Ching Feng
Published by Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, CUHK
Volume 14, Number 1-2, 2015
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Ching Feng (first published under the title Quarterly Notes in 1957) is the organ of the Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture. The purpose of the journal is to promote critical and innovative investigations into all aspects of the study of Chinese Christianity, Chinese Religions, and Interreligious dialogue between Christianity and Asian Religions.

International Advisory Board

John BERTHRONG | Boston University, USA
Mark FANG, SJ | Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan
HUANG Po-ho | Chang Jung Christian University, Taiwan
KIM Heup Young | Kangnam University, Korea
KWOK Pui-lan | Episcopal Divinity School, USA
Whalen LAI | The University of California, Davis, USA
Archie C. C. LEE | The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Peter K. H. LEE | Retired Director of CSCCRC, Hong Kong
Philip Y. S. LEUNG | The Chinese University of Hong Kong
LIU Shu-hsien | Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Daniel L. OVERMYER | The University of British Columbia, Canada
YANG Fenggang | Purdue University, USA
Editorial Board

CHU Cindy Yik-yi | Hong Kong Baptist University
LAI Chi-tim | The Chinese University of Hong Kong
LAI Pan-chiu (Editor-in-chief) | The Chinese University of Hong Kong
LAI Tsz Pang John | The Chinese University of Hong Kong
LEE Kam-keung | Hong Kong Baptist University
Lauren F. PFISTER | Hong Kong Baptist University
YING Fuk-tsang | The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Editorial Staff

Executive Editor:  Francis Ching-wah YIP | The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Manuscript Editor:  NG Sau Lai
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Notes for Contributors

The editors welcome original research articles, review articles or book reviews, dissertation abstracts, and academic news that are related to the areas of Chinese Christianity, Chinese religions and culture, and dialogue between Christianity and Asian religions and cultures.

All articles are anonymously peer-reviewed. After they are notified of the receipt of their submissions, authors should allow three to four months for a review.

Research or review articles, including notes, should be between 5,000–8,000 words in length. Authors should submit a written declaration that their articles have not been previously published in English and are not concurrently being considered for publication elsewhere.

The editors accept manuscripts in hardcopy or softcopy. Manuscripts in hardcopy should be double-spaced, singled-sided on A4-size or letter-size paper (including footnotes, block quotations and bibliography), with margins on all four sides of at least one inch (2.5 cm). The editors also accept manuscripts sent as e-mail attachments, and strongly prefer MS Word format. Articles should be annotated with footnotes, not endnotes.

Authors should attach a sheet to their manuscripts including the title of the article, the author’s name, institutional affiliation, mailing address and e-mail address. An abstract of around 100 words should be included on a separate sheet.

Documentation should conform to the style recommended in The Chicago Manual of Style (16th edition). Authors are strongly encouraged to use the system of “notes and bibliography”; full details should be provided in a first note. Whenever appropriate, Chinese and other Asian proper names and terms should be provided, together with romanization, for the first occurrence; the pinyin system or the Wade-Giles system should be used for Chinese names and terms.

Contributors will receive a typeset proof (as PDF file) before their articles are published.

It is a condition of publication in Ching Feng that authors assign copyright to the Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture. Authors may use their published articles elsewhere, provided that prior permission of the Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture is obtained and that Ching Feng is acknowledged as the original place of publication. Authors are responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce any copyrighted material from other sources. Authors of articles are entitled complimentary offprints of their articles.

Articles in Ching Feng represent neither the views of the Study Centre nor those of its editors. Responsibility for opinions expressed therein and for the accuracy of facts rests with the individual authors.

Contributions, exchanges, and business correspondence please address to the executive editor of Ching Feng, Professor Francis Ching-wah Yip, Department of Cultural and Religious Studies, K. K. Leung Building, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, Hong Kong (email: francisyip@cuhk.edu.hk, chingfeng@csccrc.org).

