Rev. Richard Cook, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Church History and Missions
Director Of MAICS Program
626-571-5110 x 155

Highest Education:

Ph.D., University of Iowa (Modern Chinese History)

Experience:

Assistant Professor of Church History & Missions
Assistant and Associate Professor of Mission History and Global Christianity

Area of Research:

Chinese Church History; Global Christianity

Teaching Courses:

Chinese Church History; Missions History; Global Christianity; Church History; Introduction to Missiology

Conference / Workshop Topic:

Missions Conference, Evangelistic Meeting, Chinese Church History, Global Christianity, Christian Discipleship (From the Sermon on the Mount, Mt 5-7); Gospel of John, Acts.

Brain Circulation: The Case for Bringing Chinese Seminarians to the US,

Social Boundaries: Establishment, Rites of Initiation and Dealing with ‘Nominal’ Christianity,

In 1492, Columbus Sailed the Ocean Blue… If you found a new world, what would you do?

Overcoming Missions Guilt: Robert Morrison, Liang Fa and the Opium Wars,

The Voice of Independent Chinese Christians in the Nationalist Discourse of the Republican Period

Language:

English and Mandarin

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