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Saving God's Face: A Chinese Contextualization of Salvation through Honor and Shame, Part II

Review by Dr. G. Wright Doyle January 15, 2015
Despite all the strengths of Jackson Wu's book, discussed in Part I of this book review, I believe that Wu’s book also possesses significant weaknesses. Nevertheless, Saving God’s Face deserves careful attention by anyone wanting to think more clearly about how to express the biblical gospel effectively among Chinese. Continued »

Saving God's Face: A Chinese Contextualization of Salvation through Honor and Shame

Review by Dr. G. Wright Doyle January 9, 2015
Jackson Wu, who teaches theology to Chinese pastors, has written an important book that deserves careful consideration by missiologists, those engaged in ministry among Chinese, interpreters of the New Testament, and systematic theologians. Continued »

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Influence of Confucian Values on the Practice of Gift Exchange in Contemporary China

By Carroll Hoffman Rhyne III November 17, 2014
The main purpose of this paper is to explore the influence of Confucian values on gift exchange in contemporary Chinese culture. A secondary purpose is to explore the implications that this research may have for Christians engaged in relationships and ministry with Chinese people. Continued »