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Andrew Gih

Ji Zhiwen (simplified Chinese: 计志文; traditional Chinese: 計志文; pinyin: Jì Zhìwén) (1901–1985), known in the west as Andrew Gih, was a leader of evangelical Christianity in China prior to the communist revolution. He was the founder of the Evangelize China Fellowship.

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  • Ji Zhiwen at the Biographical Dictionary of Chinese Christianity
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