The Amity Outlook is a quarterly publication reporting on the projects of the Amity Foundation and communicating the news related to the Protestant churches in China. Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of the Amity Foundation. Materials can be reproduced with acknowledgement.
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Christianity & Social Development in China
“What kind of Christianity will contribute to the development of a harmonious society?” “How do faith-based organizations contribute to building a harmonious society in the Chinese context?” “What kind of environment is necessary for the growth and development of FBOs?” Read what Catholic and Protestant leaders, renowned scholars, theologians and development practitioners from China and abroad have to say on the strengths and weaknesses of Chinese FBOs, their importance to China’s development, the environment that nurtures them, their partnership with INGOs, and the prospects for their continued growth and development. For orders and further information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
With 30 years of exploration, accumulation, heritage and innovation, Amity's Education and International Exchange Division informs you about our latest developments in the Echo, our bulletin about our work on international exchange.
Amity - Education and International Exchange
Adhering to the mission of the Amity Foundation, the Education and International Exchange Division aims to contribute to educational development in China, to promote cultural exchange between Chinese young people and those from overseas, and ultimately to maintain world peace and stability and promote common development of mankind. Main programs of Amity's international exchange and education programs can be found in this booklet.
Chinese Theological Review
CTR is one of the few—perhaps the only—journal focusing on the Protestant churches in China to present Chinese voices directly, taking a more documentary approach by providing translated theological essays, church statements, sermons, etc. for an English-language readership. Published since 1985, the Chinese Theological Review is a publication of the Foundation for Theological Education in South East Asia. Subscription information can be obtained from email@example.com. Back issues are available.