Redefining liberalism

Maria Niechwiadowicz


In the context of America, I consider myself a liberal-minded Christian. One who interprets scripture with a progressive mindset and emphasizes the importance of living out the life and practices of Jesus Christ. But liberalism in China has a slightly different connotation, one that I have been reading eagerly about this week. I want to share two articles that provide detailed perspectives on the Liberal or Reformed Church in China and how various church groups are responding. I hope that these reads will provide you insight and a means of prayer focus, as they have for me:

Rise of Liberalism in China by Wei Zhou

Reformed Theology by Paul Peng

*Picture of a Catholic Church I came across in Huangshan this week.