Richard R Cook, David W Pao (eds.), After Imperialism: Christian Identity in China and the Global Evangelical Movement (2012) Paperback: 256 pages Publisher: Lutterworth Press (April 15, 2012) Language: English ISBN-10: 0718892577 ISBN-13: 978-0718892579 Full contents Modern evangelicalism and global Christian identity : promise and peril as seen through the eyes of a North American church historian / Douglas A. Sweeney Missions, cultural imperialism, and the development of the Chinese Church / Ka Lun Leung Overcoming missions guilt : Robert Morrison, Liang Fa, and the opium wars / Richard R. Cook Chinese evangelicals and social concerns : a historical and comparative review / Kevin Xiyi Yao The Old Testament in its cultural context : implications of "contextual criticism" for Chinese and North American Christian identity / K. Lawson Younger Jr. "Holy war" and the universal God : reading the Old Testament holy war texts in a biblical-theological and postcolonial setting / Tremper Longman III "Holy war" and the universal God : reading the New Testament conquest accounts in a postcolonial setting / David W. Pao The group and the individual in salvation : the witness of Paul / Frank Thielman Boundaries in "in-Christ identity" : Paul's view on table fellowship and its implications for ethnic identities / Maureen W. Yeung "Who am I?" : theology and identity for children of the dragon / Robert J. Priest Chinese contextual theology : a possible reconstruction? / David Y.T. Lee Forging evangelical identity : integration of models of theological education in the global context / Carver T. Yu. Notes Collection of essays from a conference titled "Beyond our past : Bible, cultural identity, and the global evangelical movement" held in May 2008 in Hong Kong. Includes bibliographical references.