The Last Anglican Bishop: K.H. Ting Remains a Key Figure in China
Sison, Marites N., Anglican Journal
Editor's note: An ecumenical delegation from the Anglican, Presbyterian and United churches in Canada visited Christian churches in China last April. During a stop to Nanjing, the delegation met briefly with Bishop Ding Guangxun (who in the Wale-Giles Romanization of Chinese is also referred to as Bishop K. H. Ting), the last Anglican bishop in postdenominational China. Bishop Ting is a well-known figure in international Christian circles..
A 90, STILL quick-witted but in frail health, Bishop K. H. Ting remains one of the most sought after Christian leaders in China. No one, it seems, who visits China wanting to know more about Christian churches there, ever leaves …
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Publication information: Article title: The Last Anglican Bishop: K.H. Ting Remains a Key Figure in China. Contributors: Sison, Marites N. - Author. Magazine title: Anglican Journal. Volume: 131. Issue: 8 Publication date: October 2005. Page number: 6. © Anglican Church of Canada Feb 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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