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The notions of the Chinese concerning God and spirits with an examination of the defense of an essay, on the proper rendering of the words Elohim and Theos, into the Chinese language by James Legge

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Published by Printed at the "Hongkong Register" office in Hongkong .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • China

Subjects:

  • Boone, William Jones, Bp., 1811-1864,
  • Chinese language -- Semantics,
  • China -- Religion

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby William J. Boone. By the Rev. James Legge.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPL1495.B72 L4
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, iii, 166 p.
Number of Pages166
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6472488M
LC Control Number44025340
OCLC/WorldCa5225827

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I have here for sale a book entitled THE NOTIONS OF THE CHINESE CONCERNING GODS AND SPIRITS with An Examination of the Defense of an Essay, on the Proper Rendering of the Words Elohim and Theos, into the Chinese Language by William J Boone, by REV JAMES LEGGE originally published in by the Hongkong Register, and here reprinted by Ch'eng Wen Publishing Company, Taipei, in Seller Rating: % positive. References. NOTE: For more technical details, see The Lamb of God hidden in the ancient Chinese characters (PDF) from Journal of Creation (TJ) 13(1).. James Legge, The Chinese Classics (Vol. III), pp. 33–34, The Shoo King: Canon of Shun, Taipei, Southern Materials Centre Inc., Return to text. James Legge, The Notions of the Chinese Concerning God and Spirits, Hong Kong, Hong Kong.   He bore a leading part in the controversy as to the best translation into Chinese of the term 'God,' and published a volume called 'The Notions of the Chinese concerning God and Spirits '(Hongkong and London, , 8vo). But the great work of his life was the edition of the Chinese classics the Chinese text, with translation, notes, and preface.   Author of The Chinese classics, The religions of China, I Ching, A Record of Buddhistic Kingdoms, The Shih King Or Book Of Poetry, The life and teachings of Confucius, The notions of the Chinese concerning God and spirits, The Chinese Classics. With a Translation, Critical and Exegetical Notes, Prolegomena, and Copious Indexes.