, 2006 Spring).
Beyond "Back to Jerusalem"
An overview and assessment of the "Back to Jerusalem" movement.
Chinese Christianity and Global Mission
With the enthusiasm of China's global ambition and the rapid growth of the Chinese Christian communityone of the fastest growing churches in modern times with unofficial figures ranging from 35 million to 80 millionone may easily speculate on a merging of these two elements into a new missiological movement. These...
A Piece of the Puzzle
Training Mainland Chinese to be Cross-Cultural Missionaries
Among all debates and controversies about the Back to Jerusalem (BTJ) phenomenon, the issue of training Chinese missionaries seems to have fallen on the sidelines. More attention has been given to issues such as the controversial number of 100,000 missionaries, abuse of the genuine grass-root missionary spirit, and who has...
Back to Jerusalem
A Moving History
The "Back to Jerusalem" movement can be traced back to a vision for evangelism which God gave to several different indigenous Chinese Christian mission movements in the 1940s.
View from the Wall
The Present and Future of the BTJ Movement
A View from the Church in China
In the following article, I affirm Back to Jerusalem's (BTJ) significance and commend these principles to the people of the twenty-first century. BTJ is a missionary vision received by Chinese pastors in the 1940s.
WU Xi (pseudonym) has been involved in China ministry since Deng Xiaoping's 1979 Open Door Policy changed China. Wu has been involved with both international and indigenous churches, networks and agencies, both in receiving and sending. Wu is also a frequent speaker in many international events and is widely recognized as... View Full Bio