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100 year old bloody rebellion in China against Scottish Presbyterians

Published on 28 December, 2016

A PRICELESS handwritten public proclamation has cast fresh light on the impact of a bloody rebellion on Scottish Presbyterians in China over 100 years ago.

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Sandy Sneddon, Asia Secretary for the Church of Scotland's world Mission Council displays the fragile scroll
The striking document, which is about two feet long and written in beautiful calligraphy, was issued by the Court of Emperor Kuang Hsu after the Boxer Uprising ended in 1901.

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G20: Beijing free Christians from five months in prison for subversion

G20: Beijing free Christians from five months in prison for subversion
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Ji Qingcao, Ji Qingcou, Ou Jinsi, Mei Xueshun and He Lijing were arrested in April on charges of public disorder and obstruction to the government. In fact, they were protesting the demolition of the Guankou Church. A Wenzhou Christian: The government is trying to pacify the area ahead of the summit of world powers.

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Chinese Christians Stand Firm as Crosses, Churches Demolished by Government

By LEAH MARIEANN KLETT (NEWS@GOSPELHERALD.COM) Jun 20, 2014 03:58 PM
The Sanjiang Church in Zhejiang Province was a target for demolition on April 28. A provincewide plan for urban development targets religious structures, official documents reveal.
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Chinese Christians Stand Firm as Crosses, Churches Demolished by Government

By LEAH MARIEANN KLETT (NEWS@GOSPELHERALD.COM) Jun 20, 2014 03:58 PM
The Sanjiang Church in Zhejiang Province was a target for demolition on April 28. A provincewide plan for urban development targets religious structures, official documents reveal.
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