Christian culture

vol.31: Moving Boundaries

Editorial Foreword

Moving Boundaries: From "Scriptural Reasoning" to Inter-disciplinary Studies in Chinese Context 

GENG Youzhuang

 


I. Hun Yuan Zhi Xing: Study of Christian Thinkers

The Mystery of Evil: Benedict XVI and the End of Time  (pp. 3-18)

Giorgio AGAMBEN

 

Shared Transformations: Heidegger, Eckhart, and Neuroscience  (pp. 33-63)

Benjamin MORGAN

 

Idols, Images and Icons ( pp. 19-32)

Rowan WILLIAMS

 


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

"Negative Hermeneutics" and "Scriptural Reasoning" ( pp. 82-97)

Andrew W. HASS

 

Returning to Thinking Theologically ( pp. 67-81)

David JASPER

 

Studies on the Interpretation of Daoist Culture by Western Protestant Missionaries during the Late Qing Dynasty  (pp. 98-128)

LI Xinde

 


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

On the Myth of Classicism  (pp. 132-154)

Roland BOER

 

Hannah Arendt and Philosophy after Auschwitz  (pp. 188-208)

Clemens SEDMAK

 

Axial Age Theorizing and the Comparative Study of Religion and Literature ( pp. 155-187)

Eric ZIOLKOWSKI

 


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

Reading Jing: the Relevance of Republican-era Theology Today  (pp. 211-241)

Chloë STARR

 

The Identity Anxiety and Ideological Struggle of Chinese Christians during the Sino-Japanese War: An Analysis of the Interaction of the Social Gospel and Pacifism in Wu Yaozong's Thought ( pp. 242-264)

LI Wei

 


V. Qing Ji Ming Gong: Academic Development and Research Updates

Scriptural Reasoning and Comparative Literature: Review of A Roundtable at the 20th ICLA Congress ( pp. 267-278)

ZHANG Hua

 

Theology and Comtempory Philosophy: Review of the 9th Summer Institute on Theology and Humanities  (pp. 279-289)

JIANG Xiuyun