An Examination of the Eastern Lightning Cult

Notes

(1) Li Shixiong & Xiqiu (Bob) Fu (eds), Religion and National Security in China: Secret Documents from China’s Security Sector, February 11, 2002, p.78

(2) Forney, Matthew. “Jesus is Back, and She’s Chinese: A Bizarre Religious Sect is Preying on China’s Rural Christian Congregations.” Time Magazine, November 5, 2001.

(3) This figure is likely to be too low. It is more likely represents the number of books that the authorities know have been printed. The true number distributed may be many millions. Li &

Fu, Religion and National Security in China, p.79.

(4) Tianfeng, August 1997

(5) Li & Fu, Religion and National Security in China, p.79

(6) Ibid., p.76

(7) Adapted from a paper written by the Chinese Christian Church of Saipan, China’s Cult of Satan Lightning of the East. Unpublished report, Saipan, Guam, September 2000.

(8) Ibid.

(9) Forney, “Jesus is Back, and She’s Chinese,” Time Magazine, November 5, 2001.

(10) Li & Fu, Religion and National Security in China, p.78-79

(11) Ibid., p.75

(12) Ibid.

(13) Ibid.

(14) Ibid., p.78

(15) Ibid.

Bibliography

Chinese Christian Church of Saipan. “China’s Cult of Satan: Lightning of the East.” Unpublished report, Saipan, Guam, September 2000

Far East Broadcasting International. “Letters from China: January 2001.” See the FEBC website: www.febc.org/china_letters_0101.html

“Female Christ Sect Spreads Through Rural China,” Maranatha Christian Journal, August 12, 1999. See www.mcjonline.com/news/news3322.htm

Forney, Matthew. “Jesus is Back, and She’s Chinese: A Bizarre Religious Sect is Preying on China’s Rural Christian Congregations.” Time Magazine, November 5, 2001. See

Lambert, Tony. “Lightning from the East A New Cult,” China Insight, OMF International, March- April 1998

Li Shixiong & Xiqiu (Bob) Fu (eds). “Religion and National Security in China: Secret Documents from China’s Security Sector,” February 11, 2002. See

“Malicious Eastern Lightning,” Tianfeng, August 1997

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