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Chinese Theological Education, 1979-2006 by Marvin D. Hoff from Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
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  • Язык текста:
    eng
  • Издательство:
    Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
  • Привязка типа:
    Hardback
  • ISBN 10 :
    0802864805
  • ISBN 13:
    9780802864802
  • цена:
    49
  • Дата публикации:
    June 1, 2009
  • Количество страницу:
    470
  • высота:
    9 in
  • ширина:
    6 in
  • длина:
    1.18 in
  • вес:
    1.75 lb

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Located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company is an independent publisher of religious books, from academic books and reference works in theology, biblical studies, and religious history to popular titles in spirituality, social and cultural criticism, and literature. Found...

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Series: The Historical Series of the Reformed Church in America (HSRCA)

This book offers insight into the emergence of the Christian church after Mao's Cultural Revolution. While reports of Communist oppression have dominated American perceptions of church and state in China, this is an increasingly dangerous view as China changes. Dr. Marvin D. Hoff, as executive director for the Foundation for Theological Education in Southeast Asia, traveled at least annually to China for the period covered by this book. The original reports of his encounters with Chinese Christians, especially those involved in theological education, are a historic record of the church's growth -- and growing freedom. Interspersed with Hoff's accounts are reports of essays by Chinese and other Asian Christians. Introductory essays are provided by Charles W. Forman of Yale Divinity School, Daniel B. Hays of Calvin College, and Donald J. Bruggink of Western Theological Seminary.