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CCA Consultation with Church leaders from China, Hong Kong, 1981

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Publication Date
1981
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BR 1060 C46 1981
Place
[Singapore]
Publisher
Christian Conference of Asia
Publication Date
1981
Physical_Description
iv, 80 p. : ill.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Brought together in this booklet are the major papers presented at the historic consultation with Chinese Christian leaders held in Hong Kong [23-26] March 1981." -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction / Yap Kim Hao -- Consultation with Chinese Christians -- Big-power Relations in Asia : A General Survey / Lee Lai To -- The Church in China : Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow / Peter Tsai -- Historical and Theological Perceptions of the Chinese Church / Ng Lee Ming -- Christian Witness in New China / Tsao Seng-chieh -- Christian Witness-Bearing in Chinese Political Life / Han Wen-zao -- Theological Education in New China / K.H. Ting -- Appendix I: A Call for Clarity: Fourteen Points from Christians in the People's Republic of China to Christians Abroad / K.H. Ting -- Appendix II: Comments in the Secular Press -- Appendix III: List of Participants.
Added Entry
Christian Conference of Asia
Han, Wen-zao
Lee, Lai To
Ng, Lee Ming
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Tsai, Peter
Tsao, Seng-chieh
Yap, Kim Hao, 1929-
Subjects
Christianity - China
Christians - China
Church and state - China
Three-Self Movement
Theological education - China
China - Church history - 20th century
ISBN
9971-948-02-8
Call Number
BR 1060 C46 1981
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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CCA Consultation with Church leaders from China : Hong Kong, March 23-26, 1981

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Publication Date
1981
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BR 1060 C46 1981
Place
[Singapore]
Publisher
Christian Conference of Asia
Publication Date
1981
Physical_Description
iv, 80 p. : ill. ; 21 x 14 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"Published April 1981". -- verso of t.-p.
"Brought together in this booklet are the major papers presented at the historic consultation with Chinese Christian leaders held in Hong Kong [23-26] March 1981." -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction / Yap Kim Hao, General Secretary -- Consultation with Chinese Christians -- Big-power Relations in Asia : A General Survey / Lee Lai To -- The Church in China : Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow / Peter Tsai -- Historical and Theological Perceptions of the Chinese Church / Ng Lee Ming -- Christian Witness in New China / Tsao Seng-chieh -- Christian Witness-Bearing in Chinese Political Life / Han Wen-zao -- Theological Education in New China / K.H. Ting -- Appendix I: A Call for Clarity: Fourteen Points from Christians in the People's Republic of China to Christians Abroad / K.H. Ting -- Appendix II: Comments in the Secular Press -- Appendix III: List of Participants.
Colophon: Printed at Stamford College Press (Pte) Ltd., Singapore 1542.
OTCH Note: The Rt. Rev. K.H. Ting is an Anglican bishop. Participants included several Asian Anglicans.
Added Entry
Christian Conference of Asia
Han, Wen-zao
Lee, Lai To
Ng, Lee Ming
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Tsai, Peter
Tsao, Seng-chieh
Yap, Kim Hao, 1929-
Subjects
Christianity - China
Christians - China
Church and state - China
Three-Self Movement
Theological education - China
China - Church history - 20th century
ISBN
9971-948-02-8
Call Number
BR 1060 C46 1981
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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A Chinese contribution to ecumenical theology : selected writings of Bishop K.H. Ting

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8522
Author
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Publication Date
c2002
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BR 1288 T55 W5 2002
Author
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Place
Geneva
Publisher
WCC Publications
Publication Date
c2002
Physical_Description
xii, 115 p. ; 21.5 x 13.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Edited by Janice and Philip Wickeri".
"As a theologian, K.H. Ting has primarily addressed the social and ecumenical issues facing the Chinese church. Almost everything he has written has been in response to contemporary concerns of church and society and at times he has been unstinting in his criticisms of both. Yet throughout, he has been both a Chinese thinker who loves the church and a Christian theologian who loves China. The sixty years of sermons and essays included in this book present a remarkably consistent vision of Christian faith in the Chinese context, a vision that unfolds with the historical experiences and changing possibilities encountered by the Protestant churches of China". -- Intro., p. [vii].
