Yale Divinity Library to preserve Chinese Christianity collection

(5 December 2015) The University Library announced last Wednesday a collaboration between the Divinity School Library and the Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) to preserve contemporary collections of Chinese Christian materials.

The new agreement allows the Divinity Library and HKBU to select materials documenting the history and practice of Chinese Christianity. The project, which is funded by the Divinity Library’s Kenneth Scott Latourette Initiative for the Documentation of World Christianity, aims to increase knowledge of how Christianity is practiced in China among religious organizations, library administrators said.

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