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Volume 14, Number 1-2, 2015

Articles

Reading the Psalms of 1 Chronicles 16:8–36 Cross-textually and Inter-textually

Archie Chi Chung Lee

A Textual Analysis of Chinese Characters with Their Variants in Two Dunhuang Jingjiao Manuscripts

Wang Lanping

Albert Poulet-Mathis, SJ: Pioneering in Religious Dialogue

Batairwa Kubuya Paulin

美國宣道會傳教士視野下的甘藏邊界 The Kansu-Tibetan Border in the Eyes of American Christian and Missionary Alliance Missionaries

Li Wenwen 李穩穩

「信仰成長」的敘事──中國福建省基督徒中學生的個案研究 The Narratives of “Faith Development”: A Case Study on the Christian Students from the Middle Schools of Fujian Province, China

Wang Zhixi 王志希

融合與創新──看丹楠「五行色」觀念背後的繪畫理念 Integration and Innovation: On Dan Nan’s Painting Philosophy behind the Concept of the Five-Element Color System

Ji Jingyi 紀京一 (彩圖版)

Book Reviews and Review Essays

Philip L. Wickeri, ed. Christian Encounters with Chinese Culture: Essays on Anglican and Episcopal History in China

Joseph Tse-hei Lee

Moira M. W. Chan-Yeung. The Practical Prophet: Bishop Ronald O. Hall of Hong Kong and His Legacies

Anna Qing Wu

Tang Kaijian. Setting Off from Macao: Essays on Jesuit History during the Ming and Qing Dynasties

Thierry Meynard

文化心理視角下的十七世紀中西文化交流──《歐洲遇見中國,中國遇見歐洲》書評 Cultural Exchange between China and the West in the 17th Century from the Cultural-Psychological Perspective: A Review on Europe Meets China, China Meets Europe

Xiao Qinghe 肖清和

新教中國專案和馬禮遜的功績重探 Protestant Plan for China and Robert Morrison’s Achievement Reconsidered: A Review on Christopher A. Daily, Robert Morrison and the Protestant Plan for China

Yao Dadui 姚達兌

Volume 13, Number 1-2, 2014
Volume 12, Number 1-2, 2013

Special Issue for Christianity in Asia: Past, Present and Future

Introduction to the Special Issue

LAI Pan-chiu

The Role of Contemporary Translation Theory in Chinese Bible Translation

CHONG Yau-yuk

Reconsidering the Christian Understanding of Universal Salvation in Mahayana Buddhist Perspective

LAI Pan-chiu

Theology of Creativity: Neo-Confucian and (Neo-) Christian(?)

HUANG Yong

Revolution and Religious Reform: The Indigenous Church Movement in Republican China

Cole CARNESECCA

The Policy on Religion and Protestant Christianity in Modern Korea, 1945–2010: History and Prospect

PAEK Chong-ku (PAIK Jong-koe)

Christian Witness in the Marketplace in Hong Kong

LEE Kam-hon, Dennis P. McCANN and MaryAnn Ching YUEN

Wealth Creation in China from a Christian Perspective

Georges ENDERLE

Centesimus Annus and China’s Market Economy: A Contextual Commentary

GAO Zhe

Revisiting the Foundations of Bioethics: Prospects of a Sino-Christian Discourse

Gerhold K. BECKER

Book Review

Paul S. Chung. Church and Ethical Responsibility in the Midst of World Economy: Greed, Dominion, and Justice

Kin Yip LOUIE

Volume 11, Number 2, 2012

Articles

Engaging Dietrich Bonhoeffer in Comparative Ethical Study: Political Minjung and Confucian Ethics of Rectification

Paul S. CHUNG

The Dialogic Dimension of Catholic Engagement in Taiwan

BATAIRWA Kubuya Paulin

Special Contributions

T. C. Chao Re-visited: Questions about His Later Years

Winfried M. GLÜER

Creation Renewed: Heaven-Earth-Humanity. A Journey in Wesleyan-Orthodox-Confucian Theological Interculturation

Peter K. H. LEE

Book Reviews

David A. Palmer, Glenn Shive, and Philip L. Wickeri, eds. Chinese Religious Life

Neky Tak-ching CHEUNG

Richard C. Cook and David W. Pao, eds. After Imperialism: Christian Identity in China and the Global Evangelical Movement