Eighteen articles, sermons and addresses ranging in date from 1940 to 2000.
Contents: Introduction dated San Anselmo, USA, Lent 2002 / Philip L. Wickeri and Janice K. Wickeri -- Reading the Bible at Christmas: Published in a Church Magazine, 'Xiaoxi', Shanghai, 1940 -- The Dilemma of the Sincere Student: Article in 'The Canadian Student', 1947 -- Does God Call Us ?: Article in 'Student World', 1948 -- Why Must We Still Be Preachers ?: Article in 'Nanjing Theological Review', 1954 -- On Christian Theism: Delivered at Nanjing Seminary, 1957 -- That Love Might Abound: Meditation in Bethlehem Chapel, Prague, 1961 -- Y.T. Wu: Our Forerunner: Shanghai. 1981 -- The Truth of the Resurrection: Meditation in Lambeth Palace Chapel, London, 1982 -- The Universality of the Church: Address at the Ecumenical Centre Chapel, Geneva, 1983 -- A Rationale for Three-Self: Neesima Lecture, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan, 1984 -- Life Should Have a Mission: Address at the Opening Convocation, Nanjing Seminary, 1984 -- Ecumenical and Evangelical: Preface to the 'Chinese Theological Review', 1985 -- Building Up the Body in Love: Fourth National Christian Conference, Beijing, 1986 -- Love that Loves to the End: Lecture at Nanjing Seminary, 1988 -- The Cosmic Christ: Address to Friends of the Church in China, England, 1991 -- Creation and Redemption: Graduation Address at Nanjing Seminary, 1995 -- God's Self Revelation in the Bible: Address to the Sixth National Christian Conference, 1998 -- My View of These Fifty Years: 'Tian Feng Monthly', July 2000 -- Glossary.
Bishop Ting was formerly Anglican bishop of Chekiang (Zhejiang) and later a member of the China Christian Council and the Three Self Movement.
Added Entry
Wickeri, Janice
Wickeri, Philip L. (Philip Lauri), 1947-
Subjects
Christianity - China
Theologians - China
Theologians - Anglican Communion
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Christians - China
Three-Self Movement
ISBN
2-8254-1358-5
Call Number
BR 1288 T55 W5 2002
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Documents of the Three-Self Movement : source materials for the study of the Protestant Church in Communist China

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog1170
Publication Date
1963
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BR 1285 N35 1963
Corporate Author
National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. Division of Foreign Missions Far Eastern Office
Place
New York NY
Publication Date
1963
Physical_Description
xvii, 209 p. ; 27 x 17.8 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"Compiled and published by the Far Eastern Office, Division of Foreign Missions, National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A., Wallace C. Merwin, Executive Secretary [and] Francis P. Jones, Consultant and Editor".
"A number of Chinese Christian leaders who were attracted by the socialist program of the Communist Party ... worked out a program of 1. Liquidating the whole missionary enterprise; 2. Cutting off the dependence of Chinese churches upon foreign funds; and 3. Setting up a new overall organization which should work to equate support of the new regime with patriotism. By early 1951 the missionaries had either left the country or been rendered ineffective, and the Edict of Dec. 29, 1950, cut off all foreign support of church enterprises. The third step required a longer time for its implementation, but it succeeded in placing the China Christian Three-Self Patriotic Movement in a position of complete authority over all the Protestant churches of China. .... In the history of the Three-Self Movement six accomplishments stand out, and they are all reflected in the documents given herewith". -- Intro., p. iii.
