Journal of Chinese Theology no.1 2024

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Journal of Chinese Theology

Aims and Scope

The Journal of Chinese Theology, previously published as Yearbook of Chinese Theology, is designed to meet the growing demand for the studies of Christianity as an academic discipline in the Chinese context. Being international, ecumenical and fully peer-reviewed, the journal publishes articles in the areas of Biblical Studies, Church History, Systematic Theology, Practical Theology and Comparative Religions. JCT also features articles exploring wider issues in church and society. The main focus of the journal is on the interdisciplinary, contextual and cross-cultural studies of the above five disciplines.

Editor-in-Chief

Paulos Z. Huang, Shanghai University, China / University of Helsinki /International Journal of Sino-Western Studies, Finland

Associate Editors

Shao Kai (Alex) Tseng, Zhejiang University, China
Stephanie Wong, Valparaiso University, USA

Editorial Board

Abraham Chen, Nanjing Theological Seminary, China
Johanna Kettunen-Huang, TD Publishing Company, Finland
Lauren Pfister, Baptist University of Hong Kong, China
SUN Xiangchen, Fudan University, China
Philip L. Wickeri, The Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, CA, USA
YANG Huilin, Renmin University of China
ZHANG Zhigang, Peking University, China
ZHUO Xinping, Institute for World Religions Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Chin

 

Main Content

 

Volume 10, No. 1, 2024

 

ARTICLES

Dialogue and Conservative Religious Thought: Tertullian's Discourse on the Tension between Christianity and the Roman Empire, Buxiao Ni, pp. 1–21.
A Worldly Kingdom of Heaven in T. C. Chao's Early Theology, Changping ZHA, pp. 22–39.
Dialogues on the Theory of Reward for the Good and Retribution for the Evil during Late Ming and Early Qing Dynasties, XIAO Qinghe, pp. 40–77.
Homeschooling among Urban Chinese Protestants: A Descriptive Study, Shuqin YANG, pp. 78–96.
Emerging Neo-Calvinistic Barth Interpretation in Sinophone Scholarship: Its Significance for Sino-Christian Theology, Shao Kai TSENG, pp. 97–120.

Corrigendum, p. 121.

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