Christianity encounters Asian religions at Hong Kong conference
(Vatican Radio) What is the future of interfaith dialogue in Asia today? What have been the most successful models for the inculturation of Christianity into Chinese society? What are the new frontiers for interreligious and ecumenical encounter in this rapidly-developing region?
Those are some of the questions on the agenda at a conference in Hong Kong organised by the Ecclesiological Investigations International Research Network, entitled ‘Christianity and Religions in China: past, present and future’.
Philippa Hitchen is in Hong Kong and reports on the setting for the third day of the conference, hosted by the Centre for Catholic Studies at the Chinese