Enoch Wan, Ph.D.
- Portland Campus, Milliken Hall, 307
"Students in the doctoral program are to grasp and experience Gospel-Centered education within the “relational paradigm” which places high priority on vertical relationship (with the Triune God), from which horizontal relationships (in the contexts of family and ministry) naturally flow."
Ph.D. in Anthropology
State University of New York at Stony Brook
M.T.S. - New Testament Studies and Counseling
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences
A Defining Moment
"A real life turning point was coming to New York as a lonely foreign student in 1970 when I learned to trust God for provision and protection and began walking in the Spirit. Those were formative years in life style and academic pursuit.
The history of my family is generations of diaspora: China to Hong Kong to Canada to USA that resulted in the book: Diaspora Missiology: Theory, Methodology, and Practice (2011).
The pursuit and practice of “relational paradigm” (vertical + horizontal relationships, with proper priority and true integrity) is my life-long journey and career development: best exemplified by a recent publication: Relational Missionary Training (2017)."
Enoch Wan's Curriculum Vitae (CV)
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