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Sino-Christian Studies in China free pdf In the 1980s there was a wave of introducing western thoughts in the academia of Mainland China. The significance of this movement is regarded by some Chinese scholars as another Enlightenment since the May 4th movement, 1919. In this movement there was a small group of Chinese scholars who thought that subtle interaction between Christian thought and western culture and academic should be noticed. The aim of this book is at reporting this academic movement, which is still active and dynamic today. This book includes 22 essays written by authors from Mainland China and overseas, who may be intra or extra ecclesia. But all of them are prominent in their respective geographical and academic area. This is the first book introducing to the English-speaking world the origin and development of Sino-Chirstian Studies and Sino-Christian Theology systematically.

About Yang Huilin

YANG Huilin, Dean of the Department of Chinese and director of the Institute of the Study of Christian Culture, Renmin University of China. He is the editor of Journal for the study of Christian Culture, and the author of Sin and redemption, Holy Word and Human Word and several books on Hermeneutics and Christian Theology. Daniel H. N. YEUNG, the director of Institute of Sino-Christian Studies, Hong Kong He is the editor of Cultural Christian (1991), Preliminary Studies in Chinese Theology (2000) and the co-editor of Translation and Adoption (2004) with Fr. Paul Rabbe.

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Author : Yang Huilin
Publisher : Cambridge Scholars Press
Data Published : 01 July 2006
ISBN : 184718006X
EAN : 9781847180063
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 341 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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