Christian culture

Vol. 18: Poetics and Theology

Editorial Foreword

The Common Significance of Poetics and Theology  (YANG Huilin)

 


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

A Tale of Two Deconstructions -- On the Way to a Response to Derrida  (pp. 3-29)

Carver YU

 

The Debate in Galatians on Culture and Theology (pp. 43-62)

YEO Khiok-khng

 

Heidegger on the Relationship between the Beginning of Western Philosophy and Ancient Asiatic Civilizations (pp. 88-104)

MA Lin

 

"The Name" of the Religion -- Reflection on Religion and Knowledge by Derrida (pp. 30-42)

ZHOU Dan

 

The Dilemma of Human Value in the Bible (pp. 63-87)

SHU Ye

 


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

Cogito and Credo: A Preliminary Comparison Between the Epistles of Seneca and St. Paul  (pp. 125-137)

XIAO Jian

 

Schelling and the Beginnings of the Existential Protest  (pp. 158-175)

Paul TILLICH

 

Study of Nietzsche and Zoroastrianism (pp. 107-124)

CHEN Qijia

 

Religious Behavior Above Reason: C. S. Lewis's Perspective on Prayer  (pp. 138-157)

WANG Yongmei

 


III. Jing Guan Wu Se: Study of Christian Culture and Literature

V Pattern: The Narrative Structure of the Bible and Its Irony  (pp. 264-275)

WANG Yi

 

Contemporary Christian Theology through the Arts and Culture  (pp. 179-193)

David JASPER

 

Revival of the Christ Image & Hope of His Return: Religious Meaning of Afuji, the Hero of The Guillotine (pp. 295-309)

CHANG Jianghong

 

On Christian Humanism during the European Renaissance (pp. 211-230)

LI An

 

The Ideal Life: Origins and Historical Contexts of Biblical Creation Myths (pp. 248-263)

TIAN Haihua

 

Christian Culture and Literature in Europe and the U. S.: A Relection on the Origin (pp. 276-294)

YANG Caixia

 

Artistic Ways of Being Religious: Narrative (pp. 194-210)

David JASPER

 

Christian Humanism and Mystical Humanities  (pp. 231-247)

Rob FAESEN

 


IV. Fa Yu Shui Feng: Dialogue Between Chinese Culture and Christianity

The "Tao" of Tao Te Ching and the "God" of the Bible: Dialogue through the Language of the Classics  (pp. 313-320)

ZHENG Yunbo

 


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

The Study of Biblical Literature  (pp. 323-326)

LIANG Gong

 


VI. Shu Dian Fan Jing: Reviews and Introductions to New Books

Text Theory in Christianity -- On Reading People of the Book (pp. 358-369)

GUO Huihua & CUI Xiuyun

 

Notes from Reading Plurality and Ambiguity: Hermeneutics, Religion and Hope (pp. 343-357)

KANG Xin

 

Paradigm Shift in the Study of the Hebrew Bible -- On Y. Y. Chen's The Hebrew Bible, an Introduction Based on the Textual and Archaeological Data (till 586 B. C. E) (pp. 370-381)

ZHU Shuai

 

Apocalypse and Beauty -- Remarks on Introducing Theological Aesthetics by Balthasar  (pp. 329-342)

RUI Xin