AbstractIntro -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- List of Figures -- Abbreviations -- Notes on Contributors -- Introduction "China's Christianity" and the Ideal of a Universal Church -- Chapter 1 Christianity Along the Warpath: The Anti-Christian Movement in Shantou during the Eastern Expedition (1925) -- Chapter 2 Imaging Missions, Visualizing Experience: American Presbyterian Photography, Filmmaking, and Chinese Christianity in Republican China -- Chapter 3 The 1670 Chinese Missal: A Struggle for Indigenization Amidst the Chinese Rites Controversy -- Chapter 4 Sealing Fate and Changing Course: French Catholicism and Chinese Conversion -- Chapter 5 Testing the Limits of Proper Behavior: Women Students in and beyond the Weimar Mission Schools in Qingdao 1905-1914 -- Chapter 6 Father Leonard Amrhein, CP: Missionary Zeal and Shared Experience of Suffering and Compassion with Chinese Catholics in Wartime and Late Twentieth-Century China -- Chapter 7 Adjustment and Advocacy: Charles McCarthy, SJ, and China's Jesuit Mission in Transition -- Chapter 8 Indigenizing the Prophetess: Toward a Chinese Denominational Practice -- Chapter 9 The Making of a Chinese Church: As Lived by Chinese Christians -- Chapter 10 Rapid Progress and Remarkable Accomplishments: The Study of Christianity in China by a New Generation of Chinese Scholars -- Index
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