Tag: Reformed Faith

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How Can Chinese Christians Foster a Reformation Spirit?

Today Christians celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. But why?

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Reflections on the Reformation 500 and the Gospel Conference

We caught up with our friend Jackson Wu at the Reformation 500 conference in Hong Kong and asked him to share his reflections on the conference.

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Key Challenges

At the Reformation500 Conference in Hong Kong, we have had the opportunity to chat with believers from around the country about various topics. One of the questions we have been asking is this: What are the key challenges facing believers in China today?

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The Church’s One Foundation

Singing together with 3000 believers—The Church's One Foundation!

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“Theological Reflections on Urban Churches in China”

A Reformed Theologian Responds

Reformed theologian Bruce Baugus responds to the 2015 summer issue of the ChinaSource Quarterly, "Theological Reflections on Urban Churches in China."

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Calvinism on the Ground in China

In recent years Calvinism has become an increasingly common topic of discussion within Chinese Christian circles. This trend has not gone unnoticed, and many scholars of Christianity in China are working to document and understand the growth of Reformed Christianity within the mainland. 

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In Search of Structure

The Pull of Denominations in China

Chinese Church Voices is running a series of articles taken from a lengthy interview with a Reformed unregistered church pastor in China. The fact that the Christian website in China where the interview originated gave the topic such in-depth attention, and the fact that this particular pastor (and many others like him) are such strong advocates of Reformed theology, raise the question of why denominations have become so attractive to Christians in China.

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Reformed Theology and China’s Urban Church

Reformed theology has found fertile ground in China, particularly among urban unregistered churches.