Faith of our fathers : God in ancient China / Chan Kei Thong. [print]Material type: TextLanguage: English Original language: Chinese Publisher: Shanghai, China : China Publishing Group Orient Publishing Center, [(c)2006Description: 327 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 7801865065; 9787801865069Other title: Cover title also in Chinese: Xian xian zhi xinSubject(s): God (Chinese religion) | Gods, Chinese | Christianity and other religions -- Confucianism | Confucianism -- Relations -- Christianity | Christianity and culture -- China -- History | China -- Religion -- Relations -- ChristianityGenre/Form: History. LOC classification: BR128.F358 2006BR128.C43.T486.F358 2006COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
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Roots Words have meaning A name above all names The great sacrifice Blood covenant Magi from the west God's country Enter the dragon All truth is God's truth.
Chan Kei Thong has brought up an interesting discussion about the relationship between God, China and its language. He thinks that China and Israel both share a long history with rich cultures. Due to the many similarities and belief in God as the only Creator, the author points out in detail how Chinese characters manifest historical evidences and many aspects recorded in the Bible. He claims China's 4000 years of history as proof to support that God has never left this country. Like New: Pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds. AMAZON
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.