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Volume Editor: Paulos Z. Huang
The Yearbook of Chinese Theology is an international, ecumenical and fully peer-reviewed annual that covers Chinese Christianity in the areas of Biblical Studies, Church History, Systematic Theology, Practical Theology, and Comparative Religions. It offers genuine Chinese theological research previously unavailable in English, by top scholars in the study of Christianity in China.

The 2020 volume highlights the five-disciplines of Sino-Western Studies and its guest editor is Thomas Qinghe Xiao. Further contributors are: Paulos Huang, Jianming Chen, Jiangbo Huang, Shangyang Sun and Ding Li, Qiuling Li, Gong Liang, Grace Hui Liang, Anwu Lin, Chunjie Lin, Fenglin Xu, Hao Yuan and Xuanyi Zhou.
In: Yearbook of Chinese Theology
Author: Gong Liang

Abstract

Studying the correlation between western literary theories and biblical studies, it can be found that the latter contributes greatly to the former. Specifically, the biblical studies gestate some literary theories; provide nutrition for the process of some literary theories; make some norms of interpretations of the Bible become poetic principles; bring benefit to methods of literary and art criticism; and serve as a touchstone for assessing novel literary theories.

In: Yearbook of Chinese Theology
Author: Chunjie Lin

Abstract

The 20th century was the most intense period in the evolution of the relation between state and church in Germany. In 1918, after the end of the imperial system, the Weimar Republic ended the state church system and established a system of separation of state and church and cooperation between state and church. During the Nazi reign from 1918 to 1933, the Nazi attempted to completely control all church and ideological fields and suffered a lot of resistance and were not fully realized. After the founding of the Federal Republic of Germany in 1949, it inherited the tradition of the Weimar Republic. Under the rule of law of the Basic Law, the system of separation and cooperation between politics and religion was further improved. After the two German reunifications in 1990, the political and religious system of the Federal Republic of Germany extended to the whole of Germany, and the whole system relatively mature and stable. However, when religion and society are increasingly diversified today, many problems and challenges are encountered.

In: Yearbook of Chinese Theology
In: Yearbook of Chinese Theology