Results for: Yang Fenggang

Chinese Church Voices

Interview with Yang Fenggang on the Oxford Symposium

An interview with Dr. Fenggang Yang, of Purdue University regarding the Forum for Chinese Theology Symposium. 

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A Brief Q & A with Dr. Fenggang Yang at Purdue

An interview with Dr. Fenggang Yang about a new exchange program at Purdue University.

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3 Questions: Dr. Fenggang Yang

A ChinaSource "3 Questions" interview with Dr. Fenggang Yang, director of the Center on Religion and Chinse Society at Purdue University.

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Confucian Comeback

An Interview with Fenggang Yang

Professor Fenggang Yang provides insightful answers to questions about Confucianism. His comments address topics such as the groups of people among whom Confucianism is growing, the influence of New Confucianists from overseas on Chinese society and thought, and concrete signs that Confucianism is growing in China.

Book Reviews

Red, Black, and Gray

Mapping Religion in China

This atlas provides a detailed examination of the religious landscape in China. In addition to its helpful maps, it includes detailed descriptions and analysis along with photographs depicting the religious life of China.

ZGBriefs

March 27, 2014

Confucian Comeback: An Interview with Fenggang Yang (March 13, 2014, ChinaSource Quarterly)

Professor Fenggang Yang provides insightful answers to questions about Confucianism. His comments address topics such as the groups of people among whom Confucianism is growing, the influence of New Confucianists from overseas on Chinese society and thought, and concrete signs that Confucianism is growing in China.

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National Religion Surveys of China

What do two nationwide studies tell us about the growth of the church in China?

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Are Confucian Values Biblical?

In a recent interview in the ChinaSource Quarterly, Purdue professor Yang Fenggang is quoted as saying that "the Chinese Christian church has become an institutional base for passing on transformed Confucian values to younger generations." Dr. Yang, a sociologist and Director of the Center on Religion and Society at Purdue University, does not necessarily see Confucianism and Christianity as being in competition with one another. Rather, he encourages Christians to seek common ground where possible.

Editorials

Perspectives on Confucianism

The guest editor's point of view.

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An Indiana Zuotan (Informal Discussion)

Last week, on my way home from giving two days of lectures at Taylor University, I had the opportunity to visit the Center on Religion and Chinese Society, at Purdue University in Lafayette, IN.