Contents: Introduction / Wallace C. Merwin and Francis P. Jones -- Biographical Index -- The Present-Day Tragedy of Christianity dated March 31, 1948 / Y.T. Wu -- First Message to Christians in China dated March 1, 1948 -- Second Message dated November 10, 1948 -- Third Message dated December 10, 1949 -- Y.T. Wu on Reforming Christianity -- Message from Chinese Christians to Mission Boards Abroad -- The Christian Manifesto -- Sheng Kung Hui Pastoral Letter dated July 5th, 1950 -- Peking Edict of December 29, 1950 -- Church of Christ in China Report to Mission Boards Abroad dated Feb. 21, 1951 -- Methodist Patriotic Covenant -- Methods for Dealing with Christian Bodies -- Lu Tubg-yi's Speech -- Y.T. Wu's Report [May 8, 1951] -- The United Declaration [May 8, 1951] -- The Three-Self Preparatory Council -- The Christian Literature Society Denounced -- Advice on Accusation -- An Autobiographical Confession: Y.T. Wu -- How My Political Thinking Has Changed / Marcus Cheng -- My Self-Examination / Isaac Wei -- Helen Djang's Conversion -- The Three-Anti Campaign and T.C. Chao -- Lu Chih-wei Denounced by his Daughter -- Father, Long Before Creation, hymn -- Freedom Through Truth / Y.T. Wu -- Y.T. Wu's Report to the July 1954 Conference in Peking -- Conference Actions in 1954 -- Wang-Ming-tao: We, Because of Faith -- H.H. Ts'ui: A False Faith Cannot Fool People -- Wang-Ming-tao's "Self-Examination" -- Report on the China Christian Three-self Patriotic Movement from July 1954 to March 1956 -- Letter to Chinese Christians from Peking Conference of March 1956 -- Address by Kiang Wen-han -- Address by "Brother" T.C. Chao -- Address by Dr. H.H. Ts'ui -- Bishops' [of the Chung Hua Sheng Kui] Pastoral Letter of 1956 -- Shanghai Manifesto -- T.C. Chao on America -- Marcus Cheng's Speech -- Christian Theism / Bishop K.H. Ting -- Letter to Hungarian Christians -- Church and State / Kiang Wen-han -- The Future of Christianity in China / W.T. Yu -- Imperialism: Exploiter of Religion -- Unificatin of Worship -- My Recognition of the Communist Party / Y.T. Wu -- A Glorious Ten Years / Y.T. Wu -- The Second General Conference of the Three-Self Movement / Wu Y-fang -- Constitution of the Committee of the China Christian Three-Self Patriotic Movement -- The Three-Self Standing Committee of 1961 -- Y.T. Wu on the New Missionary Strategy -- Index of Documents in Chronological Order.
Added Entry
Jones, Francis P.
Merwin, Wallace C.
Chao, T.C., 1888-1979
Cheng, Marcus, 1884-1963
Kiang, Wen-Han
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Wu, Y.T. (Yao-tsung), 1890-1979
Subjects
Christianity - China - 20th century
Three-Self Movement - History
China - Church history - 20th century
Holy Catholic Church in China (Chung Hua Sheng Kung Hui) - History
Call Number
BR 1285 N35 1963
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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God is love : collected writings of Bishop K.H. Ting

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Author
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Publication Date
c2004
Material Type
Book : Cloth
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BR 1288 T55 T55 2004
Author
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Place
Colorado Springs, Col.
Publisher
Cook Communications Ministries International
Publication Date
c2004
Physical_Description
624 p. ; 23.5 x 15.7 cm.
Material Type
Book : Cloth
Notes
"First printing 2004". -- verso of t.-p.
"This book is published to give Western Christians, interested in the emerging Chinese Church, an opportunity to examine for themselves the theological thinking of the Chairman of the Three-Self Patriotic Movement (TSPM) and President of the China Christian Council (CCC) Bishop K.H. Ting, now retired. .... This book is the collected writings of Bishop K.H. Ting. They were not written as a systematic theology but they do represent Bishop Ting's theological thinking from 1940 until the present day. In many cases these writings are transcriptions of sermons and speeches given on special occasions. These dates and occasions are given after each section. Eight articles are made available for the first time. Of special interest are Bishop Ting's responses to twelve questions ranging from issues of Christian orthodoxy to church and state. These questions are found in the epilogue". -- A Note from the Publisher.
