|LLB||FuJian Normal University|
|MPhil||Renmin University of China|
|MCS||China Graduate School of Theology|
|ThM||China Graduate School of Theology|
|PhD||McMaster Divinity College|
The Gospel of Mark
The Old Testament in the New
Xiaxia Xue received her PhD from McMaster Divinity College, Canada in 2014. At the same year, she joined the faculty team of CGST in biblical studies, in which Dr. Xue earned her MCS and ThM.
Dr. Xue is a New Testament scholar who specializes in the Pauline letters. She is the author of Paul’s Viewpoint on God, Israel, and the Gentiles in Romans 9—11 (Langham, 2015), which book has been translated into Chinese, published by Tien Dao Publishing House, HK, 2018. Dr. Xue is active in the International New Testament studies field. She was a member and then is a co-chair of Biblical Greek Language and Linguistics of Society of Biblical Literature. She has served on the editorial board of the journal Dialogismos. She has been a visiting scholar of Wycliffe Hall of Oxford University in 2013 and Fuller Seminary in 2019. She has presented several paper on Pauline letters in the international biblical conferences and published them subsequently.
Dr. Xue is also involved in the Chinese ministries. She has taught New Testament courses Mainland and Hong Kong and gave sermons in churches of different denominations.
Paul’s Viewpoint on God, Israel, and the Gentiles in Romans 9 — 11: An Intertextual Thematic Analysis. Carlisle: Langham Monographs, 2015.
"A Narrative Analysis of the Longer Ending of Mark: Encounter with the Risen Jesus." China Graduate School of Theology Journal 53 (2012): 133-67.
“The Sufferings of Paul in Romans 9 –11: Paul’s Vicarious Intercession and His Prophetic Identity.” In Suffering in Paul (Chapter 3). Edited by Siu Fung Wu. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2019.
“An Analysis of James 2:14-26: With Special Reference to the Intertextual Reading of Abraham and Rahab” In Light From Linguistic Criticism on the Epistle of James: Whole Grains from “Straw.” Edited by James Dvorak and Zachary Dawson. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2019: p.127-54.
〈從保羅書信看人與環境的關係〉。載Bereshith 編：《起初，關愛受造世界》，頁 102-115。香港：德慧文化出版，2018。
“The Community as Union with Christ in the Midst of Conflict: An Ecclesiology of the Pauline Letters from a Chinese Perspective.” In The Church from Every Tribe and Tongue: Ecclesiology in the Majority World. Edited by Gene L. Green, Stephen T. Pardue, and K. K. Yeo. Cumbria: Langham Global Library, 2018: 114-135.
“An Intertextual Discourse Analysis of Rom. 9:30–10:13.” In Modeling Biblical Language, edited by Stanley Porter and Gregory P. Fewster and Christopher D. Land. Leiden: Brill, 2016: 277-308.
"Paul's Identity Against the Backdrop of the People of Hong Kong." Global Perspectives on the Bible, ed. Mark Roncace and Joseph Weaver. NJ Prentice Hall, 2013: 316-17.
“The conflict Between Paul and Peter at Antioch,” presented at the Annual Meeting of Society of Biblical Literature (Nov 2017).
“James’ Viewpoint on Faith and Works: An Intertextual Thematic Analysis of James 2:14–26,” presented at Canadian Society of Biblical Studies of Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences (May 2015).
“An Intertextual Thematic Analysis: Rom 9:30-10:13 as a Case Study,” presented at McMaster Divinity College Theological Research Seminar (Feb 2014).
"Research Methodology: An Intertextual Thematic Analysis." Paper presented Presentation at the LInguistic Circle of McMaster Divinity College (Dec 2013).
"An Intertextual Discourse Analysis of Paul's Use of Scripture in Rom. 10:5-10." Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature (Nov. 2011).
"A Narrative Analysis of the Longer Ending of Mark." Paper presented at the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies of the Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences (May 2011).