• Ching feng : quarterly notes on Christianity and Chinese religion and culture = 景風

      Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture (Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, 1957)
      No.1, March 1957-vol. 29, nos.2-3,Sept 1986
    • 景風 = Ching feng

      Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture (基督教中國宗教研究社, 1957)
      1958-1987 (89 Volumes); Succeeding title:景風 = Ching feng
    • Ching Feng : a journal on Christianity and Chinese religion and culture [new series]

      Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture (Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, 2000)
      Originally published under the title Quarterly notes on Christianity and Chinese religion since 1957, Ching Feng journal is one of the major publications of the Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture (CSCCRC), Chung Chi College, Shatin, Hong Kong, by which it seeks to promote critical and constructive studies of all aspects of Chinese Christianity, Chinese religion and culture, and inter-religious dialogue between Christianity and other religious traditions in Asia.
    • Building Bridges for Communication and Understanding: Remarks on the International Conference on the Boxer Movement and

      Ng, Peter Tze Ming (Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, Chung Chi College, 2003)
    • Cross-textual Reading Strategy: A Study of Late Ming and Early Qing Chinese Christian Writings

      Lee, Archie Chi Chung (Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, Chung Chi College, 2003)
    • Merit Transfer and Life after Death in Buddhism

      Yu, Xue (Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, Chung Chi College, 2003)
    • Zhang Chunyi’s Chinese Buddhist-Christian Pneumatology

      Lai, Pan-chiu; Su, Yuantai (Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, Chung Chi College, 2003)
    • Introduction to the Special Issue of Buddhist-Christian Dialogue

      Lai, Pan-chiu (Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, Chung Chi College, 2003)
    • “The Conversion of the Missionary”: Changes in Buddhist-Christian Relations in Early Twentieth-Century China

      Thelle, Notto R. (Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, Chung Chi College, 2003)
    • Buddhist-Christian Encounter in Modern China: Taixu’s Perspective on Christianity

      Yu, Xue (Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, Chung Chi College, 2003)
    • Status Enhancement of Catholic Women in. a Chinese Village

      Kong, Kit-fan (Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, Chung Chi College, 2003)
    • Ultimate reality: a comparative study of Kitarō Nishida's concept of nothingness and Paul Tillich's concept of God

      Au, Kin Ming (Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, Chung Chi College, 2003)
    • Ching Feng [New Series, Volume 5, Number 2, 2004]

      Zürcher, E. (Erik); Yeo, Khiok-Khng; Yearley, Lee H; Lai, Pan-chiu (Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, Chung Chi College, 2004)
      Transcultural Imaging: The Jesuits and China / Erik Zürcher - Musical Harmony According to Confucius and Paul / Yeo Khiok-Khng - Pride’s Place in Picturing Persons / Lee H. Yearley - The Doctrines of the Trinity and Christology and Hua-yen Buddhism / Lai Pan-Chiu - The First Protestant Convert of China, Tsae A-ko (1788–1818) - Su Ching
    • Ching Feng [New Series, Volume 5, Number 1, 2004]

      Tam, Ekman P.C.; Lai, Shen-chon; Chung, Andrew K.; LI, Xiangping (Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, Chung Chi College, 2004)
      The Sacred and the Ordinary: Spiritual Maturity According to the Teaching of Teresa of Avila and the Ox-Herding Pictures / Ekman P. C. Tam - Onto-Dynamics of the Triunity and Its Contribution to Buddhist-Christian Dialogue / Lai Shen-Chon - The Dialogic Encounter between Christian and Buddhist Thought in Late Ming and Early Qing China / Andrew K. Chung - A Case Study of Interreligious Relations in Contemporary China: Buddhist-Christian Interaction in Four Southeast Cities / Li Xiangping - The Role of Hong Kong in the Buddhist-Christian Encounter in China: A Post-Conference Reflection / Lai Pan-Chiu - Book Review / A Translated Adoption of Translation and Adoption [Review of D. Yeung and P. Rabbe, eds., Fanyi yu xi’na] / Jason T. S. Lam
    • Ching Feng [New Series, Volume 6, Number 2, 2005]

      Thelle, Notto R.; YOU, Bin; Lee, Chung Soon; Lai, Pan-chiu (Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, Chung Chi College, 2005)
      A Christian Monastery for Buddhist Monks, Part II: Buddhist Rhetoric in Karl Ludvig Reichelt's Christian Liturgies / Notto R. Thelle - Literacy, Canon and Social Reality / You Bin - Alfred North Whitehead and Yi Yulgok on Cosmology: A Preliminary Comparison with Special Reference to Confucian-Christian Dialogue / Chung Soon Lee - Typology and Prospect of Sino-Christian Theology / Lai Pan-Chiu - Harold B. Bennett, Injustice Made Legal: Deuteronomic Law and the Plight of Widows, Strangers, and Orphans in Ancient Israel / Joseph Tse-Hei Lee
    • Ching Feng [New Series, Volume 6, Number 1, 2005]

