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The Chinese face of Jesus Christ
AuthorMalek, Roman
Monumenta Serica Institute
China-Zentrum (Sankt Augustin, Germany)
Pub. LocationSankt AugustinPublisherInstitut Monumenta Serica
Date2002Phys. Desc.[3] v. : ill. ; 25 cm.
LocationHallway CasesCall NumberBT203.C45 2002
The Chinese face of Jesus Christ / edited by Roman Malek.
Jointly published by Institut Monumenta Serica and China-Zentrum, 2002.
Projected 5 volumes. Library has v. 1-3b. Paged continuously. English and German. Includes bibliographical references.

Description from Monumenta Serica: This collection in five volumes tries to realize the desideratum of a comprehensive interdisciplinary work on the manifold faces and images of Jesus in China, which unites the Sinological, mission-historical, theological, art-historical, and other aspects. The first three volumes (vols. L/1-3) contain articles and texts which discuss the faces and images of Jesus Christ from the Tang dynasty to the present time. In a separate volume (vol. L/4) follows an annotated bibliography of the Western and Chinese writings on Jesus Christ in China and a general index with glossary. The iconography, i.e., the attempts of the Western missionaries and the Chinese to portray Jesus in an artistic way, will be presented in the fifth volume of this collection (vol. L/5).

Contents of Volume 1:
Introductory Essays: ROMAN MALEK, S.V.D.: Faces and Images of Jesus Christ in Chinese Context. Introduction — PAUL H. WELTE, O.P.: Does Jesus Christ Need A Facelift? A Critical Voice to the Project "The Chinese Face of Christ." Remarks on Some Problems of Inculturation — Preliminary Contextual Considerations: Dao — Logos — Yesu: LIVIA KOHN: Embodiment and Transcendence in Medieval Taoism — JOSEPH H. WONG, O.S.B. CAM.: Tao — Logos — Jesus. Lao Tzu, Philo, and John Compared — J.D.M. DERRETT: St. John's Jesus and the Buddha — JOST O. ZETZSCHE: Indigenizing the "Name Above All Names": Chinese Transliterations of Jesus Christ — Part I: Faces and Images of Jesus Christ from Tang to Yuan: YVES RAGUIN, S.J. (1912—1998): China's First Evangelization by the 7th and 8th Century Eastern Syrian Monks. Some Problems Posed by the First Chinese Expressions of the Christian Traditions — STEVE ESKILDSEN: Christology and Soteriology in the Chinese Nestorian Texts — GUNNER B. MIKKELSEN: "Quickly guide me to the peace of the Pure Land": Christology and Buddhist Terminology in the Chinese Manichaean Hymnscroll — HANS-JOACHIM KLIMKEIT (1939—1999): Jesus' Entry into Parinirvana. Manichaean Identity in Buddhist Central Asia — HANS-JOACHIM KLIMKEIT (1939—1999): Das Kreuzessymbol in der zentralasiatischen Religionsbegegnung. Zum Verhältnis von Christologie und Buddhologie in der zentralasiatischen Kunst — FRANZ XAVER PEINTINGER: In Nomine Domini. Ein christlicher Grabstein in Yangzhou (1344)
Anthology I: Hsü-t'ing Messiah Sutra or Jesus Messiah Sutra (ca. 635) — The Lord of the Universe's Discourse On Alms-Giving (ca. 640) — The Sutra on Mysterious Rest and Joy (ca. 780) — The Luminous Lord of the Universe. From the "Nestorian Monument" (781) — A Nestorian Motwa Hymn in Adoration of the Holy Trinity (8th c.) — King Messiah: Syriac Texts from Gaochang (9th—12th c.) — Manichäische Jesus-Hymnen aus China (8.—9. Jh.) — Christ described in a Poem by Li Bai (701—762). Interpretation proposed by WU QIMING. Presented by ADRIAN DUDINK

Contents of Volume 2:
Part II: Faces and Images of Jesus Christ from Ming to Qing:
GAUVIN ALEXANDER BAILEY: The Image of Jesus in Chinese Art during the Time of the Jesuit Mission (16th—18th centuries) — CARMEN GUARINO: Images of Jesus in Matteo Ricci's Pictures for Chengshi moyuan — GIANNI CRIVELLER, P.I.M.E.: Christ Introduced to Late Ming by Giulio Aleni S.J. (1582—1649) — SUN YUMING: Cultural Translatability and the Presentation of Christ as Portrayed in Visual Images from Ricci to Aleni — PAUL RULE: The Jesus of the "Confucian Christians" of the Seventeenth Century — WHALEN LAI: Jesus in the Shengshui jiyan of the Early Yang Tingyun (1557—1627) — DOMINIC SACHSENMAIER: The Jesus of Zhu Zongyuan (1616—1660). A Complex Pattern of Inculturation — CLAUDIA VON COLLANI: Jesus of the Figurists — MIGUEL ÁNGEL SAN ROMÁN, O.P.: Jesus Christ Proclaimed in the Early Dominican Mission in China — GIOVANNI STARY: Jesus Introduced to the Manchus — P. RICHARD BOHR: Jesus, Christianity, and Rebellion in China. The Evangelical Roots of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom — LAUREN F. PFISTER: Reconsidering Three Faces of the "Revived One" from Mid-19th Century China — MARGO S. GEWURTZ: The "Jesus Sect" and "Jesus Opium": Creating a Christian Community in Rural North Honan, 1890—1912 — RALPH R. COVELL: Jesus in Protestant Writings in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries — JESSIE G. LUTZ: The Jesus of the Early Chinese Protestant Evangelists.

