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Official Protestantism in China

中国官方基督新教

In: Review of Religion and Chinese Society
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郭恺宁 University of Notre Dame, kkoesel1@nd.edu

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胡以之 University of Notre Dame, yhu3@nd.edu

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松凯义 University of Notre Dame, jpine@nd.edu

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What do we know about Protestant Christianity in contemporary China? How is it organized; where, why, and how is it growing; and how do we understand its evolving relationship with the party-state? The purpose of this article is to evaluate the state of official Protestantism in China and take stock of what we have learned. We do so in three ways. One is to identify the origins of state-sanctioned Protestantism; another is to evaluate conflicting claims about church size, growth, and demographics; and the third is to suggest directions for future study.

我们对于当代中国的基督新教有何了解?它是如何组织的?在何地、为何、以及如何发展?与“党国”之间有怎样的变化关系?本文从三方面探究中国官方新教:一、介绍中国官方新教的起源;二、比较、评估当前有关新教规模、发展、和信徒人口特征的矛盾言论;三、指出未来研究的方向。

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