Christian culture

Vol. 10: Theology and Interpretation

Editorial Foreword

The Publicity of Theology and the Humanist's Theological Concern  

YANG Huilin

 


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

Man, God, and Destiny: the Multi-dimensionality of twentieth Century Hermeneutics (pp. 25-70)

YU Hong

 

Gadamer and Theological Hermeneutics  (pp. 98-111)

YANG Huilin

 

Hermeneutical Discussions Today and the Relevance of Calvin  (pp. 3-21)

Carver YU

 

God's Story and Man's Interpretation: "Narrative Theology" -- Convictions and Contraditions  (pp. 71-97)

OU Li-jen

 


II. Hun Yuan Zhi Xing: Study of Christian Thinkers

Pitirim A. Sorokin on the Sexual Revolution: A Review after Half a Century  (pp. 115-144)

Kai-man KWAN

 

On the Theology of Letters and Papers from Prison (pp. 145-161)

YU Rusong

 


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

Cross-textual Reading Strategy: A Study of Some Late Ming Chinese Christian Writings (pp. 165-187)

Archie LEE

 


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

Continuity of the Bibllical Tradition in American Literature: An Inner Co-structural Relationship  (pp. 211-225)

YANG Caixia

 

Influence of the Bible on the "Dim Poets" after the Cultural Revoltuion  (pp. 191-210)

YE Rong & Jana BENICKA

 


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

The Nature of the Religious Experience  (pp. 245-264)

ZHA Changping

 

The Future of Religion in the Twenty-first Century  (pp. 229-244)

Don CUPITT

 


VI. Shu Dian Fan Jing: Book Reviews & Recommendations

"Theology that Would not Compromise": Karl Barth and Theological Hermeneutics  (pp. 267-270)

MU Nan

 

Little Book of Enlightment 

John RUUSBOROEC

 


VII. Qing Ji Ming Gong: "Field Survey and Contemporary Religious Research Methodology" Featuring an International Academic Conference

"Contemporary Religious Research Methodology of Empirical Research" -- Academic Conference Summary & Summary of Presentations (pp. 295-213)

JIAN Wen