Christianity in China

Webinars

Where Are the Churches in China? And Why?

Geographical Patterns of Church Development

When thinking about missions, we don’t always consider geography, yet the five official religions in China are very geographically concentrated. Dr Fenggang Yang will discuss this in detail in an upcoming lecture.

Blog Entries

Towards Authentic Contextualization

A Reader Responds

That this non-Western contextualizing will leave many of our Western theologies and “brands” diminished or transformed could encourage us to repent for the scandal of our divisions…and to redouble our efforts to fulfill one of the final earthly prayers of Jesus that “we all be one.”

Blog Entries

Public Lecture: “The Rise of China and What It Means for the Church”

Attend the latest lecture in the series Exploring Christianity and Culture in China: Today and Yesterday, presented by the US-China Catholic Association, the China Academic Consortium, and ChinaSource.

Blog Entries

The Translation of the Bible into Chinese

A Book Review

Reading Peng’s book, alongside the research of many other scholars of the Chinese Bible, reminds China workers today of the very real merits of the Union translation as well as its prominence within the Chinese church.

Blog Entries

A Reader Responds to the 2021 Winter CSQ

Today’s author uses the analogy of human development to add nuance and detail to the story of China’s Reforming churches.

Chinese Church Voices

Top 10 Chinese Church Voices Posts in 2021

A look back at what caught your attention last year.

Blog Entries

Defying Western Expectations

Brent Fulton comments on the diversity of approaches in Reformed churches in China in this adaptation of his ChinaSource Perspective article from the winter issue of CSQ.

Editorials

Rising on a New Tide

From the desk of the guest editor.

Lead Article

China’s Reforming Churches, Continued

The author describes the distinctives of Reformed churches as well as some of the difficulties Reformed churches in China have faced in their commitment to Reformed theology. He highlights three observations about life and ministry in China’s reforming churches.

Supporting Article

Recent Characteristics of Reformed Churches in China

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Gudao has noted five new trends among Reformed churches. He details each of these and includes his observations.