In addition to uniting believers with the concept of family, the church may also need to cultivate the self-awareness of believers as Chinese citizens and citizens of the kingdom of heaven and have an attitude of "here am I, send me" when it comes to the needs of the country and the needs of the kingdom of God.
In commemoration of the 104th anniversary of the May Fourth Movement, Zhongnan Theological Seminary held a lecture titled "Sinicization Reconstruction of Christian Ideology".
The Online Spiritual Atlas of the Global East-Hong Kong was released on October 25.
A professor highlighted Chinese church leader Watchman Nee's contributions to the medical industry in China other than his devotion to the church.
Kenneth Scott Latourette did pioneer work in Christian historiography. In the lecture, a professor shared Latourette’s experience of seeking the balance between faith and history in research, writing, and Christian historiography.
A few days ago, Professor Liu Ping gave a lecture about the influential Protestant revivalism in China from 1905 to 1949 and its founder Li Shuqing through an online lecture titled The History of Protestant Revivalism Preaching in Modern China.
The "Symposium Series of Passing on the Torch of Learning- Watchman Nee Memorial Conference" was sponsored by the Journal of Research for Christianity in China online.
The Sixth Workshop on Patristic Philosophy was hosted with the theme “Patristic Philosophy and Its History of Reception” in person and online.
The 10th International Young Scholars' Symposium on "Christianity and Chinese Society and Culture" Postponed to Early December
Scheduled to be held in early December 2020, the tenth International Young Scholars' Symposium on "Christianity and Chinese Society and Culture" (2020) is postponed to December 6-8 in Hong Kong.
Dr. John Barwick Shares Chinese Christian Efforts to Liberal Modernity in Republican China, Why They Failed
A scholar recalled how three prominent Chinese Christians served to promote liberal modernity in Republican China, encouraging modern Christians to more engage in social engagement.
Forum on Christian Studies & Seminar on “Century: Research and Reflection on Chinese Christianity” Held Virtually
The Forum on Christian Studies (2021) & the Seminar on “Century: Research and Reflection on Chinese Christianity” were held virtually in Beijing from October 30 to 31.
The 17th Annual Conference of the Chinese Society for the Scientific Study of Religion (CSSSR) will be hosted on December 18-19 online and in person, calling for contributions for the forum from now on.
There was a long-standing traditional saying in China, “If a Chinese becomes a Christian, he is unfaithful and unfilial.” This was the issue of Chinese Christianity or Christian Chinese in the mentality of home-country.
A scholar stated that the Korean Protestant Church faced public pressure due to perceived irresponsibility during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, churches implemented various countermeasures in order to revitalize their reputation and increase growth.
A scholar said Max Weber expected to reflect on the modern western cultural world through his sociology works.
Lecture by a Religious Sociologist: China's Pluralistic and Integrated Religious Pattern from the Perspective of Social Cooperation
The stratification of religious believers in China had been shifting towards the urban, the young, and the elite populations, a professor shared on the 2021 Academic Annual Conference of the Chinese Sociological Association.
A symposium on Chinese Christian women in modern China, covering Christian education and women, the anti-Japanese War effort and Christian women, female Christian missionaries, Christian and gender construction, and the Christian female image.