Contextualization of Christianity in China: An Evaluation in Modern Perspective

1st Edition

Peter Cheng-Main Wang

Routledge
Published June 30, 2007
Reference - 316 Pages
ISBN 9783805005470 - CAT# Y317469
Series: Collectanea Serica

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Summary

Contextualization in the study of the history of Christianity in China has become increasingly popular in recent years. It has become a key research criterion in evaluating the strategies of Christian missions, of missionary behavior, of conflicts between Christian and local cultures, and of the success or failure of a given Church mission in China.
This volume presents the papers of an International Symposium on the "Contextualization of Christianity in China: An Evaluation in Modern Perspective" held at Leiden University in 2002, supplemented by additional contributions, covering a wide range of fields, namely, Sinology, history, theology, missiology, religion, philosophy, and political science.

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