Builders of the Chinese Church: Pioneer Protestant Missionaries and Chinese Church Leaders
"From 1807, when the first Protestant missionary arrived in China, to the 1920s, when a new phase of growth began, thousands of missionaries and Chinese Christians labored, often under very adverse conditions, to lay the groundwork for a solid, healthy, and self-sustaining Chinese church. Following an Introduction that sets the scene and surveys the entire period, 'Builders of the Chinese Church' contains the stories of nine leading pioneers: seven Western missionaries and two Chinese. Here we meet Robert Morrison, the heroic translator; Liang Fa, the first Chinese evangelist; missionary-scholar James Legge; J. Hudson Taylor, founder of the China Inland Mission; converted opium addict Pastor Hsi, Overcomer of Demons; Griffith John and Jonathan Goforth, both indefatigable preachers; and the idealistic advocates of education and reform, W.A.P. Martin and Timothy Richard. Readers will be inspired by their courage, devotion, and sheer perseverance in arduous work, and will gain a better understanding of the origins of the two ´branches═ of today═s Chinese Protestantism."
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Missionary Mediator Surprising Saint Christopher D Hancock
Leader in Chinese Indigenization Jonathan A Seitz
Linking Chinese Evangelical Spirituality with CrossCultural Engagement Lauren Pfister
Faithful Pioneer Missionary Noel Gibbard
Advocate for Chinas Inland Millions G Wright Doyle
Pioneer of Progress in China G Wright Doyle
Overcomer of Evil through Prayer and Preaching Yading Li with G Wright Doyle
A Missionary Who Impacted the Late Qing Dynasty Wenzong Wang
Tireless Evangelist and Revivalist G Wright Doyle
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