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e-Book The Church in China: How it Survives and Prospers Under Communism epub download

Author: Carl Lawrence
ISBN: 0871238152
Pages: 169 pages
Publisher: Bethany House Pub (January 1, 1985)
Language: English
Category: Politics & Government
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e-Book The Church in China: How it Survives and Prospers Under Communism epub download

by Carl Lawrence



The Church in China book.

The Church in China book. Carl Lawrence lived in Hong Kong and other p In spite of a repressive regime and the Cultural Revolution, China's body of believers is perhaps the largest in the world today! Mao's "Cultural Revolution" attempted to wipe out all vestiges of Christianity in China. How did this group of believers not only survive but grow under the intense persecution of a repressive regime? Carl Lawrence lived in Hong Kong and other parts of Asia from 1964 through 1979.

How did this group of believers not only survive but grow under the intense persecution of a repressive regime? Carl Lawrence lived in Hong Kong and other parts of Asia from 1964 through 1979.

The Church in China: How It Survives and Prospers Under Communism. Bethel House Publications, 1985. oceedings{Fielder1986TheCI, title {The Church in China: How It Survives and Prospers Under Communism.

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Find nearly any book by Carl Lawrence. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. The Coming Influence of China. by Carl Lawrence, David Wang. ISBN 9780963857538 (978-638575-3-8) Softcover, Shannon Publishers, 2001. Find signed collectible books: 'The Coming Influence of China'. This book gives you a greater understanding of the House Church movement in China. It could use a little better organization of the material to flow better for the reader, but that is easily overlooked. The depth of the information is worth the price of the book! God is using the Chinese in a great way to reach the unreached people of the world.

The Black Book of Communism: Crimes, Terror, Repression is a 1997 book by Stéphane Courtois, Nicolas Werth, Andrzej Paczkowski and several other European academics documenting a history of political repressions by Communist states, including genocide.

The Black Book of Communism: Crimes, Terror, Repression is a 1997 book by Stéphane Courtois, Nicolas Werth, Andrzej Paczkowski and several other European academics documenting a history of political repressions by Communist states, including genocides, extrajudicial executions, deportations, killing population in labor camps and artificially created famines. The book was originally published in France as Le Livre noir du communisme: Crimes, terreur, répression by Éditions Robert Laffont.

Spectres of communism, Санкт-Петербург.

Why did communism succeeded in China? How do Chinese feel about .

Why did communism succeeded in China? How do Chinese feel about communism? Is China's communism bad? Would the Chinese prefer a communist government or a democratic government? . So all in all, CCP has survived because it has evolved, continuously to meet the most important challenges and problems that it has faced. This can be seen in CCP policies across time. The CCP in itself is a diverse set of individuals who have diverse viewpoints. If you read this book you will understand why things in China do not remain the same or go only one way. You will also understand very well why many Chinese are using this time to get out.

In spite of a repressive regime and the Cultural Revolution, China's body of believers is perhaps the largest in the world today! Mao's "Cultural Revolution" attempted to wipe out all vestiges of Christianity in China. How did this group of believers not only survive but grow under the intense persecution of a repressive regime? Carl Lawrence lived in Hong Kong and other parts of Asia from 1964 through 1979. He directed thousands of hours of Christian radio programming beamed into Red China. Through contacts with many organizations, the author has been able to gather a wealth of documented information and thrilling testimonies concerning the underground (house) church in China. Students of church-growth and mission strategy will bind this a fascinating journey behind the Bamboo Curtain to look at China's Church today.
Gelgen
This is a great book. The writing makes you feel like you are there. The stories are heartbreaking and inspiring at the same time. It is a challenge for our prosperous church to consider what our true values should be. Reading this book is like getting a first hand account of the Book of Acts.
Warning: reading this book may make you discontent with shallow, materialistic church life.
Roru
An awesome book. A must read to help you understand pesecution in Christianity. It helps you develop a biblical view about persecution. In the end you will also see God is a sovereign God. He's in control no matter what.
Kigul
This series of accounts of christians behind the Bamboo Curtain serves to astound us in the West at how our Chinese counterparts suffer for their faith and service to Christ under such hostile conditions. This book is an amazing collection of instances too numerous to name of brave and faithful believers from whom we can learn what trusting God really means.
I recommend this to anyone who takes our freedom for granted. You will certainly have a new appreciation for what we are blessed with.
caif
This book is one of the most interesting non fiction books which I ever read; I regret that it is no longer in print.
Carl Lawrence provides the background and the history of the Chinese Church. He writes of the government sponsored church, the "Three Selves Movement"; he compares the spontaneous "house church" movement. Lawrence discusses where these movements began, and where they are going. He interrupts his narrative only to give testimonies -- amazing testimonies -- mirroring the first century church as described in the Book of Acts.
Lawrence's description of the "house church" movement shows his love for the Chinese people. As a result of reading this book, I have a great deal of respect for the writer, a better understanding of the Chinese church, and a greater heart for the persecuted church. I would encourage any Christian to read this book, and to pray for the persecuted Church.