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christians in china
As Chinese communism turned to violence, Zhao turned to Christ. Lian Xi tells her story in memorable fashion.
For the church in China, dying and rising is not just a doctrine. It's an incontestable fact.
The Upper Salween Valley is an inhospitable, sparsely populated place. It may seem like an unlikely place for a Christian community to thrive.
According to Lian Xi, radical Protestantism flourished in 20th-century China partly by distancing itself from the Western missionary establishment.