|Handbook of Christianity in Japan|
|Author||Mullins, Mark R., 1954-|
|Date||2003||Phys. Desc.||dig.pdf. [x, 423 pages]|
|Location||Digital Archives||Call Number||BR1305.H34 2003d|
|Handbook of Christianity in Japan / edited by Mark R. Mullins.|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents: Roman Catholic mission in pre-modern Japan / Miyazaki Kentarō -- The Kakure Kirishitan tradition / Miyazaki Kentarō -- The modern missionary movement in Japan: Roman Catholic, Protestant, Orthodox / Helen J. Ballhatchet -- The cross under an imperial sun: imperialism, nationalism, and Japanese Christianity, 1895-1945 / A. Hamish Ion -- Japan's Protestant schools and churches in light of early mission theory and history / Thomas John Hastings -- Holiness, Pentecostal, and Charismatic movements in modern Japan / Ikegami Yoshimasa -- Indigenous Christian movements / Mark R. Mullins -- Christian churches in the postwar period / Michael J. Sherrill -- Theology in Japan / J. Nelson Jennings -- Bible translations / Bernardin Schneider -- The Christian encounter with Japanese Buddhism / Notto R. Thelle -- Shinto and Christianity: a history of conflict and compromise / John Breen -- New religions and Christianity / Shimazono Susumu -- Bridging the divide: writing Christian faith (and doubt) in modern Japan / Mark Williams -- Mission schools and education for women / Karen Seat -- Christian social welfare and the modernization of Japan / Endō Kōichi -- Christianity and politics in Japan / M. William Steele -- Archival collections in Japanese institutions / Yoshida Ryō -- Research institutes and academic societies / Kuyama Michihiko.
Summary: A reference on the history, cultural impact and reshaping of Christianity in Japan. The first part focuses on Christianity in Japanese history; the second examines the relationship between Christianity and Japanese society; and the last part covers resources for studying Christianity in Japan.
Local access dig. pdf. [Handbook Christianity Japan.pdf]
Also available online to USF community at Gleeson Library.