“Peace and Conflict in Asia: Missionaries and the Chinese Revolution”
In the early 20th Century, China was racked with warfare. Missionaries from the Church of the Brethren, one of the traditional peace churches, struggled to make sense of their situation as they advocated their own form of pacifism. In Associate Professor of History David Kenley’s lecture “Peace and Conflict in Asia: Missionaries and the Chinese Revolution,” he analyzes the effects of peacemaking on China and the Church during this important, violent period.
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