      Thelle, Notto R; Yeo, Khiok-Khng; Chan, Timothy Wai Keung; He, Qingchang; Lai, Pan-chiu (Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, Chung Chi College, 2005)
      A Christian Monastery for Buddhist Monks, Part I: Karl Ludvig Reichelt's Sacred Mountains - Notto R. Thelle - System of Harmony According to Confucius and Paul: Music, Goodness, Beauty / Yeo Khiok-Khng - Transcending Differences between Christianity and Buddhism with Love: The Life and Literary Works of Xu Dishan / Chan Wai-Keung - Reinterpreting Christianity Buddhistically: Xu Songshi's Indigenous Theology / Ho Hing-Cheong - Reflections on the History of Buddhist-Christian Encounter in Modern China
    • Ching Feng [New Series, Volume 7, Number 1-2, 2006]

      Lai, Whalen; Amstutz, Galen Dean; Ji, Jue; Wong, Eric K. C. (Eric Kun Chun) (Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, Chung Chi College, 2006)
      Eschatological Faith in the Coming Kingdom, East and West: Mao Tzu-yüan and the Four Pure Lands / Whalen Lai - Shin Buddhism and Axial Civilization / Galen Amstutz - Establishing a Pure Land in This World: Xingyun's Model / Jue Ji - The Entrance and Inheritance of the Kingdom of God in the Christian Religion / Eric K.C. Wong - The "Kingdom of Heaven" in China: Exploring the Taiping Millennial Vision / P. Richard Bohr - Understanding Suffering from Buddhist and Christian Perspectives / Xue Yu - God's Vow: A Pure Land and Resurrection of the Body: A Comparative Study between Pure Land Buddhism and Christianity / Martin Kepp - The Kingdom of God and the Pure Land: A Dialogical Study of Eschatology and Praxis / Lai Pan-Chiu - The Pure Land, the Kingdom of God and the Critique and Transformation of This World / Andres S. K. Tang - God's Reign and the Pure Land in Interfaith and Scientific Discourse on Imago Dei and Buddha Nature / Paul S. Chung
    • Ching Feng [New Series, Volume 8, Number 1-2, 2007]

      Bickley, Gillian; Xia, Qilong; Hancock, Christopher; Wu, Ziming (Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, Chung Chi College, 2007)
      The Right Reverend Dr. George Smith, Anglican Bishop of Victoria (1849-1865): His Advice to the Church Missionary Society and His Missionary Travels on the Chinese Mainland / Gillian Bickley - Robert Morrison and the Old Protestant Cemetery in Macao / Louis Ha - A parting Memorial: Morrison and Missionary Motivation: His Sabbatical Sermons, 1823-1826 / Christopher Hancock - Christian Mission and Higher Education: A Case for the Study of World Christianity Today / Peter Tze Ming NG / In the Eye of a Tornado: Lessons to Be Learned from Critiques of Christian Missionaries / Lauren F. Pfister - Preaching the Social Gospel: Protestants and Economic Modernization in Republican China, 1927-1931 / Thomas H. Reilly - The Importance of Shandong: A Missiological Evaluation of a Place / Scott W. Sunquist - Protestant "Missionary Cases" (jiao'an) in Shandong Province, 1860-1900 / R.G. Tiedemann - The Chinese Nation-state, Missionary Medicine and Chine Women / M. Cristina Zaccarini - Dealing with the Culture Card against Episcopal Women's Ministry in Asia / Elizabeth Koepping
    • Pre-Confucian Chinese Beliefs as Reflected by the Religious Symbols in the Book of Poetry

      Ho, Shun-yee (Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, Chung Chi College, 2009)
      Analysis of the major symbols in the religious poems of the Book of Poetry (c. 1100–600 BC) reveals a spiritual world which is at once holy and secular. The Zhou people believed that the supreme Heaven, gracious and authoritative, granted blessings upon man, and that the ancestral spirits in the numinous world continually protected their descendants. On the one hand, the worshippers responded to the spirits by establishing communication with them, by expressing their sincere gratitude, and, in a mystical sense, by seeking harmony with the divine. On the other hand, pious supplicants expected practical rewards, especially wealth, prosperity, and longevity in return. Such wishes were only realized when worshippers pleased the divinities by presenting rich offerings and by obeying Heaven’s moral rules. These considerations suggest that the symbolic order depicted in the Book of Poetry was so simple, rational, and sacred that it was unable to expand by incorporating sophisticated ontological quests, frenzied ritualistic practices, and practical humanistic concerns—elements which might be found in the symbolic worlds of other cultures and in other belief systems in China.