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Joseph Fiennes to play Eric Liddell in Chinese Sequel to Chariots of Fire, by Kat Brown

June 24, 2015

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Liddell regarded as a hero in China: Winston Churchill arranged prisoner swap for the Olympic star’s release from Japanese prison camp only to have Liddell turn it down so a pregnant inmate could gain freedom instead

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Partnership not Persecution: A Modest Proposal for the Future of China and her Christian Intellectuals

November 11, 2014

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The current spiritual awakening on Chinese campuses could provide China with its best hope for a future of peace and prosperity. The moral strength provided by genuine Christian intellectualism could help shape the People’s Republic of China into the greatest nation on earth.

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Religion in China – Cracks in the Atheist Edifice, The Economist

November 10, 2014

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China’s Constantine Moment: After simmering in the countryside for decades, Chinese churches are exploding among young urban college educated professionals to such a degree that Chinese Christians now outnumber Communist party members. What’s an atheist state to do?

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A Critique of ALL Religions: Chinese Intellectuals and the Church, by David Jeffrey

July 13, 2011

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Follow up to: Partnership not Persecution: A Modest Proposal for the Future of China and her Christian Intellectuals by David Lyle Jeffrey in Books and Culture I was privileged recently to attend a conference on Marxism and Christianity in China. The venue was Tiantan University, close to the birthplace of Mao Zedong in Hunan province. More than ninety […]

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