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Amity : At the cutting edge in China

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article33697
Author
Thompson, Terry (Teresa) Reilly
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Ministry Matters
Date
1997 Spring
Author
Thompson, Terry (Teresa) Reilly
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Ministry Matters
Date
1997 Spring
Volume
4
Issue
2
Page
14
Notes
The author, General Synod Archivist, attended an international meeting in Beijing. "With the help of our church partners in Hong Kong and China I was able to spend three weeks after the conference studying contemporary Christians in China and exchanging information and expertise about modern archives and records management". She visited the Amity Foundation office in Nanjing and spent time with the Rev. Stephen Ting, director of education and son of Bishop K.H. Ting. "The Amity Foundation has adopted the following goals as it moves toward the 21st century: To contribute to China's social development and openness to the outside world; To make Christian involvement and participation more widely known to the Chinese people; To promote friendship and exchanges between Chinese people and other countries, especially exchanges with NGOs of developing countries; To serve as a channel whereby the church involves itself in society and society come to know the church; To open up new paths of social service".
Subjects
Amity Foundation
Christians - China
Ting, Stephen Yanren, 1949-
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Anglican Communion News Service : China : Bishop Ting criticizes abuse of power against House Churches

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article29228
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
1994 Pentecost
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
1994 Pentecost
Issue
74
Page
29
Notes
"The leader of China's official Protestant church, Bishop K.H. Ting, has attacked communist cadres who `exceed their functions' and force the country's unregistered Christians underground through repressive tactics. During a speech to government religious leaders in Beijing Bishop Ting claimed that the gulf between the government-sanctioned Protestant Three Self Movement (TSPM) and the millions of Chinese unregistered Christians was being exacerbated by `cadres who still harbour a bias toward religion'. Bishop Ting made the charge in a 29 January [1994] speech".
Subjects
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Three-Self Movement
Christians - China
Church and state - China
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Anglicans host China meeting

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article30582
Author
Davidson, Jane
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
2003 April
Author
Davidson, Jane
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
2003 April
Volume
129
Issue
4
Page
7
Notes
The Anglican Church's national office hosted a portion of a recent six-day visit of a China delegation on religious freedoms. Security was heavy because of threats received.
Subjects
China Christian Council - Relations - Canadian Council of Churches
China - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Christians - China
Church and state - China
Freedom of religion - China
Mann, Andrea
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Archbishop of Canterbury's visit to China: Bishop David Urquhart's Diary 7th-23rd October 2006

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article34160
Author
Urquhart, David A. (David Andrew), 1952-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2006 Advent
2007 New Year
Author
Urquhart, David A. (David Andrew), 1952-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2006 Advent
2007 New Year
Issue
124
Page
4-6
Notes
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, and Mrs. Jane Williams, spent 15 days in China (7-23 October 2006), at the joint invitation of the China Christian Council, the Three Self Patriotic Movement and the State Administration for Religious Affairs. Account written by David Urquhart, Bishop of Birmingham, who was a member of the visiting party.
"What we did see were vibrant congregations in urban and rural settings both in Sunday services and mid-week meetings. What we did hear were challenging testimonies of courage when opposed and conversion to Jesus Christ. What we did encounter were expanding buildings for worship, disciple-making and theological training. In addition to the Archbishop's addresses and sermons, lectures and discussion on women's theology and other topics by Mrs. Williams were well received".
Subjects
Williams, Rowan D. (Rowan Douglas), 1950-
China - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
China - Description and travel
China Christian Council
Three-Self Movement
Church and state - China
Christians - China
Amity Foundation
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Becoming a Christian in China

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article21030
Author
Lefevere, Patricia
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Yes
Date
1996 July - September
Author
Lefevere, Patricia
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Yes
Date
1996 July - September
Page
15-17
Notes
Profile of a Chinese woman pastor, the Rev. Gao Bing, one of 264 clergywomen in the (Protestant) China Christian Council. Some 2,00 Christians worship at Gao's church but "there are no accurate figures for the number of Protestant Christians throughout China. A conservative official figure of 6.5 million in 1992 is considered `a highly deflated estimate'. Respected Chinese researchers believe that 20 million is a more realistic estimate. A figure of at least four million Roman Catholics needs to be added to the total ... [and] the number of Christians is growing across China, especially in rural areas. They gather at `meeting points' or `house churches', loose terms that include all Protestant communities in China not under the jurisdiction of the CCC [China Christian Council] and its Three Self Patriotic Association."
This article has been edited for length and is reprinted from One World with permission.
Subjects
Gao, Bing
China Christian Council
Women clergy - China Christian Council
Christians - China
House churches - China
Church and state - China
Three-Self Movement
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Born among us : in China

