Religion: China Missions

Doubting Pauls have been unable to comprehend that Re-Thinking Missions, published last winter by the Rockefeller-sponsored Laymen's Foreign Missions Inquiry, gave a true picture of Christianity's status in the Orient. To confirm that picture, the Inquiry last week supplied them with Volume V of its source books—a combined volume of facts on Baptist, Congregational, Dutch Reformed, Episcopalian, Methodist and Presbyterian missions in China.*

The China report supports the general contentions of Re-Thinking Missions. The Laymen's Inquiry noted that Christian endeavor is out of line with current Oriental trends and advocated that Christianity...

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