From the Christian Advocate and Journal, an article about China’s intriguing long history, which spans about three thousand years and is the oldest recorded history of any one nation. The article is interested in China’s ties to biblical literature, and admits that though the people are currently rude and defective, particularly in the ways they practice religion, study of China’s prestigious history may provide better insight into the Sacred Scriptures. The writer notes that threads of Christian ideals are woven throughout the Chinese religious perspective, and he explains various Chinese religious and philosophical beliefs to the best of his knowledge.
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