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2024, No. 2

News Update on Religion and Church in China
December 3, 2023 – March 28, 2024 PDF

He Guanghu
Preface for Ge Muzhi’s
Shengjing yaoyi shi jiang: xie gei 21 shiji Zhongguo zhishiren de shengjing sixiang daodu
圣经要义十讲: 写给21世纪中国知识人的圣经思想导读
(Ten Lectures on the Essential Teachings of the Bible: An Introduction to Biblical Thought for 21st Century Chinese Intellectuals), Taipei: Glory Publications 2024 PDF

Barbara Hoster
Auspicious, Changeable and Powerful. The Dragon in China PDF

Jacek Gniadek SVD
Father Antoni Koszorz SVD (1933–2023). A Missionary Never Retires PDF

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2012, No. 4

News Update on Religion and Church in China
July 2012 to September 2012 PDF

Peter O’Neill SSC
Models of Caring for Migrants in Taiwan PDF

Michael Lackner
Lessons from Matteo Ricci – Reflection on the Chinese-Western Transfer of Ideas by Matteo Ricci and Its Implications for the Chinese-European Encounter PDF

2012, No. 3

News Update on Religion and Church in China
March 22 to June 29, 2012 PDF

Interview with His Eminence Cardinal John Tong, Bishop of Hong Kong, July 17, 2012 PDF

Katharina Wenzel-Teuber
People’s Republic of China: Religions and Churches – Statistical Overview 2011 PDF

2012, No. 2

News Update on Religion and Church in China
December 2011 – March 2012 PDF

John B. Zhang
The Chinese Church’s Response to Migration within Mainland China (Part II) PDF, (Part I) PDF

Sigurd Kaiser
The Kingdom and Power: Elements of Growth in Chinese Christianity – Some Personal Insights PDF

2012, No. 1

News Update on Religion and Church in China
September 15 – December 4, 2011 PDF

Katharina Wenzel-Teuber
“Transcendent and Secular at the Same Time” – News from the Field of the Religious Media PDF

John B. Zhang
The Chinese Church’s Response to Migration within Mainland China (Part I) PDF, (Part II) PDF

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