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ChinaChristianDaily

Purdue University Launches Online Spiritual Atlas of the Global East-Hong Kong

China Christian Daily
Purdue University Launches Online Spiritual Atlas of the Global East-Hong Kong
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How believers in China keep the faith under Xi Jinping’s watchful eye

ABC (Australian Broadcast Company)
How believers in China keep the faith under Xi Jinping’s watchful eye
Fenggang Yang, a professor of sociology and director of Purdue's Center on Religion and Chinese Society, is the author of "Religion in China: Survival and Revival Under Communist Rule." Yang, who was one of the first to study the sociology of religion in China, has been collecting data since 2000. His new book, which was published by Oxford University Press this fall, looks at religion under communism from the 1950s to 2010. (Purdue University photo/Andrew Hancock)

Dr. Yang And His Purdue CLA Team Advance The Boundary Of Sociology By Mapping Religious Practices To Explain Major Cultural Changes In The Global East (East Asia)

Purdue News
Dr. Yang And His Purdue CLA Team Advance The Boundary Of Sociology By Mapping Religious Practices To Explain Major Cultural Changes In The Global East (East Asia)
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Hong Kong arrests a Catholic priest for siding with democrats

The Economist
Hong Kong arrests a Catholic priest for siding with democrats
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Book Release: First Atlas Picturing China’s Religious Landscape

China Christian Daily
Book Release: First Atlas Picturing China’s Religious Landscape
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Fenggang Yang illustrates how in communist China, religions have endured and thrived in Interfaith Lecture

The Chautauquan Daily
Fenggang Yang illustrates how in communist China, religions have endured and thrived in Interfaith Lecture
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New Chinese Decree Tells Religious Leaders to ‘Support the Communist Party’

VOA
New Chinese Decree Tells Religious Leaders to ‘Support the Communist Party’
Prison Sentence for Pastor Shows China Feels Threatened by Spread of Christianity

Prison Sentence for Pastor Shows China Feels Threatened by Spread of Christianity, Experts Say

TIME Magazine
Prison Sentence for Pastor Shows China Feels Threatened by Spread of Christianity, Experts Say
The Great Call of China: Churches Poised to Become Major Exporters. Hundreds pledge lives to missions at ‘Chinese Urbana’ as red tape rises. in Christianity Today

Praying for Hong Kong Can Be Politically Disruptive—Even in America

Christianity Today
Praying for Hong Kong Can Be Politically Disruptive—Even in America
In 1989

In 1989, China extinguished Tiananmen’s protests? but lit the spark for a releigious revival, June 2, 2019.

The Globe and Mail
In 1989, China extinguished Tiananmen’s protests? but lit the spark for a releigious revival, June 2, 2019.
Fenggang Yang, a professor of sociology and director of Purdue's Center on Religion and Chinese Society, is the author of "Religion in China: Survival and Revival Under Communist Rule." Yang, who was one of the first to study the sociology of religion in China, has been collecting data since 2000. His new book, which was published by Oxford University Press this fall, looks at religion under communism from the 1950s to 2010. (Purdue University photo/Andrew Hancock)

One year after Chinese pastor was first detained, Christianity still growing

Purdue News
One year after Chinese pastor was first detained, Christianity still growing
SCMP

Asia is ‘new hotbed of Christian persecution’ with situation in China worst since Cultural Revolution, report claims

South China Morning Post
Asia is ‘new hotbed of Christian persecution’ with situation in China worst since Cultural Revolution, report claims
Fenggang Yang, a professor of sociology and director of Purdue's Center on Religion and Chinese Society, is the author of "Religion in China: Survival and Revival Under Communist Rule." Yang, who was one of the first to study the sociology of religion in China, has been collecting data since 2000. His new book, which was published by Oxford University Press this fall, looks at religion under communism from the 1950s to 2010. (Purdue University photo/Andrew Hancock)

Religion in China is highly diverse by region, research shows

Purdue News
Religion in China is highly diverse by region, research shows
Reuters

In China’s Catholic heartland, Vatican deal brings Communist Party closer

Reuters
In China’s Catholic heartland, Vatican deal brings Communist Party closer
APnews

Vatican agreement with China draws concerns amid crackdown

The Associated press
Vatican agreement with China draws concerns amid crackdown
Xi’s ‘Atheist Ideology’ Driving Crackdown on Chinese Christians in CNSNEws

Xi’s ‘Atheist Ideology’ Driving Crackdown on Chinese Christians

CNSNEws
Xi’s ‘Atheist Ideology’ Driving Crackdown on Chinese Christians
Religious Persecution Is on the Rise. It’s Time for Policymakers and Academics to Take Notice in Foreign Policy

Religious Persecution Is on the Rise. It’s Time for Policymakers and Academics to Take Notice

Foreign Policy
Religious Persecution Is on the Rise. It’s Time for Policymakers and Academics to Take Notice
Conservatives in Catholic Church close ranks to stall dialogue with China

Conservatives in Catholic Church close ranks to stall dialogue with China, but won’t succeed: analysts

Global Times
Conservatives in Catholic Church close ranks to stall dialogue with China, but won’t succeed: analysts
Christians of China and of the world ‘spiritually united’ by Our lady of Sheshan in AsiaNews.it

Christians of China and of the world ‘spiritually united’ by Our lady of Sheshan

AsiaNews.it
Christians of China and of the world ‘spiritually united’ by Our lady of Sheshan
Why the Chinese government is targeting young Christians in its latest crackdown in America Magazine

Why the Chinese government is targeting young Christians in its latest crackdown

America Magazine
Why the Chinese government is targeting young Christians in its latest crackdown