International Journal of Sino-Western Studies : A Special Volume on Celebrating Adjunct Professor David Jenkins (Ph. D,Th. D, M. Div.) Contributions on the Ethical Dimensions of Current Social Issues

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Huang , P (ed.) 2020 , International Journal of Sino-Western Studies : A Special Volume on Celebrating Adjunct Professor David Jenkins (Ph. D,Th. D, M. Div.) Contributions on the Ethical Dimensions of Current Social Issues . International Journal of Sino-Western Studies , vol. 18 , vol. 18 , 1 edn , Nordic Forum of Sino-Western Studies , Helsinki .

Title: International Journal of Sino-Western Studies : A Special Volume on Celebrating Adjunct Professor David Jenkins (Ph. D,Th. D, M. Div.) Contributions on the Ethical Dimensions of Current Social Issues
Author: University of Helsinki, Department of Cultures; Huang, Paulos;
Editor: Huang, Paulos
Contributor: University of Helsinki, Department of Cultures
Publisher: Nordic Forum of Sino-Western Studies
Date: 2020-06-01
Language: eng
Number of pages: 227
Belongs to series: International Journal of Sino-Western Studies
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/318752
Abstract: This volume 18 of International Journal of Sino-Western Studies is a special volume to celebrate Dr. David Jenkins’s academic achievement. In the column of Humanities, Theology, and Chinese National Studies we have published Dr. Adjunct Professor David JENKINS’ “The Limits of Education and Technology for Ethical Thinking” and Miikka Ruokanen’s newest research on the Finnish School of Martin Lutheran studies “Remarks on Tuomo Mannermaa’s Interpretation of Martin Luther’s Lectures on Galatians”. In the column of Practical Theology and Sino-Western Views on Church and Society,we have published Professor FENG Jianzhang’s (University of Sanya) “A Study on the Construction of Civil Religion” and Matthew OSEKA’s (Concordia Theological Seminary, Hong Kong) “What the Emerging Protestant Theology Was about the Reformation Concept of Theological Studies as Enunciated by Philip Melanchthon in His Prolegomena to All Latin and German Versions of Loci”. In the column of Chinese and Western Classics and the Bible, we have published Donald WANG’s (Trinity International University, Chicago, USA) “Spirit in Atrahasis” and Pan ZHAO’s (Wuhan University) “Unchangeable and Changeable: Chen Chonggui's Biblical Interpretation and Chinese Society”.s In the column of Church History in the West and in China, we have published Shangyang SUN’s and Jianbin GUO’s (Peking University) “Globalization and Modernity: On the bridgehead Status of Macau in the early Cultural Exchange” and Shibo LIU’s (Dali University, Yunan) “An Example of Ethnic Education History from the Perspective of Educational Anthropology”. In the column of Comparative Religious and Cultural Studies, we have published Leonard Sidharta’s (Singapore Bible College ) “ ‘Looking Into the Birth of Gods’: A Philosophical Interpretation of the Origin of Idolatry” and Junjun LIU’s (Tsinghua University) “Two interpretations of Chinese and Hebrew traditions”. In the column of Reviews and Academic Reports, we have published an academic news of Jing LIU (Macau University of Science and Technology) “A Review on the Joint International Conference of Nordic Forum of Sino-Western Studies and 20th International Symposium on Bicosmology”. Part two is from Miao JIANG’s (China Academy of Social Sciences) “A Report on the International Research Project Regarding the Topic of the Impact of Religious Values on Chinese Social Life”. Weidong LIU’s (Heilongjiang Univeristy) “The View on the Philosophy of Love in Jacobi’s Novel Woldmar”. In the last, we have published a dialogue between Paulos HUANGand Archie Lee on the Hebrew Biblical studies with the title “Is it a literature, humanistic document, the Word of God, or a record of God-man interaction?”
Subject: 611 Philosophy
614 Theology
615 History and Archaeology
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