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Carsten T. Vala

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Loyola College

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Loyola College

4501 North Charles Street

Baltimore, Maryland,21210

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1852, Loyola College in Maryland (www.loyola.edu) is a Jesuit, Catholic university whose mission is to inspire students to learn, lead and serve in a diverse and changing world. The College comprises the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Selling...more

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Employment History

Member, Political Science Department

Political Science Department of Loyola University Maryland


Affiliations

Purdue University

Research Fellow At Center On Religion and Chinese Society


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OBSERVATION - SCIENCE INSIGHTS 2015; 12(1):376-380. | Science Insights: the Real Journal of Science

www.bonoi.org [cached]

Carsten Vala, an expert on religion in China at Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore, says 40 million to 60 million is "the low end of a conservative" estimate of the number of Evangelicals.
"There is a growing but quiet cooperation among Three-Self pastors who aren't as invested in the institution - who care more about church and the basic evangelical mission," Mr. Vala says.


China | Author Martin Roth

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Dr Carsten Vala, associate professor at Loyola University Maryland and a research fellow at Purdue University's Center on Religion and Chinese Society, also saw societal benefits in becoming a Christian.
"Churches provide needed social benefits and an encompassing value system that is a stark contrast to the surrounding moral decay of society," he told me, adding that many Chinese can see how wealth is corrupting their society. I recently interviewed Dr Carsten Vala of Loyola University Maryland and a recognized authority on the growth of Christianity in China. Dr Carsten Vala is an associate professor at Loyola University Maryland, a research fellow at Purdue University's Center on Religion and Chinese Society and a recognized authority on the growth of Christianity in China. Dr Vala, thank you very much.


www.prophecynewswatch.com

Carsten Vala, an expert on religion in China at Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore, says 40 million to 60 million is the low end of a conservative estimate of the number of Evangelicals.
There is a growing but quiet cooperation among Three-Self pastors who arent as invested in the institution who care more about church and the basic evangelical mission, Mr. Vala says.


www.csmonitor.com

Carsten Vala, an expert on religion in China at Loyola University Maryland in Baltimore, says 40 million to 60 million is "the low end of a conservative" estimate of the number of Evangelicals.
"There is a growing but quiet cooperation among Three-Self pastors who aren't as invested in the institution - who care more about church and the basic evangelical mission," Mr. Vala says.


May | 2014 | CENTRAL-EUROPEAN RELIGIOUS FREEDOM INSTITUTE

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"There has been a noticeable tightening in the religious atmosphere," said Carsten Vala, an assistant professor at Loyola University Maryland and a specialist on Christianity in China.
At the same time a younger generation of church leaders has sought to push the boundaries, he added. "The registered churches are becoming more active and evangelical - that kind of exuberance." Sanjiang-Christian-Church-demolition There have been previous cases of churches in China going under the wrecking ball, but largely in the 1980s and 1990s, Vala said. These typically involved property disputes, in which religious buildings occupied prime sites reclaimed by local governments, he said.


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