Protestantism was brought to China in the early 19th century and had 16 millions followers by 2002, which is the rapidest growth among the five major religions in China. This chapter addresses the history and status quo of Protestantism in China by probing into its influence, preaching and charitable endeavors.
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In Chinese (Mandarin) with Chinese and English subtitles ; User's guide in Chinese and English.
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