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Jonathan Andrew Seitz

B.A.        The College of Wooster

M. Div.    Princeton Theological Seminary

Ph. D.      Princeton Theological Seminary

Publications

Seitz, Jonathan. “Religious Dualism and Dual Religious Identity,” Buddhist-Christian Studies, forthcoming, 2015.

Seitz, Jonathan. “Chinese Religions.” (eight thousand word essay) in Christian Handbook of Religion. Edited by Terry Muck. Baker Academic Books, forthcoming 2015.

Seitz, Jonathan. “Mission and Immigration,” in Allen Jorgenson, Hussam Timani, and Alexander Hwang, eds., Strangers in the World: Multi-Religious Reflections on Immigration (Fortress, Press 2014).

Young, Richard Fox, and Jonathan A. Seitz eds. Asia in the Making of Christianity: Conversion, Agency, Indigeneity, 1600s to the Present. Brill, 2013.

McNeur, George Hunter. Liang A-Fa: China’s First Preacher: Edited with Introduction. Edited by Jonathan A. Seitz. Eugene, OR: Pickwick, 2013.

Seitz, Jonathan. “Ecumenism and the Bible” in Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception. Edited by Dale Allison Jr. et al. De Gruyter, 2013.

Seitz, Jonathan. “Jonah as Missionary” in Global Perspectives on the Bible. Edited by Mark Roncace and Joe Weaver. Prentice Hall, 2013.

Seitz, Jonathan. Review Essay “Recent Textbooks on World Christianity.” Taiwan Journal of Theology (2012).

Seitz, Jonathan. “Humanistic Impulses in Christian Humanism.” Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities Newsletter 6, no.2 (June 2011): 9-13.

Seitz, Jonathan. “Calvin in World Christianity.” Taiwan Journal of Theology 31, no.2 (2009): 157-174.

Seitz, Jonathan. “Converting John Sung: UTS Dropout, Psychiatric Patient, Chinese Evangelist.” Union Seminary Quarterly Review 62, no.1 (2009): 78-92.

Seitz, Jonathan. “John Calvin in Missionary Memory and Chinese Protestant Identity.” in Sober, Strict, and Scriptural: Collective Memories of John Calvin, 1800-2000. Edited by Johan de Niet, Herman Paul, and Bart Wallets. Brill, 2009.

Seitz, Jonathan. “Partnership.” in Encyclopedia of Missions and Missionaries. Edited by Jonathan Bonk. Great Barrington, MA: Routledge, 2007.

Seitz, Jonathan. “The Taiping Heavenly Kingdom: Rebellion and the Blasphemy of Empire. By Thomas Reilly. University of Washington, 2004. Acquainted with Grief: Wang Mingdao’s Stand for the Persecuted Church. By Thomas Alan Harvey. Brazos, 2002.”  Koinonia 17, no.1 (2005): 105-109.

Seitz, Jonathan. “Yes, There are Limits to Tracy’s Linguistic Emphasis, But We Can Only Talk About Them: A Response to David Brockman.” Koinonia (XV: 2003).

Seitz, Jonathan. Book reviews published Journal of Cultural and Religious Theory, Koinonia, Currents in Mission and Theology, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, The Journal of Presbyterian History, Missiology, Taiwan Journal of Theology, Sino-Christian Studies, and Social Sciences and Missions.

Presentations

Seitz, Jonathan. “Ethnic Imagination: Conversion and Revival among the Atayal and Paiwan in the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan During the Post-War Period,” Co-Presented with Dr. Shih Shu-ying at the 2014 International Conference on Formosan Indigenous Peoples: Contemporary Perspectives, Academia Sinica, September 2014

Seitz, Jonathan. “Taiwanese Contextual Theology in the Third Generation,” American Society of Missiology Annual Meeting, St. Paul, June 2014

Seitz, Jonathan. “Christianity as a Chinese Religion.” Paper presented at Chinese Religions Unit, American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting. Baltimore, 2013.

Seitz, Jonathan. “Religious Dualism and the Problem of Dual-Religious Identity.” Paper presented at World Christianity Unit, American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting. Baltimore 2013.

Seitz, Jonathan. “Unity Through Shared Adversity: A Case Study of the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan.” Paper presented at Reformed History and Theology Unit, American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting. Chicago, 2012.

Seitz, Jonathan. “Comedy, Filial Piety, and Theology: The Story of the Blanket, Missionary Studies of Filial Piety, and the Fifth Commandment.” Paper presented at National Taiwan University conference “Cultural Translation, East Asia, and the World.” May, 2011.

Seitz, Jonathan. “Early LMS China Mission(1807-1834) and Qing Law” Paper presented at Yale-Edinburgh Conference on World Christianity. July, 2009.

Seitz, Jonathan. “Jesus’ Three Pearls? The Saving Merit of the God Jesus? Christian Doctrine in a Chinese Diasporic Religious Context.” Paper presented at Mid-Atlantic AAR Meeting. March, 2008.

Seitz, Jonathan. “Is Christianity a Foreign Religion?” Paper presented at Sino-Christian Conference. LA, November, 2007.

Seitz, Jonathan. “Morrison’s First Translation? Writing Chinese in London.” Paper presented at Morrison Bicentennial Conference. U. Maryland, March, 2007.

Seitz, Jonathan. “Liang A-Fa Takes a Name.” Paper presented at Yale-Edinburgh Group on World Christianity, July, 2005.

Seitz, Jonathan. “Barbara Kingsolver’s The Poisonwood Bible on American Imperialism, Foreign Missions, and African Christianity.” Paper presented at American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting. November, 2004.

Seitz, Jonathan. “Canton in London and London in Canton: Robert Morrison, Yong Sam-Tak, and Religious Translation.” Paper presented at Beijing University Conference on Missions and Translation. May, 2004.

Seitz, Jonathan. “Feeding the Nation: The 1911 Revolution and Famine Relief.” Paper presented at Association for Asian Studies Annual Meting. March, 2004.

Seitz, Jonathan. Reorienting Early American Mission: The Conversion of Henry Obookiah. Paper presented at Yale-Edinburgh Group on World Christianity. 2003.

研究領域

History of Religions; Ecumenism; Conversion theory; Christianity in East Asia; World Christianity; Christianity and World History; Christianity and Local Religions; Mission and Evangelism; Pluralism, Witness, and Dialogue; Sinology and Theology; American Presbyterian History; Jonah as a Biblical Exemplar of Mission

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