Christian culture 基督教文化学刊

Vol.32: Trajectory of the Classics

Editorial Foreword

Addition and Substraction in the Trajectory of the Classics: A Case Study of the Chinese Translation of The Merchant of Venice 

YANG Huilin


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

On the Translation of the English Hymnal into Chinese in the 1920-30's  (pp. 44-64)

LIU Boyun & ZHU Shuai


The Prohibition of Christianity during the Qing Dynasty and the Case of Wang Hui Severing Relations with Wu Li  (pp. 84-106)

LI Jierong


Moral Arguments for the Existence of God in Late Ming and Early Qing: Matteo Ricci's "Moral Ability as Institution" and His Appropriation of Mencius' Ideas ( pp. 22-43)

JI Jianxun


Cosmonogy in Michele Ruggieri's Tian Zhu Sheng Jiao Shi Lu: Interpretation, Response, and Inspiration  (pp. 65-83)

SUN Caixia


Extreme Income Disparity: Traditional Wisdom as Contemporary Counsel  (pp. 3-22)

David Lyle JEFFREY


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

The Deconstruction of Myths and Persistence in the Excessive: The Specters of Christianity in Louis Althusser's Theory of Ideology ( pp. 139-157)



Revelation and Revolution: Friedrich Engels and the Apocalypse  (pp. 110-138)

Roland BOER


WU Leichuan and "Revolutionary Christianity"  (pp. 158-198)

CHIN Ken-pa


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

The Power of "Imagination": An Examination of Coleridge's Biographia Literaria  (pp. 220-239)



Christian Images and Allegorical Hermeneutics ( pp. 269-284)

YANG Daosheng


The Spiritual Foundation of Civil Society in Milton's Religio-Political Thought ( pp. 201-219)



The Hidden Non-God: Theological Dimensions in Interpretations of Franz Kafka's The Castle  (pp. 240-268)

LEI Ayong


IV. He Er Bu Tong: Academic Debate and Responses

Trans-ferring, Con-versing and Be-coming: Review of the 2013-2014 Beijing-Scottish Seminar ( pp. 284-295)