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วันพฤหัสบดีที่ 22 มีนาคม พ.ศ. 2561

What happened to China's early Christians and why did the Nestorian doctrine die out?

What happened to China's early Christians and why did the Nestorian doctrine die out?
- For the next two centuries, Nestorian Christianity, known as Jing Jiao (“Resplendent Religion”) in Chinese, spread within the empire, with churches in cities as far apart as Lingwu (in present-day Ningxia), Chengdu and Guangzhou. There are even records of Emperor Xuanzong (Emperor Taizong's ...

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