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Reconstructing Christianity in China : K.H. Ting and the Chinese church / Philip L. Wickeri.

By: Material type: TextTextSeries: American Society of Missiology series ; no. 41.Publisher: Maryknoll, N.Y. : Orbis Books, [2007]Copyright date: ©2007Description: xxv, 516 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 9781570757518
  • 1570757518
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 275.1/082 22
LOC classification:
  • BR1288 .W527 2007
Online resources:
Contents:
Part 1: Formation in China, the church and the world, 1915-1951 -- The early years, 1915-1937 -- Shanghai, 1915 and beyond -- Family and childhood -- St. Peter's Church -- Undergraduate Studies at St. John's University -- Life and work in occupied Shanghai, 1937-1945 -- Intellectual and moral choices in wartime Shanghai -- Student work and the YMCA -- Return to theological studies and the priesthood -- Marriage, the student church and the end of the war -- Service and studies overseas, 1946-1951 -- SCM Secretary in Canada -- Studies in New York -- WSCF Secretary in Geneva -- Toward a new understanding of mission -- Part II: Deconstructing Christianity in China, 1951-1976 -- Returning to a "New China," 1951-1956 -- Reorientation -- Nanjing Union Theological Seminary -- Three-self leader.
Bishop of Zhejiang -- Reestablishing international contacts -- Turning with the tide, 1956-1965 -- Continuing Christian presence -- The Anti-Rightist movement -- Journeys to the East -- Politics in command -- The Cultural Revolution era, 1966-1976 -- The Cultural Revolution in Nanjing -- The Revolution continues -- Return to public life -- The Fourth National People's Congress -- The End of the Cultural Revolution Era -- Appendix to Chapter 6: Ode to the Plum Blossom -- A Ci, by Zhao Puchu, written for K.H. Ting -- Part 3: Reconstruction and renewal of church and society, 1977-2006 -- Restoration and renewal, 1977-1983 -- The restoration of religious policy -- The rebirth of religious studies -- The renewal of church life -- Reestablishing international relationships -- The vicissitudes of openness and reform, 1984-1989 -- Theological rethinking -- Reordering relationships I: Church and State -- Reordering Relationships II: Building up the body in love.
The Amity Foundation and international Christian cooperation -- Appendix to Chapter 8: Selected theological writings of K.H. Ting, 1979-1989 -- Repression and Resurgence, 1989-1996 -- June 4th and the aftermath -- Renewing and negotiating the social contract -- Strengthening the church -- China and the world -- Theological Reconstruction, 1997-2006 -- "To retire but not to tire" -- The collected works -- Theological reconstruction -- Differences within the common ground -- The public presence -- Conclusion.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 460-502) and index.

Part 1: Formation in China, the church and the world, 1915-1951 -- The early years, 1915-1937 -- Shanghai, 1915 and beyond -- Family and childhood -- St. Peter's Church -- Undergraduate Studies at St. John's University -- Life and work in occupied Shanghai, 1937-1945 -- Intellectual and moral choices in wartime Shanghai -- Student work and the YMCA -- Return to theological studies and the priesthood -- Marriage, the student church and the end of the war -- Service and studies overseas, 1946-1951 -- SCM Secretary in Canada -- Studies in New York -- WSCF Secretary in Geneva -- Toward a new understanding of mission -- Part II: Deconstructing Christianity in China, 1951-1976 -- Returning to a "New China," 1951-1956 -- Reorientation -- Nanjing Union Theological Seminary -- Three-self leader.

Bishop of Zhejiang -- Reestablishing international contacts -- Turning with the tide, 1956-1965 -- Continuing Christian presence -- The Anti-Rightist movement -- Journeys to the East -- Politics in command -- The Cultural Revolution era, 1966-1976 -- The Cultural Revolution in Nanjing -- The Revolution continues -- Return to public life -- The Fourth National People's Congress -- The End of the Cultural Revolution Era -- Appendix to Chapter 6: Ode to the Plum Blossom -- A Ci, by Zhao Puchu, written for K.H. Ting -- Part 3: Reconstruction and renewal of church and society, 1977-2006 -- Restoration and renewal, 1977-1983 -- The restoration of religious policy -- The rebirth of religious studies -- The renewal of church life -- Reestablishing international relationships -- The vicissitudes of openness and reform, 1984-1989 -- Theological rethinking -- Reordering relationships I: Church and State -- Reordering Relationships II: Building up the body in love.

The Amity Foundation and international Christian cooperation -- Appendix to Chapter 8: Selected theological writings of K.H. Ting, 1979-1989 -- Repression and Resurgence, 1989-1996 -- June 4th and the aftermath -- Renewing and negotiating the social contract -- Strengthening the church -- China and the world -- Theological Reconstruction, 1997-2006 -- "To retire but not to tire" -- The collected works -- Theological reconstruction -- Differences within the common ground -- The public presence -- Conclusion.

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