Time to revise your view of unregistered believers in China

This piece argues for an updated and more nuanced understanding of the relationship between China’s unregistered groups of believers and the State: “In other words, The Heavenly Man or Randy Alcorn’s Safely Home must no longer shape our paradigm.”
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    1. I hope you’re referring to the way the e-mail and RSS feeds only provide the first so many characters (200, I think… I forget exactly) and then a bracketed message about going to the blog to see the full text and photos. I set that up on purpose because too many for-profit sites were importing our content (full text articles, photos, everything) automatically and without our permission. This makes it harder for them to do so, although it is annoying for readers. I wish there was another way, but for now that’s all I can do. If something else is going on, please let me know!

  1. The only trouble I experience is a delay in the access to the page. There is a considerable pause, but once it starts downloading, everything is fine.

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