Names from God: The power of Protestant names in China

By Mark McLeister Zheng Shengjie, a second-generation Christian, is a young preacher and one of the leaders of a growing Three-Self-affiliated congregation in Huanghaicheng. Shengjie was originally named Zheng Xinkai by his mother, a clear reference to Deng Xiaoping’s ‘reform and… more
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Issue 2: Religion and Spirituality

By Editor Religion and spirituality are a crucial part of life, culture and politics in contemporary China. In spite of often brutal attempts at eradication during the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976), many different kinds of religion and spiritual practice have been… more
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