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article34225
Author
Amos, Clare
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2006 Advent
2007 New Year
Author
Amos, Clare
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2006 Advent
2007 New Year
Issue
124
Page
52-53
Notes
The author, currently Anglican Communion Director of Theological Studies, describes two resources which focus on the depiction of Christ in world art and the inculturation of Christianity. Some years ago the USPG (United Society for the Propagation of the Gospel), in cooperation with the Methodist Church in Britain, produced "an innovative pack of pictures and written materials called 'The Christ We Share' -- with contextual images of Christ from around the world. Many of the images were striking, some were controversial, all were thought-provoking." A new resource has now been produced. "Born Among Us" is "explicitly intended for 'all age' worship contexts, and for children in both church and school settings. It contains good quality visual images, information about the pictures and about the celebration and understanding of the birth of Christ in different countries of the world, suggestions for linked creative activities, songs and carols from a variety of countries, and the outline of a specially written nativity play which would help churches and schools pull together the ideas linked with the different and rich contents that the pack explored". Ms. Amos comments particularly on the section of "Born Among Us" that describes China with information about Chinese Anglican bishop Shen Zi Gao, and Chinese Christian artists Xu San Chun and He Qi. Includes a translated Chinese Christian prayer.
Subjects
Jesus Christ - Art
Christian art and symbolism
Art and religion
Christianity and culture - Anglican Communion
Christianity and culture - China
Christians - China
Christians - China - History
Holy Catholic Church in China - History
Shen, Zi Gao (Zigao), 1895-1982
Xu, San Chun
Qi, He, 1951-
The Christ We Share
Born Among Us
Christmas - Anglican Communion
Christmas - Study and teaching - Activity programs
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CCA Consultation with Church leaders from China, Hong Kong, 1981

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog1116
Publication Date
1981
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BR 1060 C46 1981
Place
[Singapore]
Publisher
Christian Conference of Asia
Publication Date
1981
Physical_Description
iv, 80 p. : ill.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Brought together in this booklet are the major papers presented at the historic consultation with Chinese Christian leaders held in Hong Kong [23-26] March 1981." -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction / Yap Kim Hao -- Consultation with Chinese Christians -- Big-power Relations in Asia : A General Survey / Lee Lai To -- The Church in China : Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow / Peter Tsai -- Historical and Theological Perceptions of the Chinese Church / Ng Lee Ming -- Christian Witness in New China / Tsao Seng-chieh -- Christian Witness-Bearing in Chinese Political Life / Han Wen-zao -- Theological Education in New China / K.H. Ting -- Appendix I: A Call for Clarity: Fourteen Points from Christians in the People's Republic of China to Christians Abroad / K.H. Ting -- Appendix II: Comments in the Secular Press -- Appendix III: List of Participants.
Added Entry
Christian Conference of Asia
Han, Wen-zao
Lee, Lai To
Ng, Lee Ming
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Tsai, Peter
Tsao, Seng-chieh
Yap, Kim Hao, 1929-
Subjects
Christianity - China
Christians - China
Church and state - China
Three-Self Movement
Theological education - China
China - Church history - 20th century
ISBN
9971-948-02-8
Call Number
BR 1060 C46 1981
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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CCA Consultation with Church leaders from China : Hong Kong, March 23-26, 1981

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8291
Publication Date
1981
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BR 1060 C46 1981
Place
[Singapore]
Publisher
Christian Conference of Asia
Publication Date
1981
Physical_Description
iv, 80 p. : ill. ; 21 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"Published April 1981". -- verso of t.-p.
"Brought together in this booklet are the major papers presented at the historic consultation with Chinese Christian leaders held in Hong Kong [23-26] March 1981." -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction / Yap Kim Hao, General Secretary -- Consultation with Chinese Christians -- Big-power Relations in Asia : A General Survey / Lee Lai To -- The Church in China : Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow / Peter Tsai -- Historical and Theological Perceptions of the Chinese Church / Ng Lee Ming -- Christian Witness in New China / Tsao Seng-chieh -- Christian Witness-Bearing in Chinese Political Life / Han Wen-zao -- Theological Education in New China / K.H. Ting -- Appendix I: A Call for Clarity: Fourteen Points from Christians in the People's Republic of China to Christians Abroad / K.H. Ting -- Appendix II: Comments in the Secular Press -- Appendix III: List of Participants.
Colophon: Printed at Stamford College Press (Pte) Ltd., Singapore 1542.
OTCH Note: The Rt. Rev. K.H. Ting is an Anglican bishop. Participants included several Asian Anglicans.
Added Entry
Christian Conference of Asia
Han, Wen-zao
Lee, Lai To
Ng, Lee Ming
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Tsai, Peter
Tsao, Seng-chieh
Yap, Kim Hao, 1929-
Subjects
Christianity - China
Christians - China
Church and state - China
Three-Self Movement
Theological education - China
China - Church history - 20th century
ISBN
9971-948-02-8
Call Number
BR 1060 C46 1981
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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China : Bishop Ting reports church growth

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article10702
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Communion News Service (ACNS)
Date
1992 July
Author
Rosenthal, James M. (James Milton), 1951-
Whyte, Bob
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
1994 Advent
Author
Rosenthal, James M. (James Milton), 1951-
Whyte, Bob
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
1994 Advent
Issue
76
Page
13-21
Notes
Collection of articles and information about the visit of Archbishop George Carey to China in September 1994 at the invitation of the China Christian Council and the Three Self Movement. Includes text of Final Press Statement, background information and photos.
Also includes inset article "Behind the Mask -- China then and now" by the Rev. Bob Whyte, Consultant on China to the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Subjects
China
China - Church history
Christians - China
Church and state - China
Holy Catholic Church in China (Chung Hua Sheng Kung Hui)
China Christian Council
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Bible - Publication and distribution - China
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