Until comparatively recently, Christianity had made few major inroads into Chinese culture. Bays, one of the world's foremost authorities, expertly charts the history of outreaches: Nestorian, Jesuit, Protestant, Catholic, Russian Orthodox, and the underground church. Scrutinizes how Christianity survived Mao's purges and its surprising resurgence. 248 pages, softcover. Wiley-Blackwell.
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