Tag: Center on Religion and Chinese Society

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3 Questions: Sinicization or Chinafication?

More new religious regulations? What do they mean for the church in China?

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“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.

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An Indiana Zuotan (Informal Discussion)

Last week, on my way home from giving two days of lectures at Taylor University, I had the opportunity to visit the Center on Religion and Chinese Society, at Purdue University in Lafayette, IN.