1 Jeffrey K. Jue Education Oct Oct Oct Dec June 1999 Aug May 1998 Sept June 1994 Doctor of Philosophy, Jointly supervised by the Department of Divinity and Religious Studies and the Department of History, University of Aberdeen, Scotland. Graduate Studies, The Folger Institute, The Folger Library, Washington D.C. Instructor: Professor Carlos M. N. Eire, Departments of History and Religion, Yale University. Graduate Studies, University of Geneva, Switzerland. Instructor: Professor Irena Backus, Institute of Reformation History, University of Geneva. Master