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Arcana Coelestia, volume 1

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Man

Arcana Coelestia, volume 3

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Arcana Coelestia, volume 6

Arcana Coelestia, volume 7

Arcana Coelestia, volume 8

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Arcana Coelestia, volume 10

Arcana Coelestia, volume 11

Arcana Coelestia, volume 12

Heaven and Hell

Miscellaneous Theological Works

  • New Jerusalem and Its Heavenly Doctrine
  • A Brief Exposition of the Doctrine of the New Church
  • Interaction of the Soul and Body
  • The White Horse (including: Appendix to the Treatise on the White Horse)
  • Earths in the Universe
  • Last Judgement
  • Continuation on Last Judgment / Continuation on the Spiritual World

Apocalypse Explained, volume 1

Apocalypse Explained, volume 2

Apocalypse Explained, volume 3

Apocalypse Explained, volume 4

The Heavenly Man Movie

Apocalypse Explained, volume 5

Apocalypse Explained, volume 6 (including the three works listed separately below)

  • Divine Love and Divine Wisdom
  • The Athanasian Creed
  • Concerning the Lord and Concerning the Holy Spirit

Four Doctrines

  • Doctrine of the Lord
  • Nine Questions
  • Doctrine of Holy Scripture
  • Doctrine of Life
  • Doctrine of Faith

Divine Love and Wisdom

Divine Providence

Apocalypse Revealed, volume 1

Apocalypse Revealed, volume 2

Conjugial Love

True Christian Religion, volume 1

True Christian Religion, volume 2

Posthumous Theological Works, volume 1

  • Autobiographical Letters of Emanuel Swedenborg
  • Sketch of the Coronis, or Appendix, to True Christian Religion
  • Coronis or Appendix to True Christian Religion
  • Consummation of the Age, the Lord’s Second Coming, and the New Church
  • Invitation to the New Church
  • Additions to True Christian Religion
  • Canons of the New Church
  • Charity
  • Sketch of Ecclesiastical History of the New Church
  • Concerning the Sacred Scripture or the Word of the Lord from Experience [De Verbo]
  • Last Judgment (Posthumous)
  • Argument Concerning the Judgment

Posthumous Theological Works, volume 2

  • Summaries of the Internal Sense of the Prophetical Books, the Psalms, and Historical Parts of the Word
  • Scripture Confirmations of the New Church Doctrine [Dicta Probantia]
  • Precepts of the Decalogue
  • Marriage [De Conjugio]
  • Indexes to the “Missing Treatise” Angelic Wisdom concerning Marriage
  • Collected Minor Works (including: “Five Memorable Relations,” “Conversations with Angels,” “Justification and Good Works,” “A Conversation with Calvin and Fifty of His Followers Concerning the Athanasian Creed,” “God the Savior,” “Jesus Christ,” “Specimen and Sketch of the Doctrine of the New Church in Summary,” “Theological Extracts from Swedenborg’s Correspondence,” and “Gad and Asher”)
Brother Yun in 2010.
Born
1 January 1958 (age 63)
NationalityGerman
Chinese
OccupationEvangelist
Spouse(s)Sister De Ling[1]
ReligionEvangelical Christian
OrdainedChinese house church
Back To Jerusalem movement
Websitebacktojerusalem.com

Liu Zhenying (Chinese: 刘振营; pinyin: Liú Zhènyíng), known as Brother Yun (Chinese: 云弟兄; pinyin: Yún Dìxiōng, literally 'Brother Cloud'), born 1958, is an exiled Chinese Christian house church leader, evangelist, and proponent of the Back To Jerusalem movement. Brother Yun was involved in the Christian house church networks in China during the 1980s and 90s. Accounts about his life and ministry are to be found in his autobiography, The Heavenly Man.[2]

Life in China[edit]

Brother Yun's book tells both of great persecution, and a surprising series of miracles of deliverance very similar (though often even more 'extreme') to those found in the Bible. Despite a life of poverty in China, he since has spoken to thousands internationally with the Gospel message. Seen as a rebel among some Chinese for not joining the government-controlled Christian organization, he was imprisoned and tortured by the government authorities. His book reports that he became a highly wanted man across several provinces.[2] He was finally arrested and sentenced to many years in prison. However, Brother Yun continued his ministry while in prison, with more claims of miraculous results. As a result, many prisoners and even prison officials are reported to have become born-again Christians.[3] While he gained increasing favor from some officials, he also became a target of increased persecution by others. He was repeatedly beaten and became severely malnourished.[2] While in prison, Brother Yun writes about undertaking a total fast without food or water for 74 days.[4]

