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Inheriting Chinese and Christian Traditions in Global Context: a Confucian-Protestant Perspective

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This article offers an analysis of the problems and tensions in the endeavour to inherit Chinese and Christian traditions in contemporary global and Chinese contexts. Through an investigation of the theological concept of tradition and the Chinese, mainly Confucian, understanding of the transmission of the Way, this article argues that it is possible to inherit the Protestant and Confucian traditions at the same time, without violating the basic principles of the two traditions. It also argues that an integration of the Protestant and Confucian traditions will be beneficial to the development of the two traditions.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Religion Chinese University of Hong Kong Shatin Hong Kong

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2003-01-01
2016-12-11

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