The purpose of this study is to understand“What is the life meaning of Christianity? " A basic question--" What is humanity?”-- is specially important. The “value of human beings” has collapsed into objects of trading. Although humans can choose their own living way,
it doesn’t mean that they can do whatever they want. Humans should take responsibility of what they choose. As human beings, we have no choice but to figure out what we think to be useful and right living ways.
Christian thought inflences the formation of modern society very profoundly. When facing the radical transition from the traditional society into the modern society, how does the culture of the Chinese society respond to the people view and ego view of Christianity and
learn to deal with the Chinese social problems and personal crises?
Does a person with healthy and matured personality inevitably have some religion or does he live in harmony with nature, and even transcend the union with God? Does maturity of one’s faith equally mean maturity of his personality? All of the questions deserve
research. Therefore, depending on the formal operation of developmental psychology, the paper will try to deal with what the Chinese Christians in the modern soceity think about and react in the modern society, with regards to their life philosophy, human relationships, morality, family environment. Besides, through the Chinese cognition of formal operation of developmental psychology, the paper will try to analyze the natures of Chinese thinking and social behavior under the influence of Christainity. Moreover, the paper will discuss the following four points about the relationship
between the Chinese and Christianity.
1.from the viewpoint of matured personality, the relationship between Christianity and Chinese personality.
2.from the connection between Chinese perception of personality and perception of behavior, any possible influences on human interaction.
3.the spiritual transcendence of Christianity from the pursuit of morality.
4.from the cognition of moral judgment and the integration of emotions and culture, the Chinese self-realized Christianity.