Christian culture

Vol. 11: Publics of Theology

Editorial Foreword

Publics of Theology and the Humanist's Theological Concern  

YANG Huilin

 


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

What is "Public Theology"?  (pp. 3-12)

Max L. STACKHOUSE

 

Where is Feminist Theology Going? -- Past and Future  (pp. 58-66)

K. K. YEO

 

Benjamin's Biblical Interpretations  (pp. 92-115)

Brian BRITT

 

Post-Secularism and Critical Theology -- Consumer Society as a Secularized Christian Concept  (pp. 13-57)

CHIN Ken-pa

 

Secularization: A Historian's View  (pp. 67-91)

Hugh MCLEOD

 


II. Hun Yuan Zhi Xing: Study of Christian Thinkers

Derrida's Memoirs (pp. 164-182)

GENG Youzhuang

 

Martin Heidegger's Criticism of the God of Metaphysics and His understanding of Christian Theology (pp. 142-163)

TAN Lizhu

 

The Hermeneutics of Différence  (pp. 183-202)

Garrett GREEN

 

On Dialogue between God and the World  (pp. 119-141)

Jürgen HABERMAS

 


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

Shakespeare's Augustinian Artistry (pp. 205-216)

Roy BATTENHOUSE

 


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

Different Approaches to the Bible by Qian Zhongshu (1910-1998) and Wang Meng (1934-) (pp. 219-239)

YE Rong

 


V. Hua Tong Xuan Li: Field Survey and Contemporary Religious Research Methodology

Communication between Self and The Other -- Feasibility Issues in Studying Religious Experience (pp. 261-274)

HUANG Jianbo

 

Chritianity in the Minority Commuities of Yunnan-Case Studies of Two Lahu Village in Lancang Country (pp. 292-315)

SU Cuiwei & HAN Junxue

 

Family Ethics and Work Ethics of Christians in a Northern Coastal City: A Field Research Report  (pp. 326-354)

HUANG Jianbo & YANG Fenggang

 

Empirical Research and a Sociological Approach to Contemporary Religion in China  (pp. 243-260)

LI Xiangping

 

Describing Changes in Contemporary Chinese Religion -- Field Research Methodology used in Shenzhen  (pp. 275-291)

FAN Lizhu

 

Survey of Religious Practice in Villages near Shanghai  (pp. 316-325)

LUO Weihong