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Author List for Standaert, Nicolas 鐘鳴旦

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Bendihua : tan fuyin yu wenhua 本地化 : 談福音與文化. [Inculturatie. Chinese]
Bibliography of the Jesuit mission in China : ca. 1580-ca. 1680
China Mission Studies (1550-1800) Bulletin IV (1982)
China Mission Studies (1550-1800) Bulletin IX (1987)
China Mission Studies (1550-1800) Bulletin VII (1985)
Chinese voices in the rites controversy : travelling books, community networks, intercultural arguments. [ARSI Jap-Sin 137, 157, 160, 165, 167. Jap-Sin I, 206]
Christianity in China [Catholic Historical Review vol. LXXXIII, no.4 October, 1997]
Faguo guojia tushuguan Ming-Qing Tianzhujiao wenxian 法國國家圖書館明清天主教文獻. Chinese Christian texts from the National Library of France. Textes chrétiens chinois de la Bibliothèque nationale de France
The Fascinating God : a challenge to modern Chinese theology presented by a text on the name of God written by a 17th century Chinese student of theology. [Di Tian kao 帝天考. English]
Forgive us our sins : Confession in late Ming and early Qing China. [Vera et Unica Praxis : Confissionario. Shengjiao yaojin de daoli 聖教要緊的道禮]
Handbook of Christianity in China. Vol.1: 635-1800
An illustrated Life of Christ presented to the Chinese emperor : the history of Jincheng shuxiang (1640). [Jincheng shuxiang 進呈書像. English & Chinese]
Inculturatie : evangelie en cultuur
Inculturation : the Gospel and cultures. [Inculturatie. English]
The intercultural weaving of historical texts : Chinese and European stories about Emperor Ku and his concubines
The interweaving of rituals : funerals in the cultural exchange between China and Europe
The Jesuits did not manufacture Confucianism. [EASTM 16]
Jidujiao yu Zhongguo shehui wenhua 基督教與中國社會文化 : 第一屆國際年青學者研討會論文集
Keqin de Tianzhu : Qingchu Jidutu lun Di tan Tian 可親的天主 : 清初基督徒論帝談天. [The Fascinating God. Chinese]
Networks and circulation of knowledge: encounters between Jesuits, Manchus and Chinese in late Imperial China [EASTM Special issue]
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