Religion: New China Hands?

The Christian should approach Communists with love and good will . . . humility and confidence . . . [He] should be pro-Christian, not anti-Communist . . . [He] should approach Communists with intelligent understanding . . .

With these words, the missionary representatives of 61 Protestant denominations last week faced up to a tough missionary situation—the Communist conquest in China. Meeting at Buck Hill Falls, Pa. for their annual four-day get-together, 145 delegates of the Foreign Missions Conference of North America found themselves up against the problem of whether to keep missionaries in Communist-dominated areas. The delegates found they were in...

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