Enduring Church, The
In 1949 there were fewer than one million Protestant Chinese Christians. Today they number more than 12 million. The Chinese Christian church has finally come into its own.
That vitality is amply documented in The Enduring Church which offers glimpses of present-day church life in China through quotes and stories: about the meaning of faith amid political change and turmoil; about the importance of lay leadership; about the challenge posed by women for a church still dominated by men Perhaps most important, people tell of their sense of unity - their commitment to a diverse but basically uniting church.