Contents: A Note from the Publisher -- Introducing Bishop K.H. Ting -- Preface -- Section One: God's Love -- Section Two: God's Love Extends to All People -- Section Three: God's Love Teaches Us to Know and Serve -- Section Four: Our Responses to God's Love -- Section Five: Christianity in a Socialist China -- Appendix -- Epilogue.
Contents of Preface: The Emerging Church in China -- Letter to a Believer.
Contents of Section One: The Word Became Flesh -- Creation and Redemption -- My View of God -- Believing in What Kind of God ? -- The Church Universal -- Love is for Those with Ears to Hear -- Love and Optimism -- Love Sees the Big Picture -- A Christian's Approach to the Bible -- On Christian Theism -- The Cosmic Christ -- Resurrection Hope -- Theology and Context -- Foreword to 'Theological Writings from Nanjing Seminary' -- The Message of Christmas.
Contents of Section Two: The Gospel of Christ is for All -- Understanding the Heart of God -- God's Love Revealed in Scripture -- God's Love Transcends Our Sin -- Christ Cares for All Our Needs -- God's Love Extends to the Atheist -- The Three-Self's Contribution to Christianity in China -- Women in the Church -- God's Love Compels Sinners to Accept Christ.
Contents of Section Three: God Calls Us to Serve -- Love Speaks the Truth -- The Man Who Wrestled with God -- Why Must There be Preachers ? -- On Being a Good Pastor -- The Church After the Cultural Revolution -- Building Up the Body of Christ -- Looking to the Future -- Reconciliation in a Classless Society -- Life Should Have a Mission -- Modern Theologies -- God is Love -- A Personal Response to Pastoral Concerns -- Faith Without Works Doesn't Demonstrate God's Love -- Responsibilities of Higher Christian Education -- Finding God's Image in Man -- Caring for God's Creation -- My View of These Fifty Years -- Development and Enrichment of the TSPM.
Contents of Section Four: Love Never Ends -- The Breadth and Depth of the Love of God -- The Fragrance of the Gospel -- Jesus Brings Good News -- How is the Church to Love Christ ? -- Stretching Out Our Arms in Love -- Building Up the Church -- Our Pilgrimage -- What the Spirit is Saying to the Church in China -- Why the Three-Self Movement ? -- Running the Church Well -- Building the Church for the Future -- Thoughts of the Future Upon Retirement -- Questions and Answers on the Present-Day Church -- On Schools of Theology -- Unchanging Faith, Evolving Theology -- Theology Adapting to a Changing Culture -- Man: An Incomplete Creation -- The Bible: A Source of Truth for Christian and Non-Christian -- The Truth Represented by the Resurrection.
Contents of Section Five: A Wide Door for Effective Work Has Opened, and There Are Many Adversaries -- Development of Church Structure -- Mr. Y.T. Wu: A Lasting Influence for Marxism and Christianity, Part I -- Mr. Y.T. Wu, Part 2 -- Mr. Y.T. Wu, Part 3 -- Is Religion an Opiate ? -- Religion and Socialism: Can They Co-exist ? -- The Church and China's New Constitution -- The Strength of Democratic Socialism -- Religious Liberty in China: My Perspective -- The Church and State -- Daring the Love the Church and Country -- Let Us Work for the Reunification of China -- The Influence of Japanese Aggression on Church and State.
Contents of Appendix: Opening Address -- Speech at the Memorial Service for Ms. Wu Yifang -- The Tree of Life is Ever Green -- In Memory of the Rev. Edward Hewlett [sic i.e. Hewlitt] Johnson -- A Friend Remembered -- Preface to the Dictionary of Biblical Literature -- A Review of 'Religion Under Socialism in China' -- Farewell Remarks on a Visit to India.
Contents of Epilogue: Twelve Questions for Bishop Ting.
