Introduction : putting Christianity and capitalism in their place -- The rise of "boss Christians" and their engagements with state power -- Of manners, morals and modernity : cosmopolitan desires and the remaking of Christian identity -- The business of religion in the "Wenzhou model" of Christian revival -- Gendered agency, gender hierarchy and religious identity making -- Conversion to urban citizenship : rural migrant workers' participation in Wenzhou Christianity -- Conclusion : religious revivalism as a moral discourse of modernity.
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