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Tibet (The China Chronicles) (Book Four)

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Foreword by Moses Xie  

The China Chronicles Overview  


Chapter One: Nestorians in Tibet  

Chapter Two: Antonio de Andrade and the Kingdom of Guge  

Chapter Three: Other Early Catholics in Tibet  

Chapter Four: 1880s  

Chapter Five: The Moravians  

Chapter Six: 1890s  

Chapter Seven: Annie Taylor  

Chapter Eight: Petrus and Susie Rijnhart  

Chapter Nine: 1900s  

Chapter Ten: William Christie  

Chapter Eleven: 1910s  

Chapter Twelve: Albert Shelton  

Chapter Thirteen: 1920s  

Chapter Fourteen: Sundar Singh—The Apostle with the Bleeding Feet  

Chapter Fifteen: The Jiarong  

Chapter Sixteen: Victor Plymire  

Chapter Seventeen: 1930s  

Chapter Eighteen: Frank Learner  

Chapter Nineteen: 1940s  

Chapter Twenty: The Story of the Tibetan Bible  

Chapter Twenty-One: 1950s  

Chapter Twenty-Two: 1960s and 1970s  

Chapter Twenty-Three: 1980s  

Chapter Twenty-Four: 1990s  

Chapter Twenty-Five: 2000s  

Chapter Twenty-Six: 2010s  

Chapter Twenty-Seven: Tenzin Lahkpa  

Chapter Twenty-Eight: The Future of the Church in Tibet  


A: Map of Christians in the Tibet Autonomous Region  

B: Map of China’s Christians  

C: Table of Christians in the Tibet Autonomous Region  

D: Table of People Groups in Greater Tibet  


Selected Bibliography  

About the Author  

About Asia Harvest  

Tibet (The China Chronicles) (Book Four)
Inside the Greatest Christian Revival in History
Paul Hattaway

 God’s Mighty Acts in China

This book is believed to be the first attempt to present an overview of all Christian activity in Tibet throughout history.

The Tibetan Plateau is mountainous, inaccessible and vast—three times the land area of the UK, but with only one-tenth of the population. Most Tibetans claim to be Buddhists but, for many, Buddhism is a veneer over older, darker beliefs. The spiritual realm is a daily reality in Tibet.

There are only tiny numbers of Tibetan Christians, but the “Roof of the World” has a long and remarkable Christian history. Paul Hattaway recounts the stories of the many courageous, tenacious men and women who have attempted to exalt the Name of Jesus Christ in Tibet, against overwhelming odds and in the face of powerful spiritual forces. This is the fourth volume in The China Chronicles, which tell the modern history of the Church in China.

The China Chronicles Series:

Book 1: Shandong

Book 2: Guizhou

Book 3: Zhejang

Book 4: Tibet

Book 5: Henan

Book 6: Xinjiang


  • Well-researched … Hattaway’s knowledge of the Chinese Church is encyclopedic … this book is wonderfully challenging.
    Patrick Forbes Christianity Magazine
  • A welcome contribution … an exciting, whistlestop tour of 150 years of Christian revival and miracles in Shandong Province … there is no shortage of inspiring lives and events.
    Lawrence Braschi Church Times

Additional Details

  • Pages: 270
  • Publisher: William Carey Publishing
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publish Year: 2022
  • ISBN: 9781645084327
  • Vendor: William Carey Publishing