Vol. 51: Extension of Theology and Modernity (Spring 2024)

Editorial Foreword

Theological Clues to Modernity

SUN Shuai, pp. 1-17


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

Abyss and Creation: Jacob Boehme and the Birth of Ungrund

LEI Siwen, pp. 2-29


Luther on the Hiddenness and Reconstruction of God

SUN Shuai, pp. 30-57


“Between” Theology and Philosophy: A Possible Mutual Interpretation of Kierkegaard and Heidegger through Eternity and the Instant

DENG Ding, pp. 58-84


The Disappearance of Mediation and the Appearance of Singularity: On Divinity of Levinas

WEN Han, pp. 85-104


II. Hun Yuan Zhi Xing: Study of Christian Thinkers

Wolfhart Pannenberg’s Theory of Human Openness: “Openness to God” from the Perspetive of Philosophical Anthropology

ZHAI Kang, pp. 106-127


The Legacy of Ancient Christianity as Theological Canon for Protestants

[USA] Daniel H. Williams, pp. 128-145


Florensky’s Theory of Onomatodoxy

CHAI Xudong, pp. 146-171


The Closure and Defense of Political Theology: Seeing Carl Schmitt from Erik Peterson

WANG Zhiyuan, pp. 172-192


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

Moltmann’s Taoist Interpretation of Creation

LIU Rixin, pp. 194-213


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

Medium, Mythology and Bible: On Frye’s Theoretical Repair toAnatomy of Criticism

LI Wei, pp. 216-236


V. Shu Dian Fan Jing: Reviews and Introductions to New Books

The Invention of the Individual, the Origins of Liberalism, and the Making of the Modern World: A Review on the Inventing the Individual

WANG Dong, pp. 238-255


A “Panorama” and “Close-ups” of the Bible in China: Review on The Oxford Handbook of the Bible in China

XIE Jiapeng, pp. 256-265