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For many Christians living in the post-Christendom West, suffering or even persecution is an obscure theme they may have only encountered in the narratives of the Gospels and Acts or sometimes in their reading of church history. They may have learned that Afghanistan and North Korea are among the countries where it is hardest to […]

Qingjun Luo
Friday, October 7th 2022

If you have watched an episode of the Japanese anime Ghost in the shell or seen the Netflix sci-fiction Movie Altered Carbon, you may be familiar with the question whether ever-upgrading technologies will eventually bring humanity beyond their current natural limitations. But it is not just sci-fi works that are asking this question. Serious-minded scholars […]

Qingjun Luo
Wednesday, June 8th 2022

In his 1973 trip to Tokyo, Jürgen Moltmann met with the Japanese theologian Kazoh Kitamori, whose book Theology of the Pain of God had been published in German. They communicated through translation from English to German, then to Japanese, and diagram-drawing their respective theology on a backboard. Moltmann concluded that Kitamori “was prepared to let […]

Qingjun Luo
Friday, January 21st 2022

“Modern Reformation has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age.”

Picture of J. Ligon Duncan, IIIJ. Ligon Duncan, IIISenior Minister, First Presbyterian Church
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