After many years in prison, he escaped from Hangzhou from which it is reported that nobody had previously escaped.[5] He described how he heard the voice of the Holy Spirit, telling him to simply walk out the heavily guarded prison gate. Despite the risk of being shot, he wrote later that he obeyed the voice, and walked straight through several closed prison doors in front of many prison guards, across the prison yard and finally out of the main gate. Brother Yun stated that it was as if he had become invisible to the guards who stared straight through him.[2] Although many expressed doubts that such a thing could happen, some prison guards have lost their jobs for this 'embarrassing mishap.'[2] It is claimed that the official investigation by the Chinese Government concluded that Brother Yun received no human help in his escape and therefore should remain free.[2] These reports have been corroborated by prisoners who occupied the same prison cell as Brother Yun.[citation needed] He remains the only person to claim to have escaped from this notorious maximum security prison.[6]

Life in exile[edit]

His ministry struggled briefly when Chinese Christians became increasingly fearful of housing him because of the potential repercussions from government authorities.[citation needed] After escaping from China, Brother Yun took asylum in Germany. In 2001 he was imprisoned in Myanmar for seven months.[7] As a leader of the 'Back to Jerusalem Movement', Brother Yun seeks to evangelise the countries between China and Israel, which are among the least-Christianised of the world.[2]

He is married to Deling, with whom he has two children.[2]

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The Heavenly Man[edit]

The Heavenly Man is an autobiography of Brother Yun detailing his life from the age of sixteen, through his three accounts of incarceration, and ending in his exile to Germany.

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It was awarded the 'Christian Book of the Year' by the UK Christian Booksellers Convention in 2003.[8] The title comes from the name by which Brother Yun was known amongst the house church networks. He gained that name from one night of interrogation when he would only answer 'I am a Heavenly Man!', instead of revealing his true name, in order to protect other Christians from the police.

Released in early 2002, the book is co-written and translated by Paul Hattaway and published by Monarch Publications.

Living Water[edit]

The book Living Water was released in 2008 and, as with his previous book, The Heavenly Man, it is also co-written and translated by Paul Hattaway. It is published by Zondervan Publications.[9]

It consists of his teachings while in North America and Europe.

Controversy[edit]

Samuel Lamb (Lin Xiangao) has stated that Brother Yun falsely claimed to have fasted without food and water for nearly twice as long as Jesus, and falsely claiming to represent 58 million house-church Christians, and raising large sums of money in many countries. He also insists that Brother Yun in no way represents the house-churches in China,[10] although Lamb admits he has never met Brother Yun nor read his autobiography.[4]

This controversy has not been without defense. Paul Hattaway, the co-author of the book has published an open response[4] that claims the attacks on the credibility of Brother Yun are rumours originating with Titus Pan in Hamburg. Various Chinese House Church leaders have again expressed their love and respect for Brother Yun.[4] Among them is Peter Xu, founder of the Back to Jerusalem Gospel Mission, who was a fellow prison inmate of Brother Yun.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^'Sister DeLing's Testimony, Singapore'.
  2. ^ abcdefghBrother Yun; Paul Hattaway (2002). The Heavenly Man. Lion Hudson. ISBN978-1854245977.
  3. ^'God give me one son and many brothers'. - chapter 12 of 'The Heavenly man' (Simplifed Chinese) from Qzone.
  4. ^ abcdHattaway 2005.
  5. ^Zwartz, Barney (10 April 2004). 'Going global with God'. The Age. Melbourne. Retrieved 3 March 2009.
  6. ^Brother Yun (1997), Claim of Zhengzhou jailbreak, Youtube.
  7. ^Brother Yun, Living Water, 24.
  8. ^Jennifer Lee (5 August 2005). 'The Author of The Heavenly Man Releases an Open Letter on Controversy'. The Gospel Herald. Retrieved 10 January 2020.
  9. ^Yun, Brother (2008). Living Water. ISBN978-0310285540.
  10. ^'China: leaders distance themselves from 'the heavenly man''. UK: E-N. Retrieved 3 April 2008.

External links[edit]

  • 'Brother Yun no longer lives in China, but he continues to face opposition', Charisma Magazine (cover story), April 2007.
  • Review and literary breakdown, All Readers, archived from the original on 5 September 2004, retrieved 14 June 2004.
  • John Mark Ministries, AU: Pastor net.
  • Xu, Peter Yun (July 2004), China and Back to Jerusalem vision (interview), Evangelicals Now.
  • Seibel, Alexander, Rezension der Himmelsbürger (in German), and overview of the claims of the 'Heavenly Man'.
  • Hattaway, Paul (5 July 2005), Open letter on Brother Yun, Asia harvest.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Brother Yun, 'Tianshang ren' (天上人), The Heavenly Man (in Chinese), Q zone.
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