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郭伟联博士

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副教授
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  • Associate Director, Centre for Sino-Christian Studies
  • Recipient of President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Teaching, 2018
  • Langham Scholarship Recipient
  • 2/2018-1/2020, President, The Society for the Study of the History of Christianity in China
  • 9/2016-present, Advisor, Hong Kong Organ Transplant Foundation
  • 11/2013-present, Member of the board of directors, Christian Study Centre on Chinese Religion and Culture, Chung Chi College, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • 11/2012-present, Member of the Church History and Archive Committee of the Hong Kong Chinese Christian Churches Union
  • 6/2009-6/2019, Member of the Theological and Current Affairs Committee of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church Union of Hong Kong 
  • 9/2008-present, Member of the board of directors, angham Foundation, Hong Kong 
  • Degree:
  • M.Soc.Sc., City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • M.Div., Alliance Bible Seminary, Hong Kong
  • Th.M., Alliance Bible Seminary, Hong Kong
  • Ph.D., King’s College London, U.K. 
  • Work Experience:
  • Alliance Bible Seminary, Hong Kong
  • China Graduate School of Theology, Hong Kong
Courses Taught:
  • GFVM 1046 The Meaning of Love, Sex and Body
  • RELI2006 Introduction to Christianity and Civilizations
  • RELI 2015 Approaches to the Study of Religion
  • RELI 3026 Christianity, Humanism and the Contemporary World
  • RELI 3126 Theology, Liberalism and Sex in Chinese Societies
  • RELI 4025 Christianity and Chinese Culture
  • RELI 7010 Graduate Seminar
  • RELI 7071 Research Postgraduate Seminars
  • RELI 7080 RPG Research Methodology Seminar in Religion and Philosophy
Teaching Areas:
  • Christian Theology
  • Theology and Humanism
  • Christianity and Chinese Culture
  • Religious Charities in China
  • Theology of Sex
  • Research Methods
Research Areas:
  • Chinese Christianity; Christian Doctrine; Public Theology; Theological Hermeneutics
Current Projects:
  • Religious discourse, social participation, and identity construction of Hong Kong Protestant Christians from 1970 to 1997: An oral and documentary history
  • The concept of social justice in the periodicals of foreign religions in China, 1911-1949: Protestant Christianity and Islam
Selected Outputs:
  • Narrative and the Triune Reality. Eugene: Pickwick, 2022, xii+263pp. ISBN: 9781725252570
  • “Religious Discourse, Social Participation, and Identity Construction of Hong Kong Protestant Christians from 1970 to 1997.” In Fenggang Yang and Chris White, ed. Christian Social Activism and Rule of Law in Chinese Societies, pp. 77-100. Lanham: Lehigh University Press, 2021.
  • “Be pious and patriotic: A Comparison of Chinese Christian and Muslim Teaching on Just War in the early Stage of the Second Sino-Japanese War, 1937-1941.” Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 31.3 (2020): 287-306. DOI: 10.1080/09596410.2020.1812250 (Scopus and A&HCI Indexed Journal)
  • “Sola Scriptura, the Chinese Union Version Bible and their Impacts on Conservative Christian Leaders: The Case of Watchman Nee and Wang Mingdao.” Journal of Royal Asiatic Society Series 3.30.1 (2020): 93-103. (Scopus and A&HCI Indexed Journal)
  • “Christ-human and Jia Yuming’s Doctrine of Sanctification.” In Zheng Yangwen, ed. Sinicizing Christianity, pp. 109-136. Leiden: Brill, 2017.
Selected Conference Presentations:
  • Keynote speech: “Can a Theology of Peace be a Theology of Resistance? A Moral Theological Reflection in the Contemporary Chinese Context,” Society for the Study of Christian Ethics Postgraduate Conference, Oxford: University of Oxford, 12 March 2021.
    • https://ssce.org.uk/2021PGConfProgramme
  • Keynote speech: “Spirituality of Desire and Body Theology,” 2019 Fellowship of Theologians, Organized by Taiwan Graduate School of Theology, 6-7 December 2019. 
  • Invited presentation: “‘Going Forth to Teach, We Shall Have Learnt’: The Case of F. S. Drake at Shantung Christian University/Cheeloo University,” Retrospect and Prospect: The International Symposium on Thirty Years’ Research on History of Christian Colleges in China, Co-organized by Harvard-Yenching Institute, College of History and Culture, Shandong University, and College of Liberal Arts, Shanghai University, 11-14 October 2019. 
  • Invited presentation: “Sinicization, Christianity, and Religious Policy since 2012: A Political Theology Reflection,” The Montagu Barker Lecture Series of The Oxford Centre for Mission Studies, 14 May 2019.
  • Invited presentation: “The Chinese Church and Its Mission,” In Dialogue with Jürgen Moltmann—Hong Kong Expert Forum, Organized by Institute of Sino-Christian Studies and Divinity School of Chung Chi College, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 23 April 2018. 
  •     - https://www.theology.cuhk.edu.hk/en/moltmann2018

Selected Research Grants:
  • General Research Fund, Research Grant Council, HKSAR Government. 2023-25. 
    • Project Title: “Transnational Religious Exchange of Chinese Protestant Christians and Its Socio-Cultural Impacts: The Case of The Chinese Coordination Centre of World Evangelism, 1974-2021”. (HKD557,000)
  • General Research Fund, Research Grant Council, HKSAR Government. 2017-19. 
    • Project Title: “Religious discourse, social participation, and identity construction of Hong Kong Protestant Christians from 1970 to 1997: An oral and documentary history” (HKD406,964)
  • General Research Fund, Research Grant Council, HKSAR Government. 2015-17. 
    • Project Title: “The concept of social justice in the periodicals of foreign religions in China, 1911-1949: Protestant Christianity and Islam” (HKD264,400)
  • Donation from Tin Ka Ping Foundation on Whole Person Education (HKD1,000,000)
Knowledge Transfer Activities / Projects:
  • Peace-building workshops. Collaborated with Cedar Fund, Hong Kong, 2019-present
  • Christian Social Innovation and Social Enterprises. Collaborated with Fullness Social Enterprises Society, 2014-present