Stephen T. Chan, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Theology and Religious Studies
Seattle University

 

 

"In the pursuit of learning one knows more everyday;
in the pursuit of the Tao one does less everyday.
One does less and less until one does nothing at all,
and when one does nothing at all there is nothing that is undone."
- Tao Te Ching, Ch.48.

"Beyond the desert of criticism, we wish to be called again."
- Paul Ricoeur

"For the earth will be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord,
as the waters cover the sea."
- Habakkuk 2:14

Department of Theology and Religious Studies
Seattle University
900 Broadway
Seattle WA 9812
Tel: 206-296-5321
Fax: 206-296-5997
School Email:
schan@seattleu.edu

Home Email: schan401@msn.com

[For Chinese Webpage, Please click here]

Current Course Webpages

THRS 230: Spiritual Traditions, East and West
THRS 203: Themes of Christian Faith
THRS 310: Christology
THRS 231: Christian-Buddhist Dialogue
THRS 393: Asian Theology
THRS 232: Christian-Muslim Dialogue
THRS 393: Chinese Religions
THRS 401: Theology of Religions

Curriculum Vitae

Curriculum Vitae (English) DOC

Curriculum Vitae (Chinese)

Personal Profile (English)

Personal Profile (SU)

Personal Profile (Chinese)

List of Publications

List of Publications (English)

Books
English Articles
Chinese Articles
Book Reviews
Public Lectures
Conference Papers
Translation of Books

List of Publications (Chinese)

Recent Publications (1999-2000)

 

Chinese Theological Courses (Outlines)

Bibliography [in Construction]

Introduction to Theological Studies (At UC Berkeley Christian Fellowship)

Theology of Augustine

Theology of Martin Luther

Theology of John Calvin

Lecture on Doctrine of Holy Spirit (At Stanford University Christian Fellowship)

Lecture on Election (At Stanford University Christian Fellowship)

Christian Theology and Post-Modernism

Christian Faith and Philosophy of Kant

Theology of Karl Barth

Education

Ph.D.  The Divinity School, the University of Chicago.  1998
M.A.  The Divinity School, the University of Chicago.  1990
B.D.  The Chinese University of Hong Kong.  1989



Teaching Experience
1. Seattle University, Washington. 2003 till present.
Associate Professor, Theology Department

2. Seattle University, Washington. Sep, 1996 till 2003.
Assistant Professor, Theology Department

Courses Taught:
Undergraduate Courses:

Christian-Buddhist Dialogue
Christian-Muslim Dialogue
Christology
Spiritual Traditions: East and West
Themes of Christian Faith
Theology of Religions

Graduate Courses: Christian Theology in Asia


3. Regent College, Vancouver, B.C., Canada 1995 - 1996
Visiting Professor, Chinese Studies Program. Sep, 1995 - Aug, 1996.
Course: "Asian Theology." Fall, 1995.

4. Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois 1993 - 1994
Lecturer, "Asian History." History Department. Fall, 1993.
Lecturer, "Asian History." History Department. Fall, 1994.

5. Saint Xavier University, Chicago, Illinois 1993 - 1994
Lecturer, "Philosophy and Religion." Department of Religious Studies. Spring, 1993.
Lecturer, "Philosophy and Religion." Department of Religious Studies. Fall, 1993.
Lecturer, "Philosophy and Religion." Department of Religious Studies. Spring, 1994.

Award
National Student Essay Competition in Divinity (1992) awarded by the Graduate Theological Foundation: "Some Reflections on Kierkegaard's Concept of Truth as Subjectivity: A Contextual Reading of Kierkegaard's Concluding Unscientific Postscript." Church Divinity 1992. Wyndham Hall Press, 1992.

Clinical Pastoral Education
Office of Chaplaincy Services, the University of Chicago Hospitals. Completion of one Basic Unit of Clinical Pastoral Education. June-August 1993

Professional Societies
American Academy of Religion. 1989 - Present.
Society for the Study of Chinese Religions. 1991 - Present.
Council Member of Academic Council and Publication Council, Institute of Sino-Christian Studies, Hong Kong, China. 1996 - Present.

 



List of Publications
Stephen T. Chan, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Theology & Religious Studies
Seattle University, WA
LIST


1. Articles
a. English Article

b. Chinese Articles

 

2. Book Reviews

3. Public Lectures


4. Conference Papers


5. Translation of Books

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