Books and Culture has a review of a new book about the religious developments of China. The book The Sinister Way:The Divine and the Demonic in Chinese Religious Culture looks to be an interesting read.
"Traditional Chinese religion, driven underground for a while by Mao and his minions, has resurfaced in a remarkable resurgence, especially in rural and southern China. For the first time in their long history, however, Chinese have an alternative. As David Aikman's Jesus in Beijing has shown, the spread of Christianity now offers hope of deliverance from demons and from the dominion of greed, rather than the domestication of the former with rituals and the latter by a sanitized god of wealth."May God grow his church in the lands of China Let the nations be glad and sing for joy! (Psalm 67) ... --------