Alexander CHOW

Edmund Kee-fook Chia. Edward Schillebeeckx and Interreligious Dialogue: Perspectives from Asian Theology

Ambrose Ih-ren MONG

Vincent Goossaert and David A. Palmer. The Religious Question in Modern China

LIU Yi

Volume 11, Number 1, 2012

Articles

Source, Survival and Supremacy: Rethinking the Reception of the Chinese Union Version of the Bible in Chinese Protestant Communities

CHONG Yau-yuk

Waves of Influence across the South Seas: Mutual Support between Protestants in Minnan and Southeast Asia

Chris WHITE

Christian-Confucian Dialogue in Construction of Cultural Reality: Global-Critical, Intercivilizational, and Postcolonial

Paul S. CHUNG

How Does Public Theology Engage in Public Debate? Some Implications for Public Theology in the Emerging Sino-Christian Context

Timothy Lee-Yii LAU

Book Reviews

Expanding Process: Exploring Philosophical and Theological Transformations in China and the West

Peter K. H. LEE

The Cave and the Butterfly: An Intercultural Theory of Interpretation and Religion in the Public Sphere

XIE Zhibin

Conference Report

The International Symposium on Justice from Multi-Religious Perspectives Held at Shandong University

DONG Xiuyuan & PAN Donglei

Volume 10, Number 1-2, 2010-2011

Special Issue for Buddhist-Christian Encounter and Dialogue among Civilizations

Introduction to the Special Issue

LAI Pan-chiu

An Early World-Wide Web Religions of Eurasia

Alan HUNTER

Lotus and Swastika in Assyrian Church in China: Buddhist Legacy or Aryan Heritage?

CHAN Kim-kwong

Buddhist-Christian Encounter in the Age of Science: A Case Study of Modern Chinese Buddhism

LAI Pan-chiu & WANG Tao

The “Humanization” of Buddhism: Aspects of Western Adaptations of Buddhism

Notto R. THELLE

Toward a Buddhist-Christian Theology of Creation: An Exercise in Inter-religious Theology

Perry SCHMIDT-LEUKEL

Other Articles

Welcoming the Exposure of the Counter Revolutionary. . . A Chinese Theologian Coming to Terms with the Past

Monika GAENSSBAUER

Caught in the Middle: Issues of Interculturality in Early Missionary Encounters. The Case of the Basel Mission with Particular Regard to Theodor Hamberg

Tobias BRANDNER

In Search of the Third Space: Theological Anthropology in Eastern Orthodoxy and Sino-Christian Theology

Alexander CHOW

Review Essays

What is so “Irregular” About it?

David Kwang-sun SUH

A New Approach to Ecological Theology in the Frame of Confucian-Christian Dialogue: On Confucian-Christian Dialogue and Ecological Concern

SUN Xiangchen

Book Review

Louis Ha and Patrick Taveirne, ed. History of Catholic Religious Orders and Missionary Congregations in Hong Kong. Volume One: Historical Materials. Volume Two: Research Papers

Jean-Paul WIEST

Volume 9, Number 1-2, 2008-2009

Articles

The Orientation of the Taiwanese Catholic Church during Chiang Kai-shek’s Government: Sinicization in the Pursuit of Identity

CHEN Tsung-ming

Xie Fuya as a Contributor to Religious Studies in China in the First Half of the Twentieth Century

Christian MEYER

Going Beyond a Dialogue with Jürgen Moltmann regarding His Understanding on Daodejing

Megumi YOSHIDA

Pre-Confucian Chinese Beliefs as Reflected by the Religious Symbols in the Book of Poetry

HO Shun-yee

Karl Barth, Israel, and Religious Pluralism

Paul S. CHUNG

Field Reports

Editors’ Note

Functions of Protestant Churches in Promoting Social Harmony in Socialist China: A Preliminary Study Based on Interviews with Parishioners and Pastors in Shanghai

ZHANG Zhan, HUANG Wei, CHEN Guo, WU Fuyou, CAI Yilun, MAO Yan, LU Liang, and LIU Jingjing

