This special issue on “Human Dignity, Religion, and Rights in Contemporary China” features debates over religion and politics in China today. Political theology in China raises many questions that western readers will find familiar, but the Chinese context often requires different answers, so that gaining familiarity with the Chinese discussion can broaden our view of the available options at the intersection of religion and politics.

Volume 20, Issue 5, August 2019 

Human Dignity, Religion, and Rights in Contemporary China

Articles

Introduction to the Special Issue on Human Dignity, Religion, and Rights in Contemporary China
Joshua T. Mauldin
Pages: 361-368 | DOI: 10.1080/1462317X.2019.1631430

Karl Barth in Beijing: Towards a Political Ethics of Collective Right in Neoliberal China
Quan Li
Pages: 369-381 | DOI: 10.1080/1462317X.2019.1625501

Social Media, State Control and Religious Freedom in China
Jieren Hu & Yang Zheng
Pages: 382-391 | DOI: 10.1080/1462317X.2019.1624038

Parent–Child and Center-Edge Metaphors: A Theological Engagement with the Social Imaginary of “One Country, Two Systems”
Lap Yan Kung
Pages: 392-410 | DOI: 10.1080/1462317X.2019.1624036

Development Process and Legislative Suggestions Regarding Disability Welfare Rights in China
Shuang Xu
Pages: 411-423 | DOI: 10.1080/1462317X.2019.1636477

Human Rights in China: A Social-Constructive Theological Approach
Zhibin Xie
Pages: 424-436 | DOI: 10.1080/1462317X.2019.1624037

Human Dignity and Public Reason
Robin W. Lovin
Pages: 437-445 | DOI: 10.1080/1462317X.2019.1632529

Human Rights, Religion and the Rule of Law: A Response
Roland Boer
Pages: 446-455 | DOI: 10.1080/1462317X.2019.1612503

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