Bishop Ting was formerly Anglican bishop of Chekiang (Zhejiang) and later a member of the China Christian Council and the Three Self Movement.
Subjects
Christianity - China
Christianity - China - 20th century
Theologians - China
Theologians - Anglican Communion
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Christians - China
Three-Self Movement
Love - Religious aspects - Christianity
Christianity and culture - China - 20th century
Socialism
Communism and Christianity - China
Church and state - China
Johnson, Edward Hewlitt (Ted), 1909-1981
ISBN
0-78144-233-8
Call Number
BR 1288 T55 T55 2004
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Hong Kong : Inauguration Chinese style : Mission Statement

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article25524
Author
Yong, Ping Chung, 1941-
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
1998 Advent
Author
Yong, Ping Chung, 1941-
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
1998 Advent
Issue
92
Page
24-25
Notes
The mission statement of the new province of Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui, formerly the Anglican Diocese of Hong Kong and Macao. Also includes brief remarks ("The Birth of a New Province") from Bishop Datuk Yong Ping Chung. Chairman of the Christian Conference of East Asia and Anglican Bishop of Sabah. Also includes a "Special Message from Bishop Kwang Hsung Ting", Honorary President of the China Christian Council, to the new province. Also includes two pages of photographs (pp. 26-27) with text in Chinese only.
Subjects
Anglican Communion. Diocese of Hong Kong and Macao
Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui
Holy Catholic Church in Hong Kong
Christians - China
China Christian Council
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Love never ends : papers by K.H. Ting

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog7119
Author
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Publication Date
c2000
Material Type
Book : Cloth
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BR 1288 T55 W4 2000
Author
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Place
Nanjing, China
Publisher
Yilin Press
Publication Date
c2000
Physical_Description
539 p. ; 23.2 x 16 cm.
Material Type
Book : Cloth
Notes
"Edited by Janice Wickeri".
"First Yilin Edition, April 2000". -- verso of t.-p.
"Copyright 2000 by K.H. Ting". -- verso of t.-p.
"Printed in China by Nanjing Amity Printing Co., Ltd." -- verso of t.-p.
"With the publication of 'Love Never Ends', readers have in one volume, most of Bishop K.H. Ting's important articles since the resurgence of Christianity in China in the early 1980s. .... 'Love Never Ends' is an English version of the original Chinese volume. This gives readers access to a book on Christianity primarily intended for a Chinese, and overwhelmingly non-Christian, audience. Ten thousand copies of the book in hard cover were printed in September 1998; by June 1999, these had nearly sold out and a second printing was undertaken. There is now a paperback edition as well. A Korean version, also titled 'Love Never Ends', was published in Seoul in October 1999. .... Under its Chinese title, 'Selected Writings of K.H. Ting', the book has introduced a new audience to Christian and theological concerns. .... A number of the sermons, talks, and essays in this book were originally written in English by Bishop Ting. Most of the translations are my own ..". -- Editor's Note for the English Version.
Contents: Foreword: Faith's Journey dated January 1998 / Chen Zemin -- Editor's Note for the English Version / Janice Wickeri -- [79 selections arranged in chronological order from 1947 to 1997].
