What I Learned in China

Hertzke, Allen D.
March 2000
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar2000, Issue 101, p64
Presents the author's observations about religion and public life in China. Spiritual ferment taking place in the country; Chinese intellectuals' groping for moral and religious clarity; Curiosity about religion beyond academic interests; Attitudes toward free civil society.


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