Diane G. Chen

 Diane G. Chen

Address6 E. Lancaster Avenue
Wynnewood, PA 19096

Associate Professor of New Testament, Palmer Theological Seminary

B.S., University of California, Berkeley,
M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
M.A., Fuller Theological Seminary,
Ph.D., Fuller Theological Seminary,

Emphasizing that sound exegesis is foundational to relevant and creative hermeneutics, and seeing the New Testament come alive.

Dr. Diane Chen’s dissertation, God as Father in Luke-Acts, was published in 2006 by Peter Lang Publishing. She has presented papers in several academic settings, including “Two Shades of Exclusivity: Divine Zeal and Divine Jealousy in 1 Corinthians,” at the Pacific Regional Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature, and an excerpt of her dissertation at the Ethnic Chinese Biblical Colloquium.

She has participated in many workshops and consultations, including “Teaching and Learning for Pre-Tenure Asian/Asian North American Faculty,” sponsored by the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning in Theology and Religion; “Strengths and Strategies: A Consultation on Student and Faculty Diversity in Theological Education,” co-sponsored by the Fund for Theological Education and the Association of Theological Schools; “Teaching the Bible in Racially and Culturally Diverse Classrooms,” co-sponsored by the Wabash Center, the Society of Biblical Literature, and the Fund for Theological Education; and “Evangelical Women and Academic Publishing,” sponsored by InterVarsity Press.

She is a member of the Society of Biblical Literature, the American Academy of Religion, and Ethnic Chinese Biblical Colloquium. Currently she attends Narberth Presbyterian Church.

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