Tag: Chinese Theology
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A review of A Reader in Chinese Theology edited by Chloë Starr, the best reader on Chinese theology available in English.
Reflecting on “Chinese Christianity in the Modern Era” (2)
Chinese religiosity’s orientation toward cultivating the goodness of human nature in the everyday, societal, and cosmic spheres of life can be found in the diverse threads that make up modern Chinese Christian movements.
Reflecting on “Chinese Christianity in the Modern Era” (1)
To begin this reflective series based on the webinar, “Chinese Christianity in the Modern Era," we consider what it means to see the whole of the Chinese church and what theological lenses are needed to make sense of what we see.
The recording of our recent lecture is now available along with additional resources.
The books, articles, and sermons of Watchman Nee are available online in both Chinese and English.
Lit-sen Chang: Critique of Indigenous Theology; Critique of Humanism
Wise Man from the East: Lit-sen Chang, is the gathering together of two of Lit-sen Chang's publications, Critique of Indigenous Theology and Critique of Humanism, published here in English for the first time. These two essays provide excellent examples of his wide learning, insightful analysis, powerful writing, and firm commitment to historic Christianity.