Since its inception in the first century, Christianity has been growing as a communal institution, changing its organizational shape, redefining its quest, and creating new expressions of worship. Since then there has been a vast change in denominations, where some drop and revival has been witnessed through the years.
The yr 1906 helped bring new recoveries into a different kind of worship in United States of America (USA). In USA, Los Angeles magazines reported as gathering of individuals of different races and civilizations describing these to involve the poor and abundant, blacks and whites, men and women, young and old in a temple in Azusa Street displaying a fresh form of worship, praying, singing in unknown languages, dance and clapping. Audiences gathered to witness what was going on. This was the biggest revival of that time period in USA.
With thousands still left wounded, a seemingly countless number of citizens reported lifeless, and a country still left with a damaged reputation. All of these were the results of a really unforgettable and shocking event which occurred on the 4th of June 1989, the Tiananmen Square massacre.
In order to understand a better understanding of this historical event, I have put together some sub headings and questions to break it down into a far more understandable manner.
What is Tiananmen Square?
Tiananmen Square, located in China's capital, Beijing, is the major public space in the world. Being one of the major tourist attractions on the planet, it is ornamented by monumental general public buildings that set its sides and vast areas among that echoes this daunting event. It really is named following the Tiananmen Gate (Gate of Heavenly Tranquility) located to its North.