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RTF Australia Project for 2013

Towards the end of last year RTF Australia initiated a project to translate The Cross He Bore, by Frederick S. Leahy into Chinese. This title is available in English from the Banner of Truth Trust. Frederick Leahy was a minister in the Reformed Presbyterian Church of Ireland and taught Systematic Theology at the Reformed Theological

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RTF Australia Project for 2012

We want to give thanks to God for the generosity and prayers of believers in Australia who have supported the work of RTF during 2011. This has enabled the work of translating reformed theological literature into Chinese and distributing more and more books in China. In particular we are glad that the project to translate

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Not Chained

This verse provided the theme text for RTF, “… but the word of God is not bound!” (2 Timothy 2:9) Bitter persecution is something almost unknown to Christians in Australia. Yet for many Sections of the Church, it is or has been a reality. Suffering for the sake of the gospel. Many of us will

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RTF Australia Project for 2011

At the end of 2009, the Australian Branch of RTF agreed to sponsor the translation and publication of The Planting and Development of Missionary Churches, by John L Nevius. This was and first published in English in Shanghai in 1886 and led to a major rethink of Western missionary methods in China. RTF workers in

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Two new publications

Recently RTF in North America agreed to fund the printing (on presses in China) of two new titles. They are Presbyterian Church Government by John Murray, and What is Reformed Theology by John R de Witt. Here is a report from RTF an RTF worker who recently returned from a time in ministry in China.“I

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Theological Training in China

The Reformation Translation Fellowship enthusiastically supports the training of pastors and Church leaders for the house church networks in China. It has provided resources for a new and mobile ministry training organisation called the Calvin Theological Hall. This is led by Pastor John Lin. Here is a report from Pastor Joe McClelland (all names modified)

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