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Jesus in Beijing : how Christianity is transforming China and changing the global balance of power
AuthorAikman, David
Pub. LocationWashington, D.C.PublisherRegnery Publishing
Date2006Phys. Desc.344 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
LocationAdmin. OfficeCall NumberBR1288.A35 2006
Jesus in Beijing : how Christianity is transforming China and changing the global balance of power / David Aikman.
Includes bibliographical references and index.

Revised trade paperback edition of work originally published in 2003, with an additional chapter covering the period 2003-2006, additional appendices, and an expanded index. Author is former Beijing bureau chief for Time magazine.

Contents: Jesus comes to Beijing -- Pathfinders -- Patriarchs -- Uncles -- Aunts, nephews, and nieces -- Seminaries: training a new generation -- Early years of the "state church" -- After the cultural revolution -- China's "Jerusalem" -- Back to Jerusalem -- Catholics -- Persecution -- Artists, writers, and academics -- Foreigners -- China's Christian future? -- Developments since 2003

E-book also available as of May 2017 for USF affiliates via EBSCO eBook Subscription Academic Collection.

Subject(s)Christianity and politics--China
China--Religion--21st century
Christianity--China--21st century
Rec. TypeBookLanguageEnglish
CollectionRicci Institute [AEC]EditionRevised and enlarged ed.Rec. #19239
ISBN0895261286 ; 9780895261281OCLC85856520