Joshua Sooter- Religion and Anti-Christian Movements in Twentieth-Century China
Joshua Sooter is a former Ph.D. student at New York University. He specializes in the history of modern China. Sooter describes the rise of the anti-Christian movements that emerged in early twentieth-century China, as part of a larger movement of protest against Western colonialism. He also highlights the discourses which defined the anti-Christian movements, and demonstrates that many of them served as important influences in later Chinese people's understandings of Christianity, including that of Mao Zedong.
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