Complete contents: !947: The Dilemma of the Sincere Student -- 1954: The Spirit of Wisdom and Revelation -- 1955: The Man Who Wrestled with God --1961: Sermon in Bethlehem Chapel -- 1979: "Give Ye Them to Eat: -- A Chinese Christian's Appreciation of the Atheist -- Human Collectives as Vehicles of God's Grace -- 1980: In Memory of Rev. Edward Hewlett [sic i.e. Hewlitt] Johnson -- Retrospect and Prospect -- 1981: Forerunner Y.T. Wu -- 1982: The Truth of the Resurrection -- Another Look at Three-Self -- 1983: Love Never Ends -- On the Thirty-Sixth Article of the Constitution -- Address at Worship -- Jesus' Protest -- 1984: A Rationale for Three-Self -- Theological Mass Movement in China -- The Spirit and Us -- Sermon in Sydney Cathedral -- Resurrection: Groping Toward Faith -- Reading Document 19 -- Opening Address -- Life Should Have a Mission -- 1985: "You Should Have the Words of Eternal Life" -- Inspirations from Liberation Theology, Process Theology and Teilhard de Chardin -- Farewell Remarks -- On Religion as Opiate -- Preface to the 'Chinese Theological Review' -- On Ultimate Questions -- 1986: Our Human Longing for Reconciliation -- Building Up the Body in Love -- Womanhood, Motherhood, Divinity -- Thoughts on the Wisdom of Solomon -- God is Love -- Speech at the Memorial Service for Ms. Wu Yifang -- 1988: Letter to a Believer -- Foreword to 'Religion Under Socialism in China' -- Taking a New Way -- Love that Loves to the End -- Incarnation and Transcendence -- Respect and Best Wishes -- 1989: Convocation Address at Victoria University -- What Can We Learn from Y.T. Wu Today ? -- Three-Self and the Church: Re-Ordering the Relationship -- Recent Developments in the Study of Religion -- The Ever-Renewing Mr. Y.T. Wu -- A Congratulatory Speech -- Preface to 'New Thoughts on the Bible' -- 1990: Chinese Christians' Approach to the Bible -- An Interview on the Present-Day Church Situation -- Caring for God's Creation -- On the Occasion of the Wedding of Friends -- 1991: The Tree of Life is Ever Green -- The Cosmic Christ -- 1992: Remembering a Friends -- Foreword to 'Theological Writings from Nanjing Seminary' -- 1993: In Memory of Alan Ecclestone -- One Chinese Christian's View of God -- Understanding the Heart of God -- 1994: Foreword to the New Edition of 'Christian Missions and the Judgement of God' -- An Update on the Church in China -- A Report to My Alma Mater -- 1995: Congratulatory Remarks -- On Being a Good Pastor -- Creation and Redemption -- Let Us Work for the Reunification of China -- Speech at the Forum of Religions -- A Look Back at the Way We Have Come --Letter to Alumni/ae of Nanjing Seminary -- 1996: On a Profound Christian Question -- Preface to 'Chinese Theology and its Cultural Sources' -- 1997: Talk at a Theological Forum -- An Interview with Bishop Ting -- Preface to the 'Dictionary of Biblical Literature' -- Remembering Kuang Yaming -- In Memory of Luo Zhufeng.
Bishop Ting was formerly Anglican bishop of Chekiang (Zhejiang) and later a member of the China Christian Council and the Three Self Movement.
Added Entry
Wickeri, Janice
Subjects
Christianity - China
Christianity - China - 20th century
Theologians - China
Theologians - Anglican Communion
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Christians - China
Three-Self Movement
Love - Religious aspects - Christianity
Christianity and culture - China - 20th century
Socialism
Communism and Christianity - China
Church and state - China
Johnson, Edward Hewlitt (Ted), 1909-1981
Ecclestone, Alan, 1904-1992
ISBN
7-80657-067-5
Call Number
BR 1288 T55 W4 2000
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Publication Date
1983
Material Type
Book
Location
OTCH
Call Number
BR 1285 N48 1983
Place
[Toronto ON]
Publisher
Canada China Programme of the Canadian Council of Churches
Publication Date
1983
Physical_Description
viii, 186 p. : ill., ports., maps ; 22.5 x 15.4 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
"Edited by Theresa Chu [and] Christopher Lind".
Added sub-title on cover: An international dialogue with the Chinese Church.
Based on the conference: God's Call to a New Beginning, Montreal, Oct. 2-7, 1981.
"An historic meeting took place in Montreal in 1981. Catholic and Protestant leaders from China met with 150 other Christians from around the world, an unprecedented gathering which launched a new beginning in relationships and understanding. This book draws on the rich resources provided by that momentous occasion, although it is not a day to day conference report". -- Preface, p. i.
Contents divided into five main sections: The People -- Being the Church -- The Chinese Church and International Relations --Epilogue -- Appendix.