Contributing to the Construction of Social Morality and Harmonious Society: A Study of the Protestant Churches in Shanghai

LENG Xin, XIE Hua, XIA Hui, ZHOU Yong, and LI Jianfeng

Volume 8, Number 1-2, 2007

Special Issue for the Bicentennial of Robert Morrison’s Arrival in China

Editors’ Introduction

LAI Pan-chiu & YING Fuk-tsang

The Right Reverend Dr. George Smith, Anglican Bishop of Victoria (1849–1865): His Advice to the Church Missionary Society and His Missionary Travels on the Chinese Mainland

Gillian BICKLEY

Robert Morrison and the Old Protestant Cemetery in Macao

Louis HA

A Parting Memorial: Morrison and Missionary Motivation: His Sabbatical Sermons, 1823–1826

Christopher D. HANCOCK

Christian Mission and Higher Education: A Case for the Study of World Christianity Today

Peter Tze Ming NG

In the Eye of a Tornado: Lessons to Be Learned from Critiques of Christian Missionaries

Lauren F. PFISTER

Preaching the Social Gospel: Protestants and Economic Modernization in Republican China, 1927–1931

Thomas H. REILLY

The Importance of Shandong: A Missiological Evaluation of a Place

Scott W. SUNQUIST

Protestant “Missionary Cases” (jiao’an) in Shandong Province, 1860–1900

R. G. TIEDEMANN

The Chinese Nation-state, Missionary Medicine and Chinese Women

M. Cristina ZACCARINI

Dealing the Culture Card against Episcopal Women’s Ministry in Asia

Elizabeth KOEPPING

Volume 7, Number 1-2, 2006

Special Issue on the Kingdom of God, the Pure Land and the Human World

Introduction

Special Issue Editors LAI Pan-chiu & XUE Yu

Part I Buddhist Interpretations of the Pure Land

Eschatological Faith in the Coming Kingdom, East and West: Mao Tzu-yüan and the Four Pure Lands

Whalen LAI

Shin Buddhism and Axial Civilization

Galen AMSTUTZ

Establishing a Pure Land in This World: Xingyun’s Model

JUE Ji

Part II Christian Interpretations of the Kingdom of God

The Entrance and Inheritance of the Kingdom of God in the Christian Religion

Eric K. C. WONG

The “Kingdom of Heaven” in China: Exploring the Taiping Millennial Vision

P. Richard BOHR

Part III Comparative Studies

Understanding Suffering from Buddhist and Christian Perspectives

XUE Yu

God’s Vow: A Pure Land Perspective on the Cross of Christ

Notto R. THELLE

Birth into the Pure Land and Resurrection of the Body: A Comparative Study between Pure Land Buddhism and Christianity

Martin REPP

Part IV Dialogues in Relation to Contemporary Society

The Kingdom of God and the Pure Land: A Dialogical Study of Eschatology and Praxis

LAI Pan-chiu

The Pure Land, the Kingdom of God and the Critique and Transformation of This World

Andres S. K. TANG

God’s Reign and the Pure Land in Interfaith and Scientific Discourse on Imago Dei and Buddha Nature

Paul S. CHUNG

Volume 6, Number 2, 2005

Articles

A Christian Monastery for Buddhist Monks, Part II: Buddhist Rhetoric in Karl Ludvig Reichelt’s Christian Liturgies

Notto R. THELLE

Literacy, Canon and Social Reality: Socio-cultural Dimension of the Reception of the Bible among Ethnic Groups in Southwest China

YOU Bin

Alfred North Whitehead and Yi Yulgok on Cosmology: A Preliminary Comparison with Special Reference to Confucian–Christian Dialogue

Chung Soon LEE

Translation

Typology and Prospect of Sino-Christian Theology

LAI Pan-chiu

Book Review

Harold V. Bennett, Injustice Made Legal: Deuteronomic Law and the Plight of Widows, Strangers, and Orphans in Ancient Israel

Joseph Tse-hei LEE

Volume 6, Number 1, 2005

A Christian Monastery for Buddhist Monks, Part I: Karl Ludvig Reichelt’s Sacred Mountains

