Articles by "CCD contributor: Li Daonan"

Bing Xin's Christian Faith and Real Life

An account of a modern female Chinese Christian writer, her independence, her truthfulness and practice

Commemorating May Fourth Movement's 100th Anniversary: Christians Today Should Talk Less About Doctrine and More About Practical Issues

In Christianity, overemphasizing doctrine and glazing over issues, especially amongst college students who have just embarked on society, is particularly common and can be misleading to many.

The Spread of Christianity in Suzhou

A brief account of Suzhou ministry in the late Qing Dynasty.

In Memory of My First Christmas: to Be A Serious Christian

My first Christmas happened in 2005. It was the day that I was baptized.

One Sign of Christians: Be Normal People

I have known a friend for several years, but I had been not aware of his Christian identity until he told me.

Eyes through Century-old History: Why Is Today's Rural Church Declining?

Inheriting the basic doctrines of the CIM, the fundamentalist rural church only belongs to the past specific time and is incompatible with today's era.

Why Have Chinese Christians Kept Away from and Rejected Conclusion Chinese Christian Growth Is Stagnant and Declining?

The majority of Christians remained closed and rejected to the study of themselves after alienation from society for a long time.

Do Male-dominated Views of Marriage Still Exist in the Church?

Are there conflicting views on marriage in the Chinese church?