Christian culture

Vol. 16: Option for the Poor

Editorial Foreword

Who is the Poor? 

YANG Huilin

 


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

Christian theological views of poverty  (pp. 22-34)

YANG Qingqiu

 

God and the Poor  (pp. 2-21)

Ronald SIDER

 

Christian Obligations: "The Poor You Will Always Have With You" (pp. 35-57)

John BOLT

 


II. Hun Yuan Zhi Xing: Study of Christian Thinkers

Concern for the Poverty of the Future Generation- Sustainability and the Educational Implications of Dooyeweerd's Theory of Totality (pp. 79-97)

CHAN Wa Yan

 

"I Was Hungry and You Gave Me Food"  (pp. 59-78)

Carver YU

 

The Political Theological Significance of "Freedom and Obedience" in Calvin's Institutes  (pp. 98-130)

Li-Jen OU

 


III. Hua Tung Xuan Li: Study of Christianity, Society and Ethics

Religion and Psychology: Introductory Reflections (pp. 132-146)

Rodney J. HUNTER

 

Urban Protestant Church and Her Cultural Diversity  (pp. 160-178)

LIU Shibo

 

American Social Gospel and Its Impacts (pp. 147-159)

ZUO Furong

 


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

Theological Education in Chinese Protestant Church  (pp. 256-270)

KAN Baoping

 

The Conception of Justice in the General Epistles of the New Testament  (pp. 241-255)

Changping ZHA

 

Christian Ethics and Contemporary Spiritual Reconstruction  (pp. 180-240)

WANG Weifan

 


V. Xin Ji Ming Gong:

Poverty in Hong Kong and the Response of the Church (pp. 272-286)

Bixia LI Carver YU

 


VI. Shu Dian Fan Jing: Book Reviews & Recommendations

The Unrighteous Judgement: A Study of the Intertexuality of the Four Gospels  (pp. 293-317)

WANG Yi