Reprint

New Developments in Christianity in China

Edited by
May 2020
128 pages
  • ISBN978-3-03928-724-6 (Paperback)
  • ISBN978-3-03928-725-3 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue New Developments in Christianity in China that was published in

Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities
Summary
The phenomenal expansion of Christianity in China in recent years has attracted much scholarly and public attention. As the country continues to deepen its linkages with the rest of the world, Chinese Christian networks are spreading both within and outside the country. These networks link and crisscross at multiple scales and localities in China while strengthening interactions with overseas Chinese Christians and global Christianity. Many Christian groups throughout the country are harnessing the tremendous potential of new media, such as the internet and mobile apps, to share religious messages, participate in rituals, access information, create online communities, and to evangelize. Chinese Christians have also begun exerting their influence outside China through activities such proselytism, charity work, and development projects. This volume presents cutting edge research by scholars working in the field of Christianity in China, providing valuable insights into how Chinese Christianity is evolving and how it is shaping the country and beyond.
Format
  • Paperback
License
© 2020 by the authors; CC BY-NC-ND license
Keywords
China; Christianity; spirituality; work; workplace; social engagement; China; Catholic church; Regulation on Religious Affairs; Chinese legislation; sinicization; patriotism; christianity in China; catholicism; religious life; gender studies; Chinese Christianity; Chinese Diaspora; transnational religion; migrant entrepreneurship; globalization; Europe; Christian mission; Christianity; Reformed church; Calvinism; urbanization; theology; China; religious giving; Christianity; technology of the self; moral economy; Christian morality; digital religion; WeChat; China; Protestant Christianity; “public”; “counterpublic”; “alter-public”; authoritarian state; n/a