Christian culture

Vol.26: Missionaries and Chinese Classics

Editorial Foreword

The "Verbal" Logic of Cultural Identity: Shifts in Missionaries' Identity and Sense of Identification 

YANG Huilin

 


I. Fa Liu Shi Dao: Study of Chinese Historical Records on Christianity

The Mengzian Matrix for Accommodationist Missionary Apologetics: Identifying the Cross-Culture Linkage in Evangelical Protestant Discourse within the Chinese Writings of James Legge (1815-1897), He Ji (pp. 82-115)

Lauren PFISTER

 

"Preface" to The Texts of Taoism (pp. 3-14)

James LEGGE

 

A Study on the "Preface" and "Introduction" of James Legge's The Texts of Taoism (pp. 50-81)

ZHAO Jing

 

"Introduction" to The Texts of Taoism (pp. 15-49)

James LEGGE

 


II. Fa Yu Shui Feng: Dialogue between Chinese Culture and Christianity

Limits of Scripture and Limits of Reason: On Confucianism and "Scriptural Reasoning"  (pp. 153-180)

Ralph WEBER

 

Looking at Confucian Heaven-Human Relationships from the Perspective of Christianity: A Proposal for Ways of Thinking in Scriptural Reasoning  (pp. 119~152)

LIN Hong Hsin

 


III. Dao Wu Chang Ming: Study of Theories and Classics

Western Marxism and Death (pp. 233-251)

Roland BÖER

 

Deconstruction/Correction of the Name (Part Two)  (pp. 183-232)

WU Xiaoming

 


IV. Hua Tong Xuan Li: Study of Christianity, Society and Ethics

Theology of Money and Ascetical Theology: From Simmel to Kathryn Tanner and Phillip Goodchild (pp. 255-272)

Wai Yiu WAN

 


V. Qing Ji Ming Gong: Academic Developments and Research Updates

Translating Classics and Scriptural Reasoning: Review of the 7th Summer Institute on Theology and Humanities (pp. 275-287)

GAO Zhiqiang