China Archive

Cultic, Aberrant, or (Unconventionally) Orthodox?

During the height of the Jesus movement in the early 1970s, a young Northern California woman who had recently converted to Christ accepted an invitation to a meeting of Christians who identified themselves as “the church” in her city. When the members began to worship, this new Christian was unnerved by the group’s practice of […]

We Were Wrong!

The JOURNAL you hold in your hand features the culmination of a six·year research project respecting a movement originally founded by a Chinese Christian named Watchman Nee. While Nee died for his Messiah in a Communist prison camp, his ministry did not die with him. Under the leadership of protege Witness Lee, Nee’s ministry and […]