|Bible in modern China : the literary and intellectual impact|
|Bible in modern China : the literary and intellectual impact / edited by Irene Eber, Sze-kar Wan, Knut Walf ; in collaboration with Roman Malek.|
"Dedicated to the memory of Samuel Isaac Joseph Schereschewsky (1831-1906), Bishop of Shanghai, theologian, educator, Bible translator extraordinaire"--P. .
Includes bibligraphical references and index. Each paper includes a Chinese abstract.
The Bible in early seventeeth-century China / Nicolas Standaert --Father Gabriele M. Allegra O.F.M. (1907-1976) and the Studium Biblicum Franciscanum: the first complete Chinese Catholic translation of the Bible / Arnulf Camps -- The work of lifetimes: why the Union Version took nearly three decades to complete / Jost Zetzsche -- Linguistic aspects of translating the Bible into Chinese / Lihi Yariv-Laor -- Christian Theologoumena in Western translations of the Daoists / Knut Walf -- The interminable term question / Irene Eber -- A transmitter but not a creator: Ho Tsun-Sheen (1817-1871), the first modern Chinese Protestant theologian / Lauren Pfister -- The Bible translations into Miao: Chinese influence versus linguistic autonomy / Joakim Enwall -- The Bible in twentieth-century Chinese fiction / Lewis S. Robinson --Wang Jingzhi's Yesu de fenfu (The instructions by Jesus): a Christian novel? / Raoul David Findeisen -- Mythopoeic warrior and femme fatale: Mao Dun's version of Samson and Delilah / Marian Galik -- Wu Ching-Hsiung's Chinese translation of images of the Most High in the Psalms / Francis K.H. So -- The emerging hermeneutics of the Chinese church: debate between Wu Leichuan and T.C. Chao and the Chinese Christian problematik / Sze-kar Wan -- Twenty years of studies of Biblical literature in the People's Republic of China (1976-1996) / Gong Liang -- "The sickness God"-The sickness man: the problem of imperfection in China and in the West / Wolfgang Kubin.