|Christianity in late Ming China : five studies|
|Author||Dudink, Ad 杜鼎克|
|Pub. Location||Leiden||Publisher||Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden|
|Date||1995||Phys. Desc.||xi, 479 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.|
|Location||Digital Archives, and Hallway Cases||Call Number||BR1286.D83 1995|
|Christianity in late Ming China : five studies / door Adrianus Cornelis Dudink.|
Thesis (Ph. D.)--Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden, 1995.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
I. Nangong shudu (1620), Poxie ji (1640) and Western reports on the Nanking Persecution (1616/1617). -– II. The inventories of the Jesuit house at Nanking made up during the persecution of 1616/1617 (Shen Que, Nangong shudu, 1620) –- III. Shengchao zupoi (1623) by Xu Dashou: the date and background of the longest anti-Christian essay of late Ming times. –- IV. Zhang Geng, Christian convert of late Ming times: descendant of Nestorian Christians? -- V. The religious works composed by Adam Schall (1592-1666), especially his Zhuzhi qunzheng (1636), and his efforts (since 1640) to convert the last Ming emperor.
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