Anthology II: Early Jesuits on Jesus Christ — MICHELE RUGGIERI, S.J. (1543—1607): On the Birthday of God (Twelve Poems) — Matteo Ricci, Jesus und das Kreuz — XU GUANGQI (1562—1633): Eulogies and Hymns on Jesus — WEN XIANGFENG (1577—1642) a.o.: Jesus, the Barbarian — Giulio Aleni S.J. (1582—1642) on Jesus Christ — YANG GUANGXIAN (1597—1669): Jesus: A Subversive Rebel Leader — LUDOVICO BUGLIO, S.J. (1606—1682): Jesus in Budeyi bian — FERDINAND VERBIEST, S.J. (1623—1688): The Passion of Jesus — WU YUSHAN (WU LI), S.J. (1632—1718): Poems on Jesus — BLAISE PASCAL (1623—1662): Dieu crucifié: Le scandale de la Croix — BENNO M. BIERMANN, O.P. (1884—1970): Die Predigt des Kreuzes — GEORGE H. DUNNE, S.J.: Jesuit Suppression of the Doctrine of the Cross? — NICOLAS STANDAERT, S.J. (introduction): Jesus Christ in the Lidai shenxian tongjian — E.T.C. WERNER (1864—1954): Christ in the Li-tai shen-hsien t'ung-chien — K.L. Reichelt (1877—1952): Eine "taoistische" Geschichte Jesu aus Shenxian gangjian (1701) — The Chinese Text from Lidai shenxian tongjian (or Shenxian jian) — Taiping Texts on Jesus — ZHIGANG (19th. c.): An Ordinary Person: Jesus — ANONYMOUS (19th. c.): Jesus, the Only Hog.

Contents of Volume 3a
Part III: Modern Faces and Images of Jesus Christ.
Donald Daniel Leslie and Yang Daye: Jesus the Prophet in Chinese Islam -- Françoise Aubin: Jesus in the Confrontation between Islam and Christianity Transposed into China -- Francis K.H. So: The Subverted Image of Christ in the May Fourth Era -- Lewis S. Robinson: Medicine for the Soul? Christ-like Sacrifice and Filial Piety in Lu Xun’s Yao and Mo Yan’s Lingyao -- Liang Gong: The Image of Jesus in The Death of Jesus by Mao Dun -- Anna Bujatti: Lu Xun, Xu Zhimo, Ai Qing, and Mao Dun: The Human Face of Jesus Christ -- Roman Malek, s.v.d.: Der Sozialreformer Jesus. Das Leben Jesu nach Wu Leichuan (1869–1944) -- Ekman P.C. Tam: The Cross and the Lotus: Karl Ludvig Reichelt’s (1877–1952) Mission Theology and Methodology -- Winfried Glüer: Jesus in the Theology of T.C. Chao (1888–1979) -- Gotelind Müller: Lin Yutang (1895–1976), Christianity, and Jesus : A Bundle of Contradictions -- Matthias Christian, s.v.d.: John C.H. Wu (1899–1986) on Christ and China -- Poling J. Sun: Jesus in the Writings of Wang Mingdao -- Anthony S.K. Lam: The Image of Jesus in Kung Kao Po 1928 to 1930.

Anthology III: Richard Wilhelm (1873–1930): Jesus von Nazareth -- Hu Shi (1891–1962): The Death of Jesus -- Chu Chih-hsin [Zhu Zhixin] (1885–1920): What is Jesus? -- Ch’en Tu-hsiu [Chen Duxiu] (1879–1942): Jesus, the Incarnation of Universal Love -- Bing Xin (1900–1999): Gethsemane and Golgatha -- Lu Xun (1881–1936): Revenge (II) -- Wang Jingzhi (1902–1996): The Cross -- P.C. Hsu [Xu Baoqian] (1892–1944): Uniqueness of Jesus from a Chinese Standpoint -- T.C. Chao [Zhao Zichen] (1888–1979): What Jesus Means to Me -- L.C. Wu [Wu Leichuan] (1869–1944): Jesus as I Know Him -- T.C. Chao [Zhao Zichen] (1888–1979): The Pathway by Which I Know Jesus -- Wu Yao Tsong [Wu Yaozong] (1893–1979): My Conception of the Universe and of Life since I Knew Jesus -- Hoh Loan Shi: My Most Vital Sermon. The Spirit of the One Hundred and Twenty (Acts 1:12-14) -- Zia Nai-Zing [Xie Fuya] (1892–1991): Jesus as I Know Him -- Wang Shih Tsing: What Jesus Means To Me -- Peter S. Kuan: Jesus as I Know Him -- K.S. Wang: The Christ of the Chinese Road -- Xu Zhimo (1897–1931): Kalvarienberg -- Paul G. Hayes: The Virgin Birth in Chinese Thought -- George A. Young: Jesus, the Fourth Gospel and New China -- Lo Ch’uan-fang [Luo Chuanfang]: Jesus as a Missionary -- Andrew C.Y. Cheng [Cheng Zhiyi] (1898–1939): Follow­ing Jesus -- T.C. Chao [Zhao Zichen] (1888–1979): Jesus and the Reality of God -- Chiang Kai-shek [Jiang Jieshi] (1887–1975): Jesus Christus als Revolutionär.

