|BA||University of Hong Kong|
|BA||Catholic University of Leuven|
|STB||Catholic University of Leuven|
|MA||Catholic University of Leuven|
|STL||Catholic University of Leuven|
|PhD||University of Edinburgh|
The early Christian interpretation of the Old Testament, relationship between the Septuagint and Hebrew text, prophetic books, priestly tradition, biblical theology of exile, disability studies in the Hebrew Bible, and Bible as traumatic literature.
Ka Leung Wong received his BA in mathematics and a postgraduate diploma in education from the University of Hong Kong. He served as a secondary school teacher for some years before taking up philosophy and theology at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Catholic University of Louvain) in Belgium. His research on the Book of Ezekiel was awarded the doctorate degree by the University of Edinburgh. He joined CGST in 2000 and was appointed Chan Chu So Wah Professor of Biblical Studies in 2011. His research interest covers the early Christian interpretation of the Old Testament, relationship between the Septuagint and Hebrew text, prophetic books, priestly tradition, biblical theology of exile, disability studies in the Hebrew Bible, and Bible as traumatic literature.
From Displacement to Placemaking (JUL-SEP 2017)
Life in displacement – the story of a prophet (OCT-DEC 2016)
Following the LORD 'Wholeheartedly' (OCT-DEC 2013)
“Very much of the land still remains to be possessed” or “I Myself will drive them out”? (JAN-MAR 2012)
"You are not able to serve the LORD" – Joshua's Challenge (APR-JUN 2010)
「你們不能事奉耶和華！」── 約書亞提出的挑戰 (2010年1月至2月)
《剛強壯膽回應上帝的應許 : 約書亞記析讀》。香港：基道，2013。
The Idea of Retribution in the Book of Ezekiel. Supplements to Vetus Testatmentum 87. Leiden: Brill, 2001.
“The Prince of Tyre in the Masoretic and Septuagint Texts of Ezekiel 28,1-10.” In Interpreting Translation: Studies in the LXX and Ezekiel in Honour of Johan Lust, ed. F. Garcia Martinez and M. Vervenne, with the collaboration of Brian Doyle, 447-61. BETL 192. Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2005.
“ ‘And Moses Raised His Hand’ in Numbers 20,11.” Biblica 89 (2008): 397-400.
“Profanation/Sanctification and the Past, Present and Future of Israel in the Book of Ezekiel.” Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 28 (2003): 210-39.
“The Masoretic and Septuagint Texts of Ezekiel 39, 21-29.” Ephemerides Theologicae Lovanienses 78 (2002): 130-47.
“A Note on Ezek. viii 6.” Vetus Testamentum 51 (2001): 396-400.