January 3, 2013

China's Unorthodox Version of Christianity

H.D.S. Greenway, RealClearWorld

As the dominant religion in Europe, North and South America, Christianity is viewed as force for traditional values and stability. In the beginning, however, Christianity was seen as a revolutionary and destabilizing force - a threat to the Empire of Rome.

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