by Rod D. Martin
July 17, 2006
No one except God knows how many Christians there are in China, but 100 million (out of the total population of 1.3 billion) is a commonly-offered guesstimate. The rapid, recent spread of Christianity among urban professionals poses a particularly difficult problem for a government used to jailing uneducated rural people but unwilling to persecute those who are engineering China’s rapid economic progress.
Right now, Chinese Christianity is surging.
And see also: Jack Wheeler’s “The Handwriting on the Wall is Chinese”