What a difference a decade makes! Over the last ten years the nation of China and the Chinese Church have changed significantly; so has the world. It's a new China. It's a new Church. It's a new world. China's Cultural Revolution that ended in the late 1970s was followed by a 20-year-long spiritual harvest spanning the 1980s and 1990s. It was an awakening that many have called the greatest revival in history; but now we must face the reality that this phenomenal harvest is over. The year 2000 marked a turning point, the dawn of a new era. This important report brings to the fore the realities of the current situation and brings to the Church in China some crucial words of encouragement.
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About the Author
Brent Fulton is President of ChinaSource and the editor of ChinaSource Quarterly. Prior to his current position, he served as Managing Director of the Institute for Chinese Studies at Wheaton College. An avid China watcher, Dr. Fulton has written and taught extensively on the church in China and on Chinese social and political phenomena.