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Change in China in the Sixteenth Century, by George L. Harris, 1967. The Missionary Approach to the Religions of China, by Rachel Mostrom Cllappell, 1946. Missionary Conscience and the Comprehension of Imperialism: A Study of the Children of American Missionaries to China, 1900-1949, by Sarah Margaret Refc Mason, 1978. Missionary Intelligencefrom China: American Protestant Reports, 1930-1950, by Bruce Stephen Greenawalt, 1974. Missionary Mother and Radical Daughter: Anna and Ida Pruitt in China, 1887-1939, by Marjorie King, 1985. Oberlin-in-China, 1881-1951, by Mary Tarpley Campfield, 1974. The Oriental Educational Commission 's Recommendation for Mission Strategy in Higher Education, by David Lloyd Lindberg, 1972. The Other May Fourth Movement: The Chinese "Christian Renaissance," 1919-1937, by Samuel D. Ling, 1980. Outline of a History of Missions in China, by E. B. Atwood, 1911. The PlaceofEducation in the Religious Redemption of China, by James Toy Williams, 1921. Political Activities of the Christian Missionaries in the T'ang Dynasty, by Lam Ch'i-hung, 1975. Protestant Christianity and Marriage in China, by Calvin H. Reber, 1958. Protestant Christianity in China and Korea: The Problem of Identification with Tradition, Spencer John Palmer, 1964. The Protestant Church in Communist China, 1949-1958, by James Herbert Kane, 1958. Protestant Missionary Publications in Modern China, 1912-1949: A Study ofTheir Programs, Operations, and Trends, by Ho Hoilap, 1979. The Protestant Missionary Understanding ofthe Chinese Situation and the Christian Task from 1890 to 1911, by C. William Mensendiek, 1958. Protestant Missions in Communist China, by Creighton Lacy, 1953. Reciprocal Change: The Case of American Protestant Missionaries to China, by Paul Voninski, 1975. The Role of the Chinese Church in World Missions, by Henry T. Ang, 1985. The Situation in Chinafrom a Sociological Point of View, by Charles R. Shepherd, 1913. Southern Baptist Contributions to Missions in China: A Survey of Investments and Achievements, by Park Harris Anderson, 1947. Southern Baptist Missions in China, 1945-1951, by Garnett Lee White, 1967. Strangers in the House: J. Lewis Shuck and Issachar Roberts, First American Baptist Missionaries to China, by Margaret M. Coughlin, 1972. Suffering in the Experience of the Protestant Church in China (1911-1980): A Chinese Perspective, by Paul Cheuk-ching Szeto, 1980. A Survey of Sunday School Work in China from 1930 to 1945, by Edwin William Fisch, 1947. A Symbolic Interactionist Approach to the Religious Stranger Concept: Protestant Missionaries in China, 1845-1900, by Nishan J. Najarian, 1982. Teaching the Christian Faith in the Chinese Educational Context, by Jack L. Gentry, 1971. A Theological Dialogue between Christian Faith and Chinese Beliefin the Light of "Sin ": An Inquiry into the Apparent Failure of the Protestant Mission in Late Nineteenth-century China, Especiallyamong Chinese Intellectuals, by Christopher Chou, 1976. Timothy Richard 's Theory of Christian Missions to the NonChristian Worldby Rita T. Johnson, 1966. The Use ofLiterature in the Protestant Missionary Enterprise Among the Chinese People, by Paul Henry Bartei, 1962. Zion 's Corner: Origins ofthe American Protestant Missionary Movement in China, 1827-1839, by Murray Aaron Rubinstein, 1976. CHINESE LANGUAGE MATERIALS/SERIALS: Chung-kuo hsin t'u yüeh k'an (Chinese Christians Today), 1972, 1978-. CHINESE LANGUAGE MATERIALS: Bible in Fukienese and romanization, signed by J. Hudson Taylor, 1869; translation of How I Know God Answers Prayers, by Rosalind Goforth, n.d.