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Hancock, Christopher

Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Religion in China
St Peter’s College, University of Oxford
Email Christopher Hancock

The Very Revd Dr Christopher Hancock, MA Oxon, BA, PhD Dunelm. In addition to his work as College Chaplain at St Peter’s College, University of Oxford,  Dr Hancock, a former Dean of Bradford and professor of theology, directs Oxford House an international agency providing a consultancy service to government agencies, corporations and NGOs in the area of religion, social transformation and contemporary geo-politics. His research focuses on religion and society in Asia, particularly China and India where he is a visiting professor at a number of leading universities. His next book is Christianity & Confucianism: a dialogue between traditions.

Until 2009, he was the Director of the Centre for the Study of Christianity in China at King’s College, London. He has, since 2004, traveled widely in China and taught theology extensively in Chinese universities and in other parts of the world (especially India, the USA and Myanmar). He has recently published Robert Morrison and the Birth of Chinese Protestantism (Continuum/T&T Clark) and has books on Christianity and Confucianism, The Lord’s Prayer: A Prayer for the World, and Marks of a True Church in process of completion. Prior to 2004, Chris was Dean of Bradford Cathedral, Vicar of Holy Trinity, Cambridge, a professor at Virginia Theological Seminary, and a university lecturer in Cambridge. He is married to Suzie and they have two grown children.

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