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Calvinist Public Theology in Urban China Today
AbstractChristianity in mainland China has often been characterized as a religion for the marginalized of society. However, since the 1990s, there has been a growing phenomenon within the country’s
Pathway to care for patients with first-episode psychosis in Hong Kong
By improving the public and primary care professionals' recognition of early psychotic symptoms, the DUP could be shortened, the investigators concluded.
Heaven and humanity in unity : theosis, sino-christian theology and the second Chinese enlightenment
This thesis explores various trajectories of contextual theology as they have developed in the two Chinese enlightenments of twentieth and twenty-first century China. Drawing methodologically from
Theosis, Sino-Christian theology and the second Chinese enlightenment : heaven and humanity in unity
Introduction 1. The Chinese Enlightenments 2. Watchman Nee's Spiritual Man 3. T. C. Chao's Spiritual Fellowship 4. K. H. Ting's Cosmic Christ 5. Theological Concerns 6. Theosis and China Conclusion
Jonathan Chao and “Return Mission”: The Case of the Calvinist Revival in China
  • A. Chow
  • History
    Mission Studies
  • 9 October 2019
Studies on mission and migration have often focused on the propagation of Christianity from a home context to a foreign context. This is true of studies of Christian mission by Catholics and
Eschatology and World Christianity
This essay explores the developments of eschatology in world Christianity to show how Christian thought and practice have interacted with various contexts to produce unique understandings of time and
Two or Three Gathered Online: Asian and European Responses to COVID-19 and the Digital Church
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a rapid increase in the use of digital technology by Christian communities worldwide This paper offers a cross-continental analysis of how