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A Friendly Dialogue Between an Atheist and a Christian

by Luis Palau, Zhao Qizheng

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《江边对话》作者说:在与帕罗博士这三次谈之前,我只知道我是中国众多不信神者之一,我和我的家人、同事及​朋友在宗教观上没有什么不同。帕罗博士是神学家,是美国的一位宗教领袖,他学识渊博,坦城热情。我很尊重他​。和他对话的无神论者,应当有与宗教相关的丰富的理论素养,应当是一位哲学家,而我只是学过哲学课,在​20多年的科研活动和20多年的公务员工作中常有朴素的哲学思考而已。因此,我在帕罗博士长达​8小时的对话中,只直率地表达了我对宗教,特别是对上帝的认识,我没有引用神学的术语,因为我没有任何神学的​
  OCMCCP | Feb 7, 2012 |
NCLA Review - Luis Palau is a well-known Christian evangelist and Zhao Qizheng is the Vice Chairperson of the Foreign Affairs Committee and former Minister of Information for China. The shared dialogue between these men illustrates their differing viewpoints on a variety of different topics including: philosophy, history, religion, the Bible, creation theories, atheism, Confucianism, politics, ethics, both Chinese and Western cultures, and the relevance of Jesus Christ to society. Through these dialogues, readers will gain insight into the current cultural and spiritual realities of China. They will also realize the struggles atheists have regarding the true faith of the Christian. For anyone interested in learning more about the beliefs and culture of the Chinese people, this book is a must read. Rating: 3—MF ( )
  ncla | Nov 21, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 031028533X, Paperback)

UNDERSTAND CHINA through the eyes of a renowned Chinese diplomat's conversations with Luis Palau, American Evangelist. In A Friendly Dialogue between an Atheist and a Christian, Luis Palau, representing the Christian faith, and Zhao Qizheng, representing atheism, present a composite of recorded dialogues held in China in 2005 between them. Through these dialogues, readers are provided insight into the current struggles atheists have regarding the truth claims of the Christian faith. Topics discussed include philosophy, history, religion, the Bible, creation, atheism, Confucianism, politics, ethics, Chinese and Western cultures, and the relevance of Jesus Christ to society. Through the engaging dialogue between Luis Palau and Zhao Qizheng, many of the stereotypes and misinformation concerning the Chinese culture are exposed, revealing a nation in which the Bible is published and new churches are being built. By avoiding the use of complicated theological language, these discussions express the concerns of both Christians and atheists in a clear, meaningful, and respectful way. A Friendly Dialogue between an Atheist and a Christian is a must read for anyone interested in gaining a greater appreciation of the oriental world of China and how the Christian faith is being received within that context.

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