Ping-cheung Lo

Dr. Ping-cheung “PC” Lo holds a PhD in Religious Ethics (Yale, 1990) and a PhD in Philosophy (SUNY at Buffalo, 1982). After completing a 31 year career of teaching and administration at Hong Kong Baptist University, he and his entire family relocated to Southern California in 2021. He taught for one year at Logos Evangelical Seminary before being recruited to be the first Academic Dean of the Chinese Studies Center at Fuller Theological Seminary (the Center was set up in 2021, replacing the China Initiative). He is concurrently appointed as the Dean and Rebecca Stephen Professor of Chinese Studies, offering one Chinese Studies course per year.


Articles by Ping-cheung Lo

  • Asia

    Taking Confucian spirituality seriously (by Ping-cheung Lo)

    When I was a young Christian, I was told by a well-respected pastor and seminary teacher that there are two views on the composition of a human being: dichotomy (body and spirit), or trichotomy (body, soul, and spirit). The spirit is that part of our being that can get connected with God. That explains why churches, Chinese churches in particular, are fond of the words “spiritual” (屬靈) and “spirituality” (靈性、靈命).