Rev Dr Luke CHEUNG Wilson Chow Professor (Biblical Studies)

Luke.Cheung@cgst.edu

BSc University of Saskatchewan
理學士 沙省大學
MDiv China Graduate School of Theology
道學碩士 中國神學研究院
ThM Australian College of Theology-Moore Theological College
神學碩士 摩亞神學院
PhD University of St. Andrews
哲學博士 聖安德魯大學
研究興趣

新約書卷:馬太福音、希伯來書、雅各書、彼得前書、彼得後書、猶大書
早期猶太教
基督教起源
舊約典外文獻

簡介

Dr. Luke Cheung has once been a high-school teacher. In response to God’s call, he went for full time gospel ministry and completed his Master of Divinity at China Graduate School of Theology in 1983. After pastoring in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church for about three years, he furthered his study in Moore Theological College, Australia, focusing on New Testament studies. He was back to Hong Kong in 1989 and joined the faculty of China Graduate School of Theology. In 1995 to 1999, under CGST’s scheme of Faculty development, he again furthered his study overseas in University of St. Andrews, Scotland, under Prof. Richard Bauckham. He earned his PhD in 1999 and re-joined the CGST’s faculty. Cheung’s areas of research interest include Second Temple Judaism, Christian origin, Catholic Epistles, and social-scientific and canonical approach to New Testament Studies. He has served in two administrative posts in CGST: Academic Dean (2008-2013), and Vice-president (2013-2019).

Cheung sees theological training involves not only in passing on information in biblical and theological knowledge and pastoral skills, but also life transformation. That is a great challenge to him as a teacher, because it would mean that he also has to grow maturely as a person. Theological education serves the church in training ministers for the Kingdom. He himself has also been deeply involved with pastoring in the local church, making sure that theological training fits in well with the needs of the church. He was ordained in Cumberland Presbyterian Church in 1991. At different periods of time, he has been minister-in-charge in three different congregations within the denomination since 1992. He officially retired from the Presbytery in 2020.

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