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How Balinese Hindus interpret the story adapted from the story of the Syrophoenician woman found in the Christian Bible in Mark 7:24–30
(Verbum et Ecclesia 43, No. 1 (10 June 2022), a2440, 2022-06)
This article proposes an alternate way of reading the story of the Syrophoenician woman found in the Christian Bible in Mark 7:24–30. The goal of this contextual reading is to see how cultural and ethnic identity affects ...
Good Character Deserves Respect And Must Be The Hero! : How Chinese Women In Indonesia Perceive Syrophoenician Woman And Jesus In Mark 7.24-30
(European Journal of Science and Theology,Vol.18, No.2, pp. 41-59, 2022-04)
This study focuses on the correlation between three psychological variables and how Chinese women in Indonesia perceive Jesus and the Syrophoenician woman in Mark 7.24-30 (N = 230, M age = 41.70). The three psychological ...
Reimagining Presence and Absence: Luke 24 as a Model for Christophanic Multipresent Church
(Proceedings of the International Conference on Theology, Humanities, and Christian Education (ICONTHCE 2021), 2022)
The blending phenomenon of offline-online religious practices is considered a solution for today’s churches struggling to reconsider their identity and expression in communicating the faith during the pandemic. However, ...