The Periphery and the Center
Thomas Xutong Qu, pp. 8-15
I. Hua Tong Xuan Li: Study of Christianity, Society and Ethics
Peripheries and Centers: A Theoretical Perspective and Research Methodology for Historical Studies of Chinese Christianity
Thomas Xutong QU, pp. 2-29
The Pilgrim’s Progress on Earth: The New Thought and Chinese Christian Intellectuals’ Religious Experiences in the May Fourth Era
ZHAO Pan, pp. 30-52
The Capital Imagination and Identity of Liberal Christians in the May Fourth Period
XU Junlin, pp. 53-82
II. Jing Guan Wu Se: Study of Christian Culture and Literature
Ambiguous Criticism and Its Continuation: On the Writings of “Life of Jesus” in Republican China
CHU Xiaobai, pp. 84-110
The “Divine” Spirit Moves Towards “Periphery” and “Chaos”: Space in May-Fourth Era Christian Narratives
SHI Mingwei, pp. 111-136
III. Fa Yu Shui Feng: Dialogue between Chinese culture and Christianity
God’s Response: Timothy Richard’s Interpretation to Chinese Mahayana Buddhism
YANG Jing, pp. 138-160
Reconciliation: XU Baoqian on the Relationship Between Christianity and Chinese Culture
ZHAO Ting & LI Xiaochen, pp. 161-180
The Cultural Logic of the Practice of Developing Chinese Christianity: Taking L Village of Lahu Nationality in Yunnan as an Example
ZHANG Jinfu, pp. 181-200
IV. Fa Liu Shi Dao: Study of Chinese Historical Records on Christianity
The Construction of a Christian Philanthropic Culture and Its Subjectivity in the Contemporary Chinese Context
CAO Nanlai&LEI Lei, pp. 202-226.
Confrontation, Subordination or Symbiosis: Rethinking the Relationship between Pentecostal-Charismatic Movement and Modernity
Mingli CHEN, pp.227-250.
Christian Interpretations of the Sanctity of Political Authority in Medieval Western Europe
Jun YANG, pp.251-268.
V. Qing Ji Ming Gong: Academic Debate and Responses
The Periphery Stimulating the Centre: A Perspective on the Study of the Jesuit History in Modern China
Hao WANG, pp.270-283.