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Schereschewsky’s easy wenli Bible is sometimes referred to as the “two-finger version” (二指版) or the “onefinger Bible” after an illness left him paralyzed in September 1881 save for the middle fingers of his hands. J. Schereschewsky (1831–1906) (Studies in Christian Mission 22; Leiden: Brill, 1999), 147. b. below). 7. Chinese Translation for βαπτίζω/βάπτισμα The use of the Chinese word xǐ (“to wash”) to translate βαπτίζω or βάπτισμα can be dated as early as the eighth century. The Nestorian missionary Alopên had used the term in the baptism of Jesus by John (Mark 1:9–11; Matt 3:13–17; Luke 3:21–22) in the Jesus-Messiah Sûtra (vv.

H. J. Boone (AEMB), W. M. C. Bridgman (ABCFM). Medhurst, Boone, and Lowrie represented Shanghai and Ningpo; Stronach represented Amoy; and Bridgman represented Canton and Hong Kong. C. Milne (LMS). 1:188–9; Zetzsche, Bible in China, 77–110; Robert P. , Sheng jing Han yi lun wen ji《聖經漢譯論文集》= Chinese Bible Translation (Hong Kong: CCLOC, 1965), 10. Together the delegates worked closely with Chinese assistants, including the famous scholar Wang Tao 王韜 (or “Wanglan-King,” 1828–97); cited as 王滔 in Garnier and Feng, “Chinese Versions,” 182.

Yán róng sì bó gé. Zuò xiàng mí shī hē shàng. Xūkōng zhōngjiān dào. Míshīhē shì wǒ ér. Shìjiān suǒyǒu zhòngshēng. Jiē qǔ Míshīhē jìn zhǐ. Suǒ shì chǔfèn jiē zuòhǎo. And now John thought it proper to make the Messiah enter the Jordan. ” 85 Alopên uses two different terms in reference to Jesus’ baptism: xǐ and rùtāng. 86 It is likely that Alopên uses rùtāng to refer to the movement into the baptismal font—in this case, the Jordan—and not the sacrament of baptism. However, rùtāng does suggest the idea of immersion into water.

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