Institute of Sino-Christian Studies ICSC

Aus der theologischen Arbeit in China

Das Institute of Sino-Christian Studies (ISCS) in Hongkong gibt in Zusammenarbeit mit Theologen vom Festland, aus Taiwan und Hongkong eine Viertjahreszeitschrift über seine Arbeit heraus.

Wir geben hier "Essays" und Berichte von allgemeinem Interesse mit freundlicher Erlaubnis von Prof. Dr. Daniel H. N. YEUNG wieder. Prof. YEUNG ist Direktor des Instituts.

Anschrift: 33 To Fung Shan Road, Shatin, N.T., Hongkong
Homepage: http://www.iscs.org.hk

 

2009

  • YEUNG Daniel H. N. , Director ICSC
    One More Step
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  •  DENG Anqing, Dep. of Philosophy, Fudan University
    The Significance of Schleiermacher's View on Religion to Sin-Christian Theology
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  • Christian Meyer, Institut of East Asian Studies, University of Leipzig
    Tao Fong Shan as "Religious aithetical Word Event" and the Task of Sino-Christian Theology
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  • GAO Xin, Post-doctoral Fellow, Dep. of Cultural and Religious Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong
    Survey of the Younger Generation of Christian Studies in Mainland China
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  • Knud Joergensen, Areopagos & the Norwegian School of Theology
    Dialogue between Japanese scholars from Doshisha University and Sino-Christian theologians
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2008
  • (Special Issue)
    YEUNG Daniel H. N., Director ICSC
    An Impossible Possibility
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  • ZHANG Longxi, Department of Chinese, Translation and Linguistics, City University of Hong Kong
    The Significance of Late Ming Catholic Thinkers for Us Today
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  • LI Tiangang, Department of Religion, Fudan University
    "Back to Classic, Back to History". Searching fo a New Approach for Sino-Christian Theology.
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  • YAO Zhihua, Department of Philosophy, Chinese University of Hong Kong
    On the Two Approaches of Interpreting Jingjiao Scriptures. A case study of Sutra of Hearing the (Preaching) of the Messiah.
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  • YEUNG Daniel H. N., Publishing Supervisor
    An Impossible Possibility
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  • SU Guoxun, Institute of Sociology, China Academy of Sociaöl Sciences
    "Sino-Christian Theology" from the Perspective of Sociology of Religion
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  • DENG Xiaomang, Philosophy, Wuhan University
    The Hermeneutical Significance of Sino-Christian Studies
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  • LI Xiangping, Director of Research, Institute of Religion and Society, Shanghai University
    Sino-Christian Theology: a Two-level Thinking on Society and the Church
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  • YEUNG Daniel H. N., Director ICSC
    The Initiators and Promoter of Sino-Christian Theology
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  • SUN Shangyang, Peking University
    A Reflection on the Development of Sino-Christian Theology from the Perspective of the History of Chinese Christian Thought
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2007

  • TIAN Wei, Department of Philosophy, Tsinghua University
    An Overview of Narrative Ethics
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  • TIAN Hai Hua, Institute of Religious Studies, Sichuan University
    Biblical Studies in Mainland China: Recollection and Reflection.
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  • YEUNG Daniel H. N., Director ICSC
    Two Controversial Working Principles
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  • GAO Shining, Research Fellow, Institute of World Religions, Chinese Academy of Social Science
    The Significance of Empirical Study from the Perspective of the Construction of Sino-Feminist Theology
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  • HUANG Jianbo, Institute of Anthropology, Renmin University of China
    Space, Time and the Chinese Situation of Christianity
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  • YEUNG Daniel H. N., Director ISCS
    Unity of Will is an Impregnable Stronghold
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2005 

  • LI Qiuling, Department of Philosophy, Renmin University of China
    A Histoorical Reflection on Sino-Christian Theology
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  • XIE Zhibin, ISCS Guest Research Fellow from China
    The 3rd Roundtable Symposium on Sino-Christian Studies
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  • YEUNG Daniel H. N., Director ISCS
    Standing on the Shoulder of Giants - Prospecting Sino-Christian Theology.
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  • YEUNG Daniel H. N., Director ISCS
    Thoughts on a Sleepless Night: Looking Back on the Ten Years of Sino-Christian Theology Movement
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  • WANG Xiaochao, Visiting Scholar of Institute of Sin-Christian Studies, 2005 Professor of Tsinghua University
    On the Three Characteristics of Sino-Christian Theology
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  • YOU Xilin, Visiting Scholar of Institute of Sino-Christian Studies, 2005 Prof. of Shaanxi Normal University
    A Comparison between Christian Ethics and Traditional Chinese Ethics: History, Essentials and Meaning
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Stichwörter zur Geschichte

7.-9. Jhd.
Nestorianer

1583 - 1717
Jesuitenmission, zeichnet sich durch starke Assimilation an die chinesische Kultur aus, zielt auf die Gewinnung der Oberschicht.
Matteo Ricci.
Ritenstreit beendet die Missionstätigkeit aller Orden

Beginn 19. Jhd.
protestantische Mission

1807
Robert Morrison, intensive Übersetzungstätigkeit

1814
erster Konvertit

1819
chinesische Bibel

1844
Kar1 Gützlaff

1832-1905
Hudson Taylor

1840
1. 0piumkrieg

1850-64
Taiping-Revolte unter Hong Xiuquan

1857-60
2. Opiumkrieg. Verlust der Zollautonomie, Konzessionen, verstärkte Ansiedelung von Ausländern

1865
China Inland Mission gegründet (1895 641 Missionare, 462 Assistenten, 260 Missionsstationen)

1912
Ausrufung der Republik China durch Sun Yatsen

1949
Ausrufung der Volksrepublik China durch Mao Zedong, Ausweisung aller Missionare

1951
Beginn der Drei-Selbst Bewegung unter Schirmherrschaft von Ministerpräsident Zhou Enlai.

1965-75
Kulturrevolution

1978
Wiedereröffnung der ersten Kirchen

1980
Nationale Christenkonferenz gründet Chinesischen Christenrat.

1981
Lehrbetrieb des Theologischen Jinling Seminars in Nanjing wird wieder aufgenommen.

4. 6. 1989
Tiananmen "Zwischenfall"

1996
Nationale Christenkonferenz

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