Taido Chino

Short Biography

  • 2018 Wissenschaftler Mitarbeiter at the ‘Institut für Hermeneutik und Dialog der Kulturen’ with Prof. Dr. Christoph Schwöbel
  • 2017 (Autumn) Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion at Lyon College (Batesville, Arkansas)
  • 2016-2017 Teach @ Tübingen Fellow at the ‘Institut für Hermeneutik und Dialog der Kulturen’
  • 2016 Completed Doctor of Philosophy in Systematic Theology (Aberdeen, Scotland)
  • 2013 Completed Master of Theology in New Testament (Vancouver, British Columbia)
  • 2002-2013 Pastor at Fellowship North (North Little Rock, Arkansas)
  • 1997-2002 Pastor at Chinese Baptist Church (Seattle, Washington)
  • 1997 Completed Master of Divinity from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (Chicago, Illinois)
  • 1993 Completed Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Hendrix College (Conway, Arkansas)

Publications

  • ‘With Two Hands’: A Doctrinal Analysis of Warfield and Barth on Scripture (Lexington/Fortress Academic, under contract)
  • "Theology's Munus Triplex? Reconsidering theology's role among the sciences," in International Journal of Systematic Theology 20:3 (August 2018): 335-358. [online]
  • Review of The Echoes of Coinherence: Trinitarian theology and science together, by Ross Hastings, in International Journal of Systematic Theology 20.3 (August 2018): 431-434. [online]
  • “The Anthropologist (AND) The Theologian”, Neue Zeitschrift für Systematische Theologie und Religionsphilosophie 59:2 (May 2017), 199-227. [online]
  • “Yesterday, Today, and Forever”: Review of David L. Mueller’s Karl Barth (Makers of the Modern Theological Mind Series), The Expository Times 128:9 (June 2017), 462-463. [online]

Courses Taught

  • The Theological Anthropology of Reinhold Niebuhr / Summer 2018 - Tübingen
  • Introduction to Christian Theology / Autumn 2017 – Lyon College
  • Introduction to the Old Testament / Autumn 2017 – Lyon College
  • Introduction to Philosophical and Applied Ethics / Autumn 2017 – Lyon College
  • The Doctrine of God in North American Theology / Summer 2017 – Tübingen
  • The Doctrine of God in British Theology / Winter 2016 – Tübingen
  • Global Issues, Global Religions / Autumn 2016 – Aberdeen (Tutor)

Research Activity and Interests

  • Current Research Project: 'Human in Relational Being: A Theological-Social Scientific Dialogue'
  • PhD Thesis: ‘With Two Hands’ – A Doctrinal Analysis of Warfield and Barth on Scripture
  • ThM Thesis: Isaiah in First Peter – A Case Study in the New Testament’s Interpretive Method
  • Ludwig Feuerbach’s Theological Significance
  • Modern Theology
  • Karl Barth and Reformed Theology
  • Doctrine of Scripture
  • Biblical Theology
  • Apostolic Hermeneutics and Intertextuality