John A. Lindblom

John A. Lindblom

World Religions and World Church
Lindblom.2@nd.edu
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Education

B.A., English Literature, with distinction, University of Washington (Seattle), 1990
Master in Teaching, with teaching certification, Seattle University, 1994
Intensive intermediate-level language study, Sichuan University, Chengdu, China, 1998-1999
M.A., International Studies: China, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, University of Washington, 2003
Inter-University Program for Chinese Study, UC Berkeley-Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 2004-2005

Profile

Specialization:

Christianity in East Asia

Fields of Interest:

Christian theology in Dialogue with Chinese Culture
History of Christianity in Asia
The Bible and Christian Literature in Chinese
Human Rights and Religious Freedom
Church-State Relations in East Asia

Teaching Competencies:

Chinese History (esp. 20th century)
Christian Theology and Chinese Traditions: Confucianism, Daoism, Buddhism
History of Christianity in East Asia
The Bible in Chinese Translation

Dissertation

“Echoing the Classics: An Analysis of the Use of Classical Chinese Language and Concepts in the Gospel of John in the Chinese New Testament Translation by John C. H. Wu (Wu Ching-hsiung)”
Director: Robert Gimello