叶菁华
副教授
BSocSc, MDiv (CUHK); ThD (Harvard)

电话: (852) 3943 8151
电邮: francisyip@cuhk.edu.hk


Director, The Centre for Christian Studies
Associate Director (Research & Publication), DSCCC
研究兴趣
  1. Theology and Social Thought of Paul Tillich
  2. Christianity, modernity, and global capitalism
  3. Hong Kong Christianity
  4. Chinese Protestant Theology and Practices

The task of systematic theology is “reinterpretation of the tradition for the present situation” (David Tracy). This is the task for every generation of theologians, including pastor, preachers, church musicians, lay leaders, and seminary teachers. Systematic theology is not simple reiteration of what theologians have said in the past, but reinterpretation of it for the present situation. The Christian tradition to be reinterpreted, which includes biblical writings and church dogmas that are regarded by many as universally and everlastingly valid, is itself the product of intended or unintended responses to the social, cultural, ecclesial, and historical contexts that have been shaping it. The meaning, significance, and implications of any aspect of the tradition thus cannot be properly understood apart from these contexts.

Theology and Politics in Hong Kong Christianity: Sermons, Prayers and Disputes, 2013-2014

  1. 叶菁华、卢龙光:《我们信:尼西亚信经释义》。香港:基督教文艺出版社,2014。
  2. Capitalism as Religion? A Study of Paul Tillich’s Interpretation of Modernity. Cambridge, Mass., United States of America: Harvard Theological Studies, Harvard, 2010.
  3. 《寻真求全:中国神学与政教处境初探》。香港:基督教中国宗教文化研究社,1997。

《信仰市场.消费教会:消费主义与当今教会》。香港:基督教文艺出版,2013。

  1. 〈网络媒体盛行下教会论的反思 〉。载《新.网中人》,王家辉编,147-152。香港:香港中文大学崇基学院神学院,2017。
  2. 〈反思教派主义〉。《崇基载道易筋篇》。香港:中文大学崇基学院神学院,2015。19-26。
  3. 〈资本主义作为魔魅权势与社企的含混性〉。《社会企业:信仰实践与反思》。纪治兴等编。香港:基督教文艺出版社,2013。155-164。
  4. 〈「知己知彼」研究计划:社会学研究对香港「教会现况学」的贡献〉。《教牧职事的召命:神学、灵性、实践》。李耀全编。香港:香港中文大学崇基学院神学院,2009。104-110。
  5. 〈尼撒的贵格利论身体〉。《山道期刊》10(2007):22-33。
  6. 〈蒂利希对现代性的理解与批判〉。《蒂利希与汉语神学》。陈家富编。香港:道风书社,2006。291-311。
  7. “Protestant Christianity in Contemporary China.” In Chinese Religions in Contemporary Societies, edited by James Miller. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO, 2006. 175-205.
  8. “Protestant Christianity and Popular Religion in China: A Case of Syncretism?” Ching Feng 42, no.34 (1999): 130-175. (German version: “Protestantisches Christentum und Volksreligion in China: Ein Fall von Synkretismus?” In Christentum chinesisch in Theorie und Praxis. Edited by Monika Gansbauer. Translated by Helga Voigt. Hamburg: EMW, China InfoStelle, 2003. 27-60)