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What Has Jerusalem to Do with Beijing?: Biblical Interpretation from a Chinese Perspective
Yeo, K. K.

Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2018 pp. xix + 377.Twentieth Anniversary Edition Edition. $46.00

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Contrapuntal Readings of the Bible in World Christianity

Description: The rise of China as a superpower and of Chinese Christians as vital members of the global church mean that world Christianity would be a dynamic transformation and bountiful blessing to the world by engaging with Chinese biblical interpretations among global theologies. This book, a twentieth-anniversary revised and expanded edition, includes studies that range from exploration of the philosophical structure of Eastern culture to present-day sociopolitical realities in Malaysia and Chinaóall in support of cross-cultural methods of reading the Bible culturally and reading the cultures biblically.

Subjects: Bible, Hebrew Bible/Old Testament, New Testament, Literature, Methods, Ideological Critique

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Review by Yi-Sang Patrick Chan
Published 9/19/2019
Citation: Yi-Sang Patrick Chan, review of K. K. Yeo, What Has Jerusalem to Do with Beijing? Biblical Interpretation from a Chinese Perspective, Review of Biblical Literature [] (2019).

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