The Heavenly Man: The Remarkable True Story of Chinese Christian Brother Yun - Chapters One through Four Summary & Analysis

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Chapters One through Four Summary and Analysis

Brother Yun was named Liu Zhenying at his birth in 1958 in the farming village Liu Lao Zhuang, which is located in the China province called the Henan Province. Though the province is heavily populated, Brother Yun recalls a happy childhood with lots of open places to explore. The people of his village are poor and often burn corn husks for a bit of warmth in the winters and entire families usually sleep outside during the heat of summer. Yun says Christianity is not tolerated, and Christians in his region of China were sometimes nailed to the walls of their churches, crucified there for their beliefs. Other believers were dragged to death behind horses or cars and others were hanged. Yun's mother had been saved as a young girl, but when the pastor of their church...

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