|International Symposium on the History of Christianity in China : [papers] / sponsored by Baylor University, Hong Kong Baptist University, the Ricci Institute at the University of San Francisco, the Henry Luce Foundation.|
Unpublished papers presented at the Symposium on the History of Christianity in China. Held at the Lam Woo International Conference Centre, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, October 2-4, 1996.
N.B. Most of the titles listed on this OCLC record (HK Baptist U.) do not match papers in hand. Some papers missing. Contents data is informational only.
Contents: Xu Rulei, The contextualization of Chinese Christianity. -- Standaert, N., New trends in the historiography of Christianity in China. -- Lin Jin-shui, Research on the “Odes to Aleni” presented by Fujian literati. -- Wang Chen-main, Keeping balance between the church and the state. -- Bays, Daniel H., Chen Chonggui and the evolution of 20th-century Chinese Protestantism. -- Brook, Timothy, A Christian among the Buddhists: lay religion and the Confucian enterprise in the life of Xu Guangqi. -- Mungello, D. E., The Christians of 17th and 18th-century Jinan. -- Tiedemann, R. G., From target to safe haven: the changing role of Christian missions in Shandong, China, 1860-1945. -- Rule, Paul A., The history of Christianity in China in the light of theology of religions. -- Zhuo Xinping, The figurists and the acknowledgement of similarities in Chinese and Western cultures. -- Collani, Claudia Von, Kilian Stumpf, S.J. and the Chinese rites controversy after 1710. -- Wang Meixiu, John L. Nevius' system and the churches in China. -- Pfister, Lauren F., The Way is one, but its expresssions are many: 19th century Protestant influences on Ruist (Confucian) spirituality in Guangzhou. -- Wiest, Jean-Paul, In whose name? The missiological impact of Aurora University on the Roman Catholic Church in China. -- Zhang Kaiyuan, The historical fate of Chinese church-related universities, using the papers of M. S. Bates as documentary evidence. -- Ng Tze-ming, Perspectives on paradoxes: some thoughts on Christian higher education in modern China. -- Malatesta, Edward J., S.J., An historical-theological essay on China and the Jesuits. -- Zurcher, E., Christian dogma and Confucian religiosity: the two faces of late Ming Christianity.