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Sung, John

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Author(s): Tze Ming Ng, Peter
[German Version] (1901, Putian, Fujian Province, China – Aug 18, 1944, Peking, China), obtained a doctorate in chemistry from Ohio State University and studied at Union Theological Seminary in New York. He then returned to China and started serving the Methodist Church in Putian in 1927. Since 1931, he began evangelistic campaigns in China, preaching from Shandong, Shanghai Guangzhou, Fuzhou and throughout China. From 1934, he extended his work in Southeast Asia, healing the sick by the laying-on of hands and prayers. Peter Tze Ming Ng Bibliography Works include: My Testimony, trans.…

Sung

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Author(s): Tze Ming Ng, Peter
[English Version] Sung, John (1901 Putian, Provinz Fujian, China – 18.8.1944 Peking). Nach seiner Promotion in Chemie an der Ohio State University studierte S. ein Jahr am Union Theological Seminary in New York. Anschließend kehrte er nach China zurück, um an der Methodistischen Kirche in Putian tätig zu werden (1927). Ab 1931 begann er evangelisierend aktiv zu werden und hielt Predigten in Shandong, Shanghai Guangzhou, Fuzhou und ganz China. Seit 1934 erweiterte er seine Tätigkeit auf Südostasien und heilte Kranke durch Handauflegung und Gebete. Peter Tze Ming Ng Bibliography Vf.…

China, People's Republic of

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Author(s): Schmidt-Glintzer, Helwig | Seiwert, Hubert | Chi Chung Lee, Archie | Tze Ming Ng, Peter
[German Version] I. General – II. History and Civilization – III. History of Religion – IV. Chinese Religions and Missiology – V. Christianity I. General 1. Geography, climate, population. Over the centuries, China has integrated a wide variety of cultures, including influences from far distant lands. It has not always included all the territory it does today. With a current area of approx. 9.6 million km2, China is broken up by long, high mountain ranges (Altai, Tien Shan, Kunluns, Himalayas) and great river systems, essentially flowin…