Author: Yamamoto Sumiko
Publisher: The Toho Gakkai/The Institute of Eastern Culture; First Edition edition (2000)
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Protestant Christianity entered China in the early 19th century, taking root in a significant way during the Qing dynasty. Some historians consider the Taiping Rebellion to have been influenced by Protestant teachings. Since the mid-20th century, there has been an increase in the number of Christian practitioners in China. According to a survey published in 2010 there are approximately 40 million Protestants in China.
16 Yamamoto, History of Protestantism in China, 11.
16 Yamamoto, History of Protestantism in China, 114. 17 Winfried Glüer, Christliche Theologie in China: . 20 Yip, China and Christianity, 135. 21 Paul Varg even argued that such a realization contributed to American missionaries' decision to support treaty revision in the late 1920s ( The missionary response to the Nationalist Revolution, in Fairbank (e., The Missionary Enterprise in China and America, 311). 22 John Fitzgerald, Awakening China: Politics, Culture and Class in the Nationalist Revolution (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1996), 14.
History of Protestantism in China: The Indigenization of Christianity. This book is a pioneering work of intellectual history that transformed our understanding of the relationship between Christian theology and the development of science. Fenjin de licheng: zhongguo jidujiao de bensehua 奮進的歷程：中國基督教的本色化. The author explores the metaphysical foundations of modern science and shows how, by the 1600s, theological and scientific thinking had become almost one.
Christianity in China appeared in the 7th century, during the Tang dynasty, but did not take root until it was reintroduced in the 16th century by Jesuit missionaries
Christianity in China appeared in the 7th century, during the Tang dynasty, but did not take root until it was reintroduced in the 16th century by Jesuit missionaries. Today, it comprises Catholics, Protestants, Evangelicals and a small number of Orthodox Christians
Published: 1 January 2002.
Published: 1 January 2002. by SAGE Publications.
HISTORY OF PROTESTANTISM IN CHINA: The Indigenization of Christianity published in March 2000 is a revised and enlarged English version of the Chūgoku Kirisutokyō-shi Kenkyū by the late Dr. YAMAMOTO Sumiko. Classical japanese grammar illustrated with texts.
Sumiko Yamamoto, History of Protestantism in China: The Indigenization of Christianity (Tokyo: Tōhō . Some examples of coalitions included the Church of Christ in China (Zhonghua Jidujiao Hui) and the National Literature Association (Zhonghua Jidujiao Wen She).
Sumiko Yamamoto, History of Protestantism in China: The Indigenization of Christianity (Tokyo: Tōhō Gakkai, 2000), 134–138. Daniel Bays, The Growth of Independent Christianity, in Christianity in China: From the Eighteenth Century to the Present, ed. Daniel H. Bays (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1996), 308–309. Yamamoto, History of Protestantism in China, 59–96.
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