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Lecturer

Dr. CHAN, Keith Ka-fu

陳家富

Email : s179007@hkbu.edu.hk

 

 

 I. Education
  • 2002 Doctor of Philosophy in Religion & Theology, Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • 1999 Master of Philosophy in Religion & Theology, Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • 1995 Master of Philosophy in Philosophy, Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • 1991 Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Religious Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University
 II. Career
  • 2012 - Lecturer, Department of Religion & Philosophy, Hong Kong Baptist University
  • 2011-12 Lecturer, College of International Education, Hong Kong Baptist University
  • 2010-12 Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Cultural & Religious Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • 2010-11 Assistant Professor, Chinese Online School of Theology
  • 2002-09 Program Officer & Research Fellow, Institute of Sino-Christian Studies


 III. Course Taught


AT Hong Kong Baptist University

  • Critical Thinking
  • Philosophy of Love
  • Christianity and Modern Life
  • Green Living and Spirituality
  • Religion and Animals

At other universities:

  • God, Creation and Eschatology
  • Humanity and Salvation
  • Christ, Church and Spirit
  • Theological System and Method
  • Religion and Environmental Ethics
 IV. Research Interests
  • Paul Tillich Studies
  • Modern and Contemporary Theology
  • Religion and Environmental Ethics
  • Animality Studies
  • Continental Philosophy of Religion
 V. Publications

1. Monographs / Books

2018. Life as Spirit: A Study of Paul Tillich’s Ecological Pneumatology. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. (Forthcoming)

2008. Paul Tillich: Theology in the Boundary. Hong Kong: Logos Publishers Co. (Pages xviii + 233 in Chinese)

2. Edited Work

2017. Co-editors with William NG Yau-nang, Paul Tillich and Asian Religions. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

2014. Co-editors with Chang Huei-yin, When Theologian Meet Politics, Hong Kong: VWLink. (Pages 214 in Chinese)

2006. Editor, Tillich and Sino-Christian Theology. Hong Kong: Logos & Pneuma Co. (Pages 431 in Chinese)

3. Book Review

2003. John J. Carey, Paulus, Then and Now: A Study of Paul Tillich’s Theological World and the Continuing Relevance of his Work, Hill Road, Nov 2003 Vol.6 No.2, pp.166-171. (in Chinese)

4. Peer-review journal articles

2016. “A Confucian-Kantian Response to Environmental Eco-centrism on Animal Equality,” co-authorized with Stephen Palmquist, Journal of Chinese Philosophy, volume 43, issue 1 (March 2016, forthcoming)

2015. “Paul Tillich’s Understanding of Theology: A Pneumatological Christological Perspective,” Sino-Christian Studies: An International Journal of Bible, Theology & Philosophy (A&HC Index), Issue 20, 2015, pp.33-86.

2015. “Theology as theonome Systematik: On the continuity of Tillich’s theology,” Logos and Pneuma: Chinese Journal of Theology (A&HC Index) Vol.43 (Autumn, 2015) (in Chinese),pp. 93-114.

2011. “Discuss with Prof. Jason Yeung on the Understanding of Paul Tillich and Schleiermacher: A Review of 20th Century Selected Theologians,” Hill Road, July 2011 Vol.14 No.1 (Issue 27), pp.165-180 (in Chinese)

2009. “A Process Ecological Theology of Paul Tillich with special reference of doctrine of creation-eschatology” Theology and Life. Annual Theological Journal, No.32, 2009,pp.23-40 (in Chinese with English abstract)

2004. “Tillich’s Idea on Church on the Boundary” Hill Road, Vol.7, issue 2, 2004, pp. 49-69 (in Chinese with English abstract)

2003. “Theology of Nature in Early Tillich: An Ecological theological Point of View” Logos & Pneuma Chinese Journal of Theology Vol. 18 (2003, Spring), pp. 89-121 (in Chinese with English abstract)

2002. “Between Perfect and Separate: The Christian Doctrine of God in Mou Tsung-san and Paul Tillich," Logos & Pneuma Chinese Journal of Theology, Vol.16, (2002, Spring), pp. 229-248 (in Chinese)

2001. "The Re-orientation of Technology: A View from Tillich's Philosophical Theology," Journal on Religious Philosophy, Vol.7, issue 2 (2001.7), pp. 12-29 (in Chinese)

1999. “Karl Barth’s Christological Anthropology and Christian-Confucian Dialogue,” Ching Feng, 42/1-2, (March-June 1999), pp.1-33.

