Included in the Chinese Christian Posters project (http://ccposters.com/) are images of posters housed in the School of Theology Archives, like this one to the left, titled "Welcome," showing Pictures from the Parable of the Wedding Banquet (Mt. 22).
Click here to view the School of Theology Archives collection, a part of the Chinese Christian Posters project.
About the Chinese Christian Posters Project
Between 1927 and 1951 millions of Christian posters entered the Chinese market. Printed by the thousands onto the cheapest paper, most were used in street preaching and teaching. Others were hung in tearooms and shop windows, or put up with starch and brooms on city gates and local temples. The bright-colored posters briefly attracted attention before they tore, were covered by a more current notice, or dissolved in the rain. These visual messages competed aggressively for the soul of China. The Center for Global Christianity & Mission, funded by the Henry Luce Foundation, is pleased to make hundreds of these rare images digitally accessible and searchable for the first time.