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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, ...
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 ...
Reconfiguring Asian Theology from the Ground Up: Watchman Nee and John Sung on Scriptural Interpretation
(University of Toronto, 2022)
“Asian theology”, as a separate category within contemporary theological studies, has proven problematic on several fronts. Among the category’s most significant challenges has been its failure to engage fairly and ...