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Finding God in Ancient China

How the Ancient Chinese Worshiped the God of the Bible

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Finding God in Ancient China is a sweeping historical, cultural, and linguistic tour through the history of China that seeks to connect the God of the Bible with ancient Chinese language, traditions, and rituals.
While many consider early Chinese history to be composed of myths, fables, and legends, in Finding God in Ancient China author and scholar Chan Kei Thong believes that the language, stories, and rituals actually occurred during this time period and honored a creator who has since been forgotten in modern Chinese culture. According to Thong, after the division of nations at the Tower of Babel one of the groups journeyed across the Asian continent and settled in what is today the region of China. It was this group of people who established the first Chinese culture known as the Long Shan. And from this culture the first ruling dynasty, the Xia Dynasty, would emerge. Thong claims that the writings, beliefs, actions, and language conventions that were employed by the Xia Dynasty all point to a belief in the one true God; the same God who confused the languages at Babel and is today the God of the Christian faith. 'Finding God in Ancient China is a remarkable achievement, a profound examination of China's cultural origins and history as a reflection of a continuous Chinese cultural sense of a connection with the divine. This book is already having a profound impact in China in a Chinese version. Everyone interested in Christianity in China should read it.'
Contributor(s) Chan Kei Thong , Charlene L. Fu
About the Contributor(s) Chan Kei Thong
Chan Kei Thong is President of LDi, Inc, a U.S. company that provides executive coaching, leadership training, and operates five international schools in China. Born and educated in Singapore, he received his MBA from California State University and travels extensively for speaking engagements. He and his wife, Lisa, have lived in China for over 20 years. They have three children.

Charlene L. Fu
Charlene L. Fu has lived and worked in Beijing since 1986, first as a foreign correspondent for the Associated Press wire service, and later as the editor of a Chinese-language quarterly magazine published by the U.S. State Department.
UPC 025986292386
ISBN-10 0310292387
ISBN-13 9780310292388
Release Date Aug 31, 2009
Weight (lbs) 1.3200
Height 9.25
Width 7.5
Length 352.00
Length Unit Pages
Publisher Zondervan
Price $24.99
Format Paperback
Language English

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