The common theme of my research interests is the intersection of theology and society. Past and present research projects include: Paul Tillich’s critique of capitalism and modernity, Protestant theological discourse in contemporary China, and the social engagement of Hong Kong Christianity.
Systematic Theology I & II; Methods and Paradigms of Christian Studies; Christianity and Social Change; Theology and Social Thought of Paul Tillich
“Christianity and the Political Religion of China.” In Religion, Secularism, and Political Belonging. Edited by Leerom Medovoi and Elizabeth Bentley. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, forthcoming.
“Ecclesiological Reflections amidst the Prevalence of Internet Media” (in Chinese). In New People in the Internet Media, edited by Ka-Fai Wong, 147–152. Hong Kong: Divinity School of Chung Chi College, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2017.
We Believe: A Commentary on the Nicene Creed (in Chinese). Co-authored with Lung-kwong Lo. Hong Kong: Chinese Christian Literature Council, 2014.
Capitalism as Religion? A Study of Paul Tillich’s Interpretation of Modernity. Harvard Theological Studies, no.59.. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Theological Studies, Harvard Divinity School; Distributed by Harvard University Press, 2010.
“Protestant Christianity in Contemporary China.” In Chinese Religions in Contemporary Societies, edited by James Miller, pp.175–205. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2006.
Chinese Theology in State-Church Context: A Preliminary Study (in Chinese). Hong Kong: Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, 1997.
Divinity School of Chung Chi College
The Chinese University of Hong Kong