|The Liberating gospel in China : the Christian faith among China's minority peoples|
|Author||Covell, Ralph R.|
|Pub. Location||Grand Rapids, MI||Publisher||Baker Books|
|Date||1995||Phys. Desc.||318 p. : maps ; 23 cm.|
|Location||Reading Room||Call Number||BV3415.2.C684 1995|
|by Ralph R. Covell.|
1. Melting Pot or Tossed Salad: Who are the Chinese? -- 2. An Ancient Goal: The Kingdom on the Roof of the World -- 3. Tibet: The Last Country to be Evangelized before Jesus Returns? -- 4. The Despised Serfs of Southwest China: The Liberation in Christ of the Miao -- 5. The Christian Mission North of the Great Wall in Mongolia and Manchuria -- 6. Evangelism on the Perpindicular among the Lisu People of Yunnan -- 7. The Crescent over Chinese Central Asia -- 8. The Hidden Chinese Muslims -- 9. A People Divided: The Tame Nosu of Yunnan and the Wild Nosu of Sichuan -- 10. Cutting the Ancient Cords: The Lahu and Wa are Liberated from Demons -- 11. Headhunters Turn to Christ: The High Mountain People of Taiwan -- 12. Why Did Some Receive and Others Refuse the Liberating Gospel? -- Bibliography -- Index.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 281-289) and index.
The Liberating Gospel in China presents missiological case studies of eleven minority peoples who share a single land mass and their varied responses to the gospel. No comparable study of these ethnic groups is available.