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Pan-chiu Lai

official churches in mainland China. As we shall see, the case in Hong Kong is similar though not exactly the same. In Hong Kong, the leaders of the six major religions, including Buddhism, Daoism, Confucianism, Islam, Catholicism and Protestantism, meet regularly and may issue joint statement on public

Zhibin Xie

shape Chinese public theology. In Chow’s view, both ‘foreign’ Christianity and ‘indigenous’ Confucianism have engaged together to shape the public face of Chinese Christianity. The study is divided into two parts: Part I is ‘The Growing Public Voice of Christianity in China’; and Part II , ‘The

Leora Batnitzky

the physical embodiment of God's revelation is a prerequisite for - and in fact condition of - the possibility of any human community. I need not reiterate Rosenzweig's comments abour Islam, Buddhism, or Confucianism to make it clear that it is certainly apparent that Rosenzweig does not believe that

Yuval Jobani

, India, and Turkey, modern secular movements reflect, in one form or another, the religious contexts—Confucianism, Hinduism, and Islam—out of which they sprang. 14 In fact, as C. John Somerville maintains, The collapse of secularization theory should be a stimulus to the study of secularization

Jason McLeod Monson

, Confucianism, African Traditional Religion, Buddhist-Christian mutual belonging and Buddhist/Hindu relations. Although some chapters, such as the ones on Shintoism and Hinduism, do not exhibit the same depth or breadth of critical examination as others, they nonetheless make unique contribu- tions that will be

Colby Dickinson

Buddhist Sri Lanka, Vivian-Lee Nyitray on the resurgence of older, fundamentalist forms of Confucianism in East Asia, Sylvia Barack Fishman on the unique particularities of Jewish fundamentalist female identities, Heidi Epstein on the subtle ambiguities and overlap of Christian fundamentalist

Christoff El Lombard

which even after Maoism still lives with remnants of the world-ordering ethics of Tao, as embedded in Confucianism, and how the need for a coherent ‘metaphysical-moral system’ may open up the Chinese mind for the Jewish and Christian idea of ‘covenant- ing’. Th omas Th angaraj deals with the inner

Max Stackhouse

Africa. It happened all over Asia as ancient folk traditions were modified by Confucianism (and Tao) and by Hindu developments, and later, by Buddhism in much of the east. Simi- larly, Islam spread throughout the middle-east, eventually incorporating tribal traditions from the west of North Africa to

David Thang Moe

pluralism in Asia. Speaking of religious pluralism in Asian context, he invites us not to limit ourselves to major Asian religions, such as Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam and Confucianism but to embrace other tribal religions whose close connection with nature contributes to Asian eco-public theology. In short

Kirsteen Kim

.9%) and displaced Buddhism (22.8%) as the main reli- gion. 13 Those who practise Confucianism (the civic religion until 1897) are only 0.2 percent, and the practice of Shamanism (the vestige of the indige- nous religion of Korea) is not included in the statistics, because it is not con- sidered to be a