Christian culture

Vol.39: Post-Secular Era

Editorial Foreword

The Double Humility of Post-secularism (Chinese)

 

The Double Humility of Post-secularism (English)

WANG Hai

 


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

The Post-secular Era and Religious Modernity: Charles Taylor's Understanding (pp.3-23)

CHIN Ken-pa

 

Responses of Crimes Against Humanity and the Limits of Narratology in a Post-Human Horizon (pp.24-50)

Idit ALPHANDARY

 

The Story of the Good Samaritan in Post-secular Perspective (pp.51-74)

LAI Pan-chiu

 


II. Hun Yuan Zhi Xing: Study of Christian Thinkers

An Exploration of Hegel's View of God and Its Political Implications (pp.77-99)

HUANG Tzuhsuan

 

Karl Barth Hannah Arendt on Evil and Covenant (pp.100-121)

HONG Liang

 

Either/Or: On Kierkegaard and Kafka's Different Interpretations of Abraham (pp.122-142)

SHANG Jingjian

 


III. Hua Tong Xuan Li: Study of Christanity Society and Ethics

Conservatism and Relativism: Celsus' Apology for Roman Traditions (pp.145-166)

WU Gongqing

 

The Concept of God in Modern Jewish Thought after the Holocaust (pp.167-184)

WANG Wumei

 


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

Existential Approaches to Travel Writing: Travelling Identities (pp.187-209)

[UK] Olivier SALAZAR-FERRER

 

On Scapegoat in Coetzee’s Disgrace and Its Functions (pp.210-230)

LI Zhongmin

 

Fleeing and Escape in Augustine’s Confessions and Kierkegaard’s Repetition: Two Instantiations of a Universal Motif (Part I) (pp.231-250)

Eric ZIOLKOWSKI

 

Defining Individual Rights: Constructive or Deconstructive? A Comment on the Fourth Forum of Confucian-Christian Dialogue (pp.251-264)

REN Yichao XIE Wenyu