There are numerous Christian literary works in the West, but, due to historical and political reasons in China, there have never been significant works in Chinese Christian literature. What is worth mentioning most is that in the history of modern literature, there have been literary works created with Christian ideas and consciousness.
In late April 2021, my colleagues and I visited five churches in Ningbo. Although entrance was not allowed into some of them because it was not Sunday, we still witnessed the glory of the temples of God. I would now like to share my impressions with you as follows.
The former site of the Swedish parish relic in Wuchang District, Wuhan, Hubei Province
The ten Christian buildings and historical relics in Wuhan include real cultural relics, which no longer belong to any church, nor are meetings or other religious activities being held there, while some are still being used by Christian churches or Christian organizations and medical charities.
The scene of “The Day is at Hand" Exhibition on April 3, 2021
Dr. Kevin Xiyi Yao’s new book The Hunan Bible Institute: A Stronghold of Fundamentalist Bible Training in China, 1916—1952 was released in Taiwan last month, introducing a history of the institute interwoven with the history of the fundamentalist movement in the early 20th century in China.