2 edition of Western learning and Christianity in China found in the catalog.
Western learning and Christianity in China
|Other titles||Contribution and impact of Johann Adam Schall von Bell, 1592-1666|
|Statement||edited by Roman Malek.|
|Series||Monumenta serica monograph series,, 35|
|Contributions||Malek, Roman, 1951-, International Schall Symposium (1992 : Sankt Augustin, Germany)|
|LC Classifications||BR1285 .W47 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (1259 p.) :|
|Number of Pages||1259|
|LC Control Number||99200566|
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: Western Learning and Christianity in China: The Contribution and Impact of Johann Adam Schall von Bell, S.J. (–), Volume 1 & 2 (Monumenta Serica Monograph Series) (): Malek, Roman: BooksPrice: $ Western Learning and Christianity in China The Contribution and Impact of Johann Adam Schall von Bell, S.J.
() The two volumes present the proceedings of the international conference held in Sankt Augustin incommemorating of the four hundredth birthday of the German-born Jesuit China missionary Johann Adam Schall von Bell. Get this from a library. Western learning and Christianity in China: the contribution and impact of Johann Adam Schall von Bell, [Roman Malek; Monumenta Serica Institute.; China-Zentrum (Sankt Augustin, Germany);] -- Contains proceedings of the International Schall Symposium, held in Sankt Augustin in May Christianity in China appeared in the 7th century, during the Tang dynasty, but did not take root until it was reintroduced in the 16th century by Jesuit missionaries.
Today, it comprises Catholics, Protestants, Evangelicals and a small number of Orthodox gh its history in China is not as ancient as Taoism, Mahayana Buddhism or Confucianism, Christianity, through various ways.
Western Christianity is part of a global story. A story that includes the Orthodox, the churches of Africa, the Copts in Egypt, and the ancient churches of Ethiopia, India, China, and the Americas. And we want to tell that story of the western tradition mindful of the wider context.
Our approach is the choice of themes. This is a list of selected references for Christianity in China David H. Adeney: China - Christian Students Face the Revolution, Downers Grove IL: InterVarsity Press,ISBN David Aikman: Jesus in Beijing: How Christianity is Transforming China and Changing the Global Balance of Power, Washington DC: Regnery Publishing.
This course follows the extraordinary development of Western Christianity from its early persecution under the Roman Empire in the third century to its global expansion with the Jesuits of the early modern world. We explore the dynamic and diverse character of a religion with an enormous cast characters.
We will meet men and women who tell stories of faith as well as of violence, suppression 4/5(3). It presents to the reader, in comprehensive fashion, all current knowledge of Christianity in China, and guides him through the main Chinese and Western sources, bibliographies and scope of the volume is broad and covers a wide range of topics, such as theology, philosophy, astronomy, mathematics, medicine, cannon, botany, art.
“In his book China, Christianity, and the Question of Culture, with a fine scholarship in listing Chinese learning and the main Western contemporary theological positions, the prominent mainland Chinese scholar Yang Huilin shows appreciation for the approach of enculturation of Christianity into the secular context which is dominant in China.
China, Christianity, and the Question of Culture illuminates the unexplored links between Christianity and Chinese culture, from Christianity and higher education in China to the rural acculturation of Christian ideology by indigenous communities.
In a distinctly Chinese voice, Yang presents the legacy of Western missionaries in a new light. Anti-Foreignism and Western Learning in Early Modern Japan The New Theses of Bob Tadashi Wakabayashi.
Add to Cart He shows how knowledge of Christianity inspired Aizawa to develop the potent concept of kokutai and how this in turn enabled the Japanese to redefine their nation’s relationship to China and the West. Of the alternatives represented in the intellectual scene in late Ming, the westerners' Learning from Heaven (T'ien hsüeh) was the least well spite of efforts to assimilate some of it to vocabulary and concepts in classical texts, the Learning from Heaven could not escape also being labeled as western Learning (Hsi hsüeh).It was foreign, whereas the other main intellectual Cited by: For four decades Sources of Chinese Tradition has served to introduce Western readers to Chinese civilization as it has been seen through basic writings and historical documents of the Chinese themselves.
Now in its second edition, revised and extended through Deng Xiaoping and Jiang Zemin–era China, this classic volume remains unrivaled for its wide selection of source readings on. Video created by Yale University for the course "A Journey through Western Christianity: from Persecuted Faith to Global Religion ( - ) ".
“From Persecution to Empire,” explores the interaction between the second-century Christian Church. 35 / Western Learning and Christianity in China.
The Contribution and ImpactMalek, Roman [Ed.], = 34 Der Abbruch des Turmbaus. Christianity is all kinds of screwed up.
Starting from the fact that Jesus was a middle eastern man who the Europeans have white washed and got so many people of other races to eat up and worship the false white version of him.
The contributions in English, German and Chinese pay homage to the jubilarian’s diverse research interests, covering the fields of Chinese Intellectual History, History of Christianity in China, Christianity in China Today, Other Religions in China, Chinese Language and.
FEATURES Daniel H. Bays, editor. Christianity in China: From the Eighteenth Century to the Present. Stanford: Stanford University Press, xxii, pp. Hardcover $, isbn Over three decades ago I published a book that attempted, building on the prior effort of John K.
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After China's defeat in the Opium War ofthinkers tried to understand what made the West so strong and how China could best respond. This unit traces the debates about reform from the mid-nineteenth into the early twentieth century, as arguments for.
The first guide to resources relating to Christianity in China was A Guide to the Archives and Records of Protestant Christian Missions from the British Isles to China,by Leslie R. Marchant, published by the University of Western Australia Press in As the title indicates, it only covers a limited historical period, is limited.
Thus Christianity is here interpreted not just as a Western religion that imposed itself on China, but one that was becoming a Chinese religion, as Buddhism did centuries ing the usual focus on foreign missionaries, as is customary, this research effort is China-centered, drawing on Chinese sources, including government and /5(6).
A New History of Christianity in China, written by one of the world's the leading writers on Christianity in China, looks at Christianity's long history in China, its extraordinarily rapid rise in the last half of the twentieth century, and charts its future direction.
Provides the first comprehensive history of Christianity in China, an important, understudied area in/5.