Creating Peacemaking Practices for the Churches of the Macau Christian Union: A Doctoral Dissertation
This research seeks to address the issue of peace and peacemaking in the Protestant churches of the Macau Christian Union of Macau, China. After giving an introduction and outlining what is to be researched in chapter 1, chapter 2 deals with how peace, conflict and peacemaking is understood in the Chinese Culture, the Bible, the Church more generally, and the Chinese church in particular. Chapter 3 looks at the pre and post-colonial contexts of Macau and the Protestant church there. Chapter 4 describes the research methods used. Chapter 5 outlines the findings of the research. Finally, along with developing a theological framework from which to begin thinking more about reconciliation and relationships, Chapter 6 gives recommendations for the Macau Christian Union as to how its member churches might begin to develop peacemaking practices that help resolve conflict as well as create a culture of peace in the church.
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