Religion: Reformation in China

Missionaries have now become a serious embarrassment to their Chinese Christian friends. This is one of the reasons why most U.S. Protestant missionaries are pulling out of China, according to Dr. Rowland M. Cross, Far Eastern missions secretary of the National Council of Churches.

Dr. Cross's statement last week was underscored by a report from Shanghai that more than 400 representatives of Chinese Christian organizations had formed a group with the resounding title: "Shanghai Christian Associations' Committee for Resisting American Aggression and Aiding Korea."

"We Chinese Christians," they said in a telegram to Mao Tse-tung, "have joined enthusiastically in the great movement ....

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