Contents of Volume 3b:
Part IV: Contemporary Faces and Images of Jesus Christ.
Philip Clart: Jesus in Chinese Popular Sects; Marián Gálik: Jesus the Proletarian. A Biography by Zhu Weizhi (1905–1999); Wang Xiaochao: Marxist Interpretations of Jesus in China (1949–1999); Kristin Kupfer: Images of Jesus Christ in Christian Inspired Spiritual and Religious Movements in China since 1978; Barbara Hoster: “Rereading the Bible.” Jesus in Chinese Poems of the Late 20th Century; Peter C. Phan: Jesus with a Chinese Face. C.S. Song’s Jesus-Oriented Christology; Benoît Vermander, S.J.: Jesus Christ as Seen by Chinese Catholic Theologians Today; Gotthard Oblau: Himmlischer Arzt, Fürsprecher, Mahner und Weiser. Das Christusbild in chinesischen (evangelischen) Zeugnissen der Gegenwart; Heup Young Kim: Toward a Christotao: Christ as the Theanthropocosmic Tao; Jonathan Tan Yun-ka: Jesus, the Crucified and Risen Sage. Constructing a Contemporary Confucian Christology; Edmond Tang: The Cosmic Christ. The Search for a Chinese Theology; Joseph H. Wong, O.S.B. Cam.: Homo nobilis and Christ the Perfect Man. Fang Tung-mei, Karl Rahner, and the Chinese Face of Jesus; Liu Xiaofeng: A Trinitarian View on quaestio fidei in the Context of Modern Culture; Wolfgang Kubin: Vox clamantis in deserto. The Worldly Faces of Jesus Christ: China and the West.

Anthology IV: Dom Pierre-Célestin Lou Tseng-Tsiang, O.S.B. (1871–1949): Ways of Confucius and of Christ; John C.H. Wu (1899–1986): A Chinese Tunic for Christ; Guo Moruo (1892–1978): Jesus and Stalin; Ya Xian: The Monastery; Lin Yutang (1895–1976): The Teachings of Jesus; Chiang Kai-shek (1888–1975): Testimony on Good Friday 1960; Ji Xian: Type-B Blood; Chiang Kai-shek (1888–1975): Testimony on Easter 1961; Chiang Kai-shek (1888–1975): Testimony on Easter 1963; Chiang Kai-shek (1888–1975): Testimony on Easter 1964; Frère Pierre Zhou: Rêve de Noël; Jesus, Mao, and Gesta Dei per Sinenses (1966–1976); Yesu (Zongjiao cidian, Shanghai 1981); Choan-seng Song: From the Point-Nosed to the Flat-Nosed Christ; Simon Zhao: Bitter Cup and the Place of Skulls; A.B. Chang Ch’un-shen, S.J.: Jesus Christus – Der „Himmel-Mensch“ und das ch’i in der Christologie; Shen Yifan (1928–1994): Paradoxe Wahrheit des Kreuzes; Ch’iao Lin: The Face of Christ; Bai Hua: Auferstehen; Wang Meng: On the Cross; Han Bide: Why Jesus Christ Died on the Cross; Ding Guangxun (K.H. Ting): The Cosmic Christ; Gu Cheng (1956–1993): The Cross; Jung Young Lee: Jesus Christ: The Perfect Realization of Change; Wang Weifan: Meditationen über Jesus; Sha Yexin: Jesus, Confucius, and John Lennon: Act I; Choan-seng Song: Jesus, the Reign of God, and the Crucified People; Agnes Lee, S.M.I.C.: Jesus Christ and the Christian Identity in China; Harmony in Jesus Christ (fabc); Edmund Chia, F.S.C.: Face of Jesus Christ in Asia; Luis Antonio G. Tagle – Jacob Theckanath: Faces and Images of Jesus Christ in Asia.

Subject(s)Jesus Christ--History of doctrines
Theology, Doctrinal--China--History
China--Church history--Sources
Jesus Christ--Art--China
Christianity--China--History--Sources
Theology, Doctrinal--China--History--Sources
Christian art and symbolism--China--History
SeriesMonumenta serica monograph series ; 50
Rec. TypeBookLanguageEnglish, German
CollectionRicci Institute LibraryRec. #3045
ISBN3805004761LCCN2004471523OCLC51682729