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Dr Milton Wan

Professional Consultant, Chinese University of Hong Kong


DPhil (Oxon); PhD, MPhil, BSc (Chinese University of Hong Kong); MCS (China Graduate School of Theology)
Professional Consultant, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Also: Visiting Professorships: Zhejiang University, Hangzhou;Renmin University of China, Beijing; Shaanxi Normal University, Xi’an. Research Associate, University of Toronto, Canada; Distinguished Professor, Institute of Sino-Christian Studies, Hong Kong; Research Fellow, Beijing Foreign Studies University
Formerly: Distinguished Professor of Theology and Chinese Studies (honorary),Tyndale College and Seminary, Canada; Professor of Theology and Director of Chinese Ministry Programme, Ontario Theological Seminary, Canada;
Areas: Transcendent Experiences in Christianity and Chinese Culture; Modernization and Religiosity, Modern Theology; Systematic Theology; Chinese Philosophy; Inter-religious Dialogue; Christianity and Neo-Confucianism; Christian Spirituality
Regions: China
Publications: 1. “Suffering and Sacrificial Love of Christ: Towards a Christian Appraisal of Free Market and Consumer Society,” in Study of Christianity (10th Series), edited by Zhuo Xin-ping and Xu, Zhi-wei. Beijing: Religious Culture Publishers, 2007. Publication accepted. (in Chinese) 2. “Sinology as Classical Studies and Its Contemporary Meaning,” in International Sinology. Publication accepted. (in Chinese) 3. “Chinese Religions,” in Global Dictionary of Theology, edited by William A. Dyrness and Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen. Downers Grove, Illinois: InterVarsity Press. Publication accepted. 4. “Spirituality East and West: Neo-Confucian Ways of Cultivation and Their Christian Counterparts,” in Understanding, Hermeneutics and Confucian Tradition: Prospect for Tomorrow, edited by Liu Shuxian . Taipei: Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy, Academia Sinica, 2007

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