Notto R. THELLE

System of Harmony According to Confucius and Paul: Music, Goodness, Beauty

YEO Khiok-Khng

Transcending Differences between Christianity and Buddhism with Love: The Life and Literary Works of Xu Dishan

CHAN Wai-keung

Reinterpreting Christianity Buddhistically: Xu Songshi’s Indigenous Theology

HO Hing-cheong

Reflections on the History of Buddhist–Christian Encounter in Modern China

LAI Pan-chiu

Volume 5, Number 2, 2004

Transcultural Imaging: The Jesuits and China

Erik ZÜRCHER

Musical Harmony According to Confucius and Paul

YEO Khiok-khng

Pride’s Place in Picturing Persons

Lee H. YEARLEY

The Doctrines of the Trinity and Christology and Hua-yen Buddhism

LAI Pan-chiu

The First Protestant Convert of China, Tsae A-ko (1788–1818)

SU Ching

Volume 5, Number 1, 2004

Special Issue: Buddhist-Christian Dialogue, Part II

Articles

The Sacred and the Ordinary: Spiritual Maturity According to the Teaching of Teresa of Avila and the Ox-Herding Pictures

Ekman P. C. TAM

Onto-Dynamics of the Triunity and Its Contribution to Buddhist-Christian Dialogue

LAI Shen-chon

The Dialogic Encounter between Christian and Buddhist Thought in Late Ming and Early Qing China

Andrew K. CHUNG

A Case Study of Interreligious Relations in Contemporary China: Buddhist-Christian Interaction in Four Southeast Cities

LI Xiangping

The Role of Hong Kong in the Buddhist-Christian Encounter in China: A Post-Conference Reflection

LAI Pan-chiu

Book Review

A Translated Adoption of Translation and Adoption (Review of D. Yeung and P. Rabbe, eds., Fanyi yu xi’na)

Jason T. S. LAM

Volume 4, Number 2, 2003

Special Issue: Buddhist-Christian Dialogue, Part I

Introduction to the Special Issue of Buddhist-Christian Dialogue

LAI Pan-chiu

Articles

Ultimate Reality: A Comparative Study of Kitarō Nishida’s Concept of Nothingness and Paul Tillich’s Concept of God

AU Kin Ming

“The Conversion of the Missionary”: Changes in Buddhist-Christian Relations in Early Twentieth-Century China

Notto R. THELLE

Buddhist-Christian Encounter in Modern China: Taixu’s Perspective on Christianity

XUE Yu

The Modern Chan Society and the China Lutheran Seminary in Conversation: A Case Study of Buddhist-Christian Dialogue in Contemporary Taiwan

HE Jianming

Conference Report

Building Bridges for Communication and Understanding: Remarks on the International Conference on the Boxer Movement and Christianity in China

Peter T. M. NG

Volume 4, Number 1, 2003

Articles

Cross-textual Reading Strategy: A Study of Late Ming and Early Qing Chinese Christian Writings

Archie C. C. LEE

Merit Transfer and Life after Death in Buddhism

XUE Yu

Zhang Chunyi’s Chinese Buddhist-Christian Pneumatology

LAI Pan-chiu & SO Yuen-tai

Status Enhancement of Catholic Women in a Chinese Village

KONG Kit-fan

Reviews

Edmund Ryden, Just War and Pacifism: Chinese and Christian Perspectives in Dialogue

KUNG Lap Yan

Buddhist-Christian Encounter in Modern China (ed. Lai Pan-chiu)

XUE Yu

Volume 3, Number 1-2, 2002

Articles

Ancestor Worship and Cardinal Yu Bin

Umberto BRESCIANI

Identity Crisis Reflected in Romans 14:1-15:13 and the Implications for the Chinese Christians' Controversy on Ancestral Worship

LO Lung-kwong

A Korean Theological Anthropology of Filial Piety

Jung Sun OH

The Transformation and Development of Church-State Relations in Contemporary China: A Case Study of the Catholic Church

