Published since 1985, the Chinese Theological Review is the product of a desire to make available to a wider readership a broad spectrum of current Chinese theological writings. Its aim is to be a link between the Christian community in China and those abroad through the more widely current medium of the English language, providing to those outside China a vivid picture of Chinese Protestant thinking as it has been evolving over the past years. At the same time, the Review seeks to show the background as well as the underlying continuity of developments as reflected in the self understanding of Chinese Christians.
The Chinese Theological Review is a publication of the Foundation for Theological Education in South East Asia.
Janice Wickeri, Editor
Chinese Theological Review
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Nanjing Theological Review
Jinling Theological Review is a quarterly theological journal published out of Nanjing (Jiangsu) in simplified Chinese characters. At the end of each year, articles of particular interest are selected and converted to traditional unsimplified Chinese characters for a wider Overseas Chinese audience. These articles are compiled in to one volume each year called the Nanjing Theological Review. We are making the texts of the most recent Nanjing Theological Reviews available here as PDF downloads.