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Christianity, Academics, and National Salvation in China: Yenching University, 1924–1949

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We have been for several months past experiencing violent anti-Christian-education attacks and scarcely less vigorous intellectual discrediting of religion. How could it be made clear that Christianity was not an agency of Imperialism, Capitalism, Conservatism, and that the students in Christian schools were not denationalized and dominated by foreign interests.—John Leighton Stuart, 1925


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