CHAN Shun-hing & LAM Sui-ki, Anthony

"Woman's Work for Woman": An Argument against the Amalgamation of Hwa Nan Women's College

ZHU Feng

Is There Forgiveness in the Ghost World? Daoist and Christian Views on the Moral Order

Ronnie LITTLEJOHN and Erin M. CLINE

The Worship of Local Gods and Traditional Chinese Society

TAM Wai-lun

Soteriological Centrality in the Christian Faith and Engaged Buddhism

Jiwhang LEW

Abstract

The Power of Buddha: The Ideological and Institutional Role of Buddhism in the Koryo Dynasty (918-1392)

Sem VERMEERSCH

Volume 2, Number 1-2, 2001

Special Issue: Christian and Confucian Dialogue on Life & Ethics

Articles

Guest Editor's Introduction

LAI Pan-chiu

On the Confucian Resources of the Study of Environment Ethics

CHENG Chung-yi

A Study of Confucian Ecology and Its Modern Values

GE Rongjin

Between Anthropocentrism and Ecocentrism: Eco-theology and Confucian-Christian Dialogue

LAI Pan-chiu

On Wang Chuen-Shan's and Jürgen Moltmann's Understandings of the Nature with Reference to System Theory

Andres S. K. TANG

A Comparative Study of the Views on Sustainable Development in Confucianism and Christianity

HO Kin-chung

Agape, Ren, and Altruistic Suicide

LO Ping-cheung

The Father-Son Relation in Traditional Chinese Thought

ZHENG Jiadong

In an Age of Violence, What's the Use of Talking about "Peace under Heaven" and the "Gospel of Peace"?

Peter K. H. LEE

Revelations and Prophets: The Comparison of Judaism and Confucianism

FU Youde

The Social Implication of the "Eyes of God" - A Comparison between Saint Augustine and Confucius on Sincerity and Social Life

Michele FERRERO

Book Review

Scott W. Sunquist: A Dictionary of Asian Christianity

YEUNG Kwok-keung

Volume 1, Number 2, 2000

Articles

Buddhist-Christian Encounter in Modern China: A Case Study of Ren Jian Jue Banyuekan

HE Jianming

Influence of Chinese Buddhism on the Indigenization of Christianity in Modern China

LAI Pan-chiu

Love and Ren: A Comparative Study of the Religio-Ethical Principle of Paul Tillich and Zhu Zi

AU Kin-ming

Multiculturalism and Global Theology of Religions: A Challenge for the Twenty-First Century

CHAN Shun-hing

A Critical Study on the Early Mission Policies of the Council of Missions in Korea in the light of the Nevius Plan

KANG Keun Whan

Abstract

Conversion or Protection? Collective Violence and Christian Movements in Late-Nineteenth-Century Chaozhou, South China

Joseph Tse-hei LEE

Volume 1, Number 1, 2000

Special Issue: Christian-Confucian Dialogue

Articles

Guest Editors' Introduction

Peter K. H. LEE & LAI Pan-chiu

Moral Ecology: The Ecological Dimension of Ren in Song-Ming Confucian Thought

CHEN Lai

Response to Neo-Confucian Ren Moral Ecology from a Christian Perspective

Peter K. H. LEE

Critique and Reconciliation: On the Dialogue between Contemporary Neo-Confucian Philosophy and Christianity

CHENG Chung-yi

The Centrality of Relations in the Confucian and Christian Views of Human Personhood

Edwin C. HUI

Re-examining Whole Person Cultivation: Reconsidering The Significance of Master Kong's "Knowing The Heavenly Decree" and Yeshuah's "Beatitudes"

Lauren PFISTER

Confucianism and Bonhoeffer on Individualism and Community: From the Perspective of the Way of Humanization

Andres S. K. TANG

A New Stage in Christian-Confucian Dialogue? A Postscript to the Fourth International Christian-Confucian Dialogue Conference

Peter K. H. LEE & LAI Pan-chiu

Book Review

Kwong Chungwah: Hong Kong's Religions in Transition - The Restructuring of Religions during Hong Kong's Incorporation into Mainland China (1984-1998)

CHOW Wai-yin

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