Political soul-searching

Preston, Gene R.
January 1997
Christian Century;1/22/97, Vol. 114 Issue 3, p68
Focuses on the debate among Christian churches in Hong Kong over how to relate to China after its takeover of the territory in July 1997. Chinese government's courting of the religious establishment in Hong Kong; Disagreement among churches about the proper way to relate to China's diplomatic and political overtures.


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