Counting Christians in China
Published on: August 17, 2010
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  • John Barker

    In the United States, I wonder when or if we shall see signs that the great universities in our country are beginning to rediscover their Christian heritage. I wonder what form an academically fashionable Christianity would take. The meditation techniques of Eastern faith may be blurred into neuroscience and psychology, but what of sin and forgiveness and life after death which play such central part in the lives of those who follow Jesus. For many of us the academy and empirical knowledge replaced the faith and the church of our youth, but many of us may not be so sure now.

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  • Interesting…numbers and statistics have a difficult time getting the facts straight, however, engaging religious thought, and presenting Christianity in a non-intrusive way seems promising. Thanks.

  • Soly

    Once if the Chinese government lift the restrictions on religions and their activities, the Christianity would grow much much faster. Even now a good number of people are getting attracted to faith and belief day by day.

  • jim Rushing

    Watching news tonight…CNN gave 25 million Christians in China with a population of one billion….that leaves 975 million non-Christians. Is that correct. CNN usually had good numbers. And does the Christians have a game plan, something that is extremely huge and highly worked/thought out with a very systematic approack to get the word out? I am so serious. I hope Our Christians think tank is full and working hard. Sincere…..Rushing, James. E.s

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  • Pastor Ng Daniel Gunawan

    Thank God really for Chritianity growth in China. we always support in prayer for mission anywhere on Wenesday evening. Attended by 50 up to 60 persons in evening fellowship prayer. God bless always.

  • Chinese

    God is great.

    He didn’t forget the people of China, and showed his mercy to his chosen ones. World, don’t envy the economic growth of China — see what God is doing in this country. Envy his grace.

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