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書名 Forgive us our sins : confession in late Ming and early Qing China / edited by Nicolas Standaert and Ad Dudink
出版項 Sankt Augustin : Institut Monumenta Serica, 2006
國際標準書號 9783805005401 (pbk.)
3805005407 (pbk.)
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 傅斯年圖書館西文圖書區  BX2263.C6 F721 2006    在架上    30530000847186
 文哲所  051 M815  v.55    在架上    30580002360621
 近史所郭廷以圖書館  282.51 F721    在架上    30550100403045
說明 268 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
系列 Monumenta serica monograph series, 0179-261X ; 55 = 華裔學志叢書
Monumenta serica monograph series ; 55
華裔學志叢書 ; 55
Hua i hsüeh chih tsʻung shu ; 55
附註 Includes bibliographical references (p. [241]-257) and index
Contents: Deliver us from evil : confession and salvation in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Chinese Catholicism / Eugenio Menegon -- Buddhist chanhui and Christian confession in seventeenth-century China / Erik Zürcher -- Illuminating the shades of sin : the Society of Jesus and confession in seventeenth-century China / Liam Matthew Brockey -- A missionary confessional manual : José Monteiro's Vera et Unica Praxis breviter ediscendi, ac expeditissime loquendi Sinicum idioma / Liam Matthew Brockey and Ad Dudink
"Confession in early modern Europe has been the subject of several studies. But what happened to the confessional practice when it moved to other cultures? This is the major research question of the present book as applied to late Ming and early Qing China. The origin of this research can be traced back to the Handbook of Christianity in China: Volume One (635-1800) (Leiden 2000) compiled by researchers of the K.U. Leuven, in collaboration with an international team of circa twenty scholars. As a reference work, the Handbook comprehensively presents many different aspects of Christianity in China, including sciences, arts and crafts. But there was one major absentee: ritual, which is often considered essential for understanding China. A first step in filling the gap was the organisation of an international workshop on 'Chinese and Christian Rituality in Late Imperial China' (Leuven, June 2004). The present volume includes the revised contributions by Eugenio Menegon and Erik Zürcher and a reworked version of an article by Liam Brockey as well as the edition of the primary source he used for his article, a confessional manual composed by José Monteiro S.J. (1646-1720). These articles portray from different angles one of the sacramental rituals, viz. that of confession"--Introd
主題 Catholic Church -- China
Alt Author Standaert, N
Dudink, Adrianus
Alt Title Confession in late Ming and early Qing China
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