Liu Institute Series in Chinese Christianities Dual Book Launch

Christianity is the fastest-growing religion in mainland China and a large, linguistically and culturally diverse Chinese diaspora, which encompasses more than a fifth of the world’s population. Still, the academic world has been slow to take into account the role of Chinese Christians and their distinctly Chinese interpretation of Christianity in examining world Christianity. This series will feature titles that offer new perspectives on the vast and expanding field of Chinese Christianities in all their diverse forms, providing a forum for cross-disciplinary conversation.

The Liu Institute and the University of Notre Dame Press will launch the next two books in the Liu Institute Series in Chinese Christianities—”Following Christ and Confucius: Wang Mingdao and Chinese Christianity” by Christopher Payk and “Protestant Missionaries in China: Robert Morrison and Early Sinology” by Jonathan Seitz.

Sponsored by the Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies, Notre Dame Press, Ansari Institute for Global Engagement with Religion, and the Department of Theology. Join us on Wednesday, April 10, 2024, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. ET.

Christopher Payk, Author
Chaplain at Morrison Academy Taipei, New Taipei City, Taiwan

Jonthan A. Seitz, Author
Associate Professor at Taiwan Graduate School of Theology in Taipei, Taiwan

Alexander Chow, Book Series Editor
Senior Lecturer in Theology and World Christianity at the University of Edinburgh

Xueying Wang, Moderator
Assistant Professor of Theology, University of Notre Dame

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For more information visit the event website.

Global AffairsReligion and PhilosophyAnsari Institute for Global Engagement with ReligionCollege of Arts and LettersDigest174Keough School of Global AffairsLiu Institute for Asia and Asian StudiesNotre Dame PressUniversity of Notre Dame

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