For a Reformed Seminary in China

In my last article (Feb–Mar issue) brought to our attention the need of establishing a Reformed Seminary in China. A general picture was drawn with reference to the present situation in Chinese theological institutions. Its need was further explained by stressing the necessity of starting and building up independent indigenous churches in that land, the consequent urgency […]

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A Reformed Seminary in China

It is an undeniable fact that the maintenance and growth of the Church of Jesus Christ in truth and in number is, humanly speaking, in a large measure determined by the competence, sincerity, and faithfulness of the shepherds who pastor and feed the flocks with necessary spiritual food. It is also generally agreed that prospective ministers […]

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