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Back to Jerusalem

A Biblical Foundation

Mingri Jin

Regnum (2016), 177pp, ISBN: 1-9083.5591-1

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For the Chinese Churches on the Chinese mainland, the Back to Jerusalem Movement became the catalyst for the evangelical revival of the church and a turning point in their missionary role in the propagation of the gospel. Originally founded in the 1940s as an eschatological movement with the aim of preaching the gospel westwards towards Jerusalem to prepare for the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, by the 1980s, despite persecution, Back to Jerusalem was known not only in the western part of China but also by the Chinese house church leaders who fled outside to the West for asylum. However, as a modern evangelical movement, the Chinese Churches’ Back to Jerusalem Movement is under scrutiny for its theological foundation and authenticity. This book seeks to answer questions and criticism and fill the gap in Bible Studies and biblical criticism. The author traces the historical roots of the Back to Jerusalem Movement in China and establishes the scriptural sources in both the Old Testament and New Testament for the benefit of the Chinese Churches today and for their vision and development in the future.

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