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Christian Mind in the Emerging World

Faith Integration in Asian Contexts and Global Perspectives

Editor(s): Wing Tai Leung, Vaughan King Tong Mak, Peter Tze Ming Ng
Contributors: Bing Xu, Dennis Feaster;

Book Description

In response to challenges from the emerging world, this book brings together essays that discuss and exemplify various related approaches to academic faith integration and explore how Christian faith should underpin, scaffold, and frame our understanding of academic disciplines, leading to practical implications for work or action in modern society and culture. Written by Christian scholars and practitioners from diverse backgrounds including the USA, the UK, Australia, China, Hong Kong, South Korea, and the Philippines, the contributions here all contribute a global perspective while addressing some specific issue or case in the context of Asia. They represent ingenious endeavors that illustrate the workings of a faith-integrated approach in domains as wide as higher education, business, science, psychology and counseling, politics, environment, media, social services, leadership, research, and technology. This volume will inform and inspire the reader into cross-cultural and inter-disciplinary studies particularly of religion, education, culture, society, and worldview.


ISBN-13: 978-1-5275-1649-6
ISBN-10: 1-5275-1649-0
Date of Publication: 01/12/2018
Pages / Size: 594 / A5
Price: £70.99


Peter Tze Ming Ng served as Professor at the Department of Cultural and Religious Studies of the Chinese University of Hong Kong for 23 years. He has authored over 100 academic articles in publications such as Journal of Christian Higher Education; Journal of World Christianity; Studies in World Christianity; Cahiers d’Extreme-Asie; International Journal of Public Theology; Religious Education; and Journal of Asian Evangelical Theology. He is currently a Senior Researcher at Lumina College, Hong Kong.

Wing Tai Leung is the Founding President of Lumina College. With over 40 years of professional experience in media, culture, communication and youth, he is an Honorary Fellow of Hong Kong City University and the author of 10 books.

Vaughan King Tong Mak is Head of Academic Programmes at Lumina College. Previously with Hong Kong Baptist University and the Chinese University of Hong Kong, he has published reviews of various linguistic works and is a trained Christian Counselor.