5. Chapter in books

2017. “Pneumatological Sacramentality and Cosmic Humanity: Tillich, Orthodox Theology and Confucianism,” Eds. William NG Yau-nang & Keith CHAN Ka-fu, Paul Tillich and Asian Religions. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, pp.221-238.

2017. “Introduction to Paul Tillich and Asian Religions,” Co-author with William NG Yau-nang. Eds. William NG Yau-nang & Keith CHAN Ka-fu, Paul Tillich and Asian Religions. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, pp.1-25.

2016. 〈阿甘本的保羅主義—彌賽亞時間 / 生命〉,陳錦輝編,《一切》,(香港:德慧文化,2016) ( “Agamben’s Paulism: Messianic Time / Life,” Ed. Chan Kam Fai, Omnia Omnibus (HK: VWLink, 2016) (Forthcoming)

2016. 〈以「神聖暴力」取代「神話暴力」—從本雅明思路探索法與暴力〉,《廢掉冤仇•尋求和睦》,(香港:突破出版社,2016) ,頁44-57。

2015. “The Nazi ghost of German Christianity and the Christian Spirit of Nazi Power,” Ed. Chang Huei-yin, A Winding Path: The Church and The Power (HK: VWlink, 2015), pp.179-200. (in Chinese) (「德國基督教會的納粹陰魂與納粹政權的基督教精神」,張慧嫈編,《仄徑舛途》(香港:德慧文化,2015) ,頁179-200)

2014. “Philosophy of History and Political Theology of Paul Tillich,” Co-editors with Chang Huei-yin, When Theologian Meet Politics, Hong Kong: VWLink, 2014, pp.60-76. (in Chinese)

2008. “The Dialectical Character of Dialectic Theology: Barth and Tillich” Karl Barth and Sino-Christian Theology. Volume II. Ed. Ou Li-jen & Andrews Tang. Hong Kong: ISCS, 2008, pp.367-390 (in Chinese)

2006. "Editor's Preface: A review on the Recent Western and Chinese Scholarships on Tillich Studies" Paul Tillich and Sino-Christian Theology. Ed. Keith K.F. Chan (HK: Logos & Pneuma Press, 2006), pp. 11-38 (in Chinese)

2006. “Tillich's Idea of Mysticism and Trinity", Paul Tillich and Sino-Christian Theology. Ed. Keith K.F. Chan (HK: Logos & Pneuma Press, 2006), pp. 97-120. (in Chinese)

2004. “Christian Eco-Economics: Critique on Globalization” Studies on Christian Religion, Issue 7, 2004 Dec.,pp.233-249 (in Chinese)

2002. "Towards an Interpenetrating Reality: Tillich's Pneumatological Doctrine of Creation and Zhang Zai's Doctrine of Ch'I” Holy Spirit: Chinese Perspective. Hong Kong: Lutheran Theological Seminary, 2002. pp. 99-118 (in Chinese)

2002. “Tillich’s Ecological Vision: Relationship between Humanity and nature” Dialogue on Life and Ethics between Christianity and Confucianism. Ed. Lai Pan-chiu. Hong Kong: CUHK, 2002. pp.31- 58 (in Chinese)

2000. "Humanity and Christ: Barth's Christological Anthropology and the Confucian-Christian Dialogue," Karl Barth and Sino-Christian Theology. Eds. Andrews Tang & Lai Pan-chiu. Hong Kong: Institute of Sino-Christian Studies, 2000, pp.291-325 (in Chinese)

2000. "From Dialectic to Analogy? An Examination on Karl Barth's Theological Epistemology," Karl Barth and Sino-Christian Theology. Eds. Andrews Tang & Lai Pan-chiu. Hong Kong: Institute of Sino-Christian Studies, 2000, pp.101-122 (in Chinese)

6. Article in Newsletter

2015. “Trinitarian Symbolism, Mysticism and the God above God,” Bulletin The North American Paul Tillich Society, Winter 2015, Vol. XLI, No.1, pp.20-23.

2003. “Tradition, Paradigm and Sino-Christian Theology” Newsletter of ISCS, 2003, Issue 2, pp.1-2


 


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