Bibliography: p. 178-184.
Contents: Dedication to Dr. Edward H. Johnson -- Preface / Raymond L. Whitehead -- Acknowledgements / Theresa Chu and Christopher Lind -- Introduction / Theresa Chu and Christopher Lind -- The Church in Revolution / Andre Myre -- Response / Tissa Balasuriya, Robert Carbonneau, James G. Endicott, Sebastian Kappen, K.H. Ting, Sergio Torres -- Reconciliation with the People / Chen Zemin -- Response: Jean Charbonnier, David Paton, Masao Takenaka -- Witnessing to Christ by Chinese Catholic Clergy and Laity / Fu Tieshan -- There is Freedom of Religious Belief in New China / Fu Tieshan -- Freedom as Viewed by a Chinese Christian / Shen Yi-fan -- People's Stories : Haiti / Karl Leveque -- Korea / Oh Jae-shik -- Barbados / Nita Barrow -- China / Shen Yifan -- Introduction / Anwar Barkat -- Church Life at the Grassroots / Jiang Peifen -- What New China Means to Me / Kiang Wen-han -- How New China Christians Think Anew Theologically / Shen Yi-fan -- How My Christian Faith Has Been Shaped by My Context / Cynthia McLean -- Reflections of a Chinese Catholic Layman / Lu Weidu -- Contextualization : No Passing Fad / Roger Hutchison -- Response: Tissa Balasuriya, Zhao Fusan, Oh Jae-shik -- People's Theology : Sri Lanka / Tissa Balasuriya -- Philippines / Louie Hechanova -- Chile / Sergio Torres -- China / Jiang Peifen -- Introduction / Theresa Chu and Christopher Lind -- How "Foreign" Was the Christian Church in China ? / Kiang Wen-han -- Colonialism and Missionary Movement / Zhao Fusan -- From Blind Obedience to Independence / Wang Zicheng -- To Have an Independent, Self-Ruled and Self-Managed Church is Our Sacred Right / Tu Shihua --On International Relations of the Chinese Church / Han Wenzao -- Fourteen Points / K.H. Ting -- Difficulties and Prospects / K.H. Ting -- From "Church to the World" to "Church for the World" / Katharine B. Hockin -- Some Personal Reflections on Chinese Society / Paul Lin -- Introduction / Theresa Chu and Christopher Lind -- Reflections on God's Call to a New Beginning / Don McInnis, Nicole Riberdy, Anthony Chang, Joyce Seroke, Zhao Fusan -- Envisioning the New Beginning / Doug Roche, James G. Endicott, David Paton, Edward H. Johnson, Franklin Woo, Tissa Balasuriya.
Appendex includes: Workshop Reports -- List of Participants -- Reports on the Conference by Participants: A Bibliography -- Other Reactions.
Added Entry
A new beginning: an international dialogue with the Chinese Church
Chu, Theresa, 1924-
Lind, Christopher James Langbourne, 1953-2014
God's Call to a New Beginning (1981 : Montreal, Que.)
Canada China Programme
Balasuriya, Tissa, 1924-2013
Barkat, Anwar Masih, d. 1999
Barrow, Nita, 1916-1995
Carbonneau, Robert
Chang, Anthony
Charbonnier, Jean
Chen, Zemin
Endicott, James G. (James Gareth), 1898-1993
Fu, Tieshan
Han, Wenzao
Hechanova, Louie G.
Hockin, Katharine B. (Katharine Boehner), 1910-1993
Hutchinson, Roger, 1935-
Jiang, Peifan
Johnson, Edward Hewlitt (Ted), 1909-1981
Kappen, Sebastian
Kiang, Wen-Han
Leveque, Karl
Lin, Paul
Lu, Weidu
McInnis, Donald
McLean, Cynthia
Myre, Andre
Oh, Jae Shik, 1933-2013
Paton, David Macdonald, 1913-1992
Riberdy, Nicole
Roche, Douglas (Douglas James), 1929-
Seroke, Joyce
Shen, Yifan, 1928-1994
Takenaka, Masao, 1925-2006
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Torres, Sergio
Tu, Shihua
Wang, Zicheng
Woo, Franklin
Zhao, Fusan
Subjects
Christianity - China
Christianity - China - 20th century - Addresses, lectures, etc.
Christians - China
Catholic Church - China
Church and state - China
God's Call to a New Beginning (1981 : Montreal, Que.)
ISBN
0-9691260-0-X
Call Number
BR 1285 N48 1983
Location
OTCH
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Seeking truth in love

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog7124
Author
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Publication Date
2006
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BT 30 C6 T55 2006
Author
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Place
Beijing
Publisher
Zong jiao wen hua chu ban she
Publication Date
2006
Physical_Description
[ii] 1, 4, 393 p. : ill., 2 ll. col. pl ; 24 x 17 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
In Chinese and English.
Includes bibliographical references.
Articles translated into both Chinese (p. 1-202) and English (p. 203-393) about the theology and work of Bishop K.H. Ting. Many articles were previous published in Jinling shen xue zhi = Jinling [Nanjing] Theological Review or Tian feng - Tian feng magazine.
"The idea for this collection occurred to ne a few years ago. As an editor of the Jinling Theological Review, I have received many reviews and commentaries by overseas theologians about Bishop K.H. Ting's theology in Chinese, English or Korean, some of which have been published in Jinling Theological Review or Tian Feng magazine in recent years. .... This book is a collection of fourteen articles by fifteen authors from American, Canadian, Swiss, Korean, Finnish, Filipino, Australian and other churches, most of whom have been friends of the Chinese churches for many years but who also include new friends made in recent years." -- Postscript.
English Contents: Preface dated January 2006 / Bishop K.H. Ting -- K.H. Ting's Theological Motifs in "Love Never Ends" / Tobias Brandner -- A Chinese Contribution to Ecumenical Theology / Philip L. Wickeri and Janice K. Wickeri -- A Christian Challenge in Communist China for Creative Engagement / Danny Yu -- The Chinese Banyan Tree Theology of Bishop K.H. Ting / Donald E. Messer -- Straight to the Future: The Visionary Bishop K.H. Ting / Christoph Stuckelberger -- The Cosmic Mission of Christ / Richard J. Mouw -- Love Accompanies the Pilgrims: The Writings of K.H. Ting / Mandy Tibbey -- A Theology of Wisdom for China / Miikka Ruokanen -- Christian Ethics and the Writings of K.H. Ting / Raymond Whitehead -- Theological Contributions of Bishop K.H. Ting to Christian Pastoral Counseling / Al Dueck and Sherry Walling -- Cosmic Christ and Ecumenical Fellowship / Feliciano and Theresa Carino -- The Contributors -- Postscript dated January 2006 / Wang Pang.
Contributors include Anglican Australian lay woman Mandy Tibbey and Canadian Raymond Whitehead.
Bishop Ting was formerly Anglican bishop of Chekiang (Zhejiang) and later a member of the China Christian Council and the Three Self Movement.
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Wang, Peng, 1948-
Brandner, Tobias
Carino, Feliciano V. (Feliciano Vergara), 1935-2005
Carino, Theresa C.
Dueck, Alvin C., 1943-
Kim, Jong Goo, 1955-
Kim, Yong-bok, 1938-
Messer, Donald E., 1941-
Mouw, Richard J.
Ruokanen, Miikka
Stuckelberger, Christoph, 1951-
Tibbey, Mandy
Walling, Sherry M.
Whitehead, Raymond L.
Wickeri, Janice
Wickeri, Philip L. (Philip Lauri), 1947-
Yu, Danny
Subjects
Ting, K.H. (Ding Guangxun), 1915-2012
Theology, Doctrinal - China
China - Church history - 20th century
China - Church history - 21st century
Christianity - China
Christianity - China - 20th century
Christianity - China - 21st century
ISBN
7-80123-717-X
Call Number
BT 30 C6 T55 2006
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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