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What made the experience of listening to A New History of Christianity in China the most enjoyable?
Daniel Bays did a great job in providing a continuous narrative to the story of the Christian church in China. I did not realize the different streams had affected China at various points in history, and it is interesting to note how big a part the Christian church played in China at times, and then how it seemed to be snuffed out at others.
What other book might you compare A New History of Christianity in China to and why?
I have not read such a comprehensive book on this specific topic, and I suppose I am not enough of a history buff to say I look for this kind of narrative in other cultures.
What about Christine Marshall’s performance did you like?
Although her English was expressive and easy to follow, her Chinese names and proper nouns were truly horrible. Even common Chinese places and names were made so unrecognizable when she pronounced them, it was really unbearable. I have had this experience with many English-read Chinese audiobooks, and you really should get someone who knows Chinese and at least do a voiceover for the Chinese words. I had to get the written copy as well, because there was no way I could get all the facts and names from hearing her read.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Not to be read in one sitting unless you are already a master at this topic. For me it was a lot of new information that I wanted to digest slowly.
Any additional comments?
Great job by the author.
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I enjoyed this interesting explanation of Christianity in China to be most interesting. I had little knowledge of China or its history prior to listening, the author did a wonderful job in telling this amazing story.
The reading is enjoyable. I liked this a lot. I learned a lot!
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