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Chinese Women in Christian Ministry (Asian Thought and Culture #48) (Hardcover)

Chinese Women in Christian Ministry (Asian Thought and Culture #48) By Sandra a. Wawrytko (Editor), Mary K. M. Chung Cover Image
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This is book number 48 in the Asian Thought and Culture series.


Chinese Women in Christian Ministry uses an interdisciplinary (theological, historical, and anthropological) approach to analyze how theological and cultural factors have influenced attitudes about the place and role of women in the Chinese church and Christian ministry in Asia and in the West. The changing status and role of women in Chinese historical sociocultural contexts provide insights into the development of Confucian gender ideology and its impact on the Chinese. Western women missionaries with their Christian and cultural ideals became a catalyst for change in the gender role and mentality of Chinese women in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Global women's issues have sparked a genuine concern among the Chinese leading to changing attitudes toward Chinese women in Christian ministry.

About the Author

The Author: Mary Keng Mun Chung is currently Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Missiology/Intercultural Studies at the Alliance Bible Seminary in Hong Kong. She received her Ph.D. in intercultural studies from the School of Intercultural Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary in California. Having served among the Chinese and in cross-cultural ministry in Asia and in the West, she writes from personal experience and through her interaction with these Chinese churches.

Product Details
ISBN: 9780820451985
ISBN-10: 0820451983
Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publi
Publication Date: May 12th, 2005
Pages: 313
Language: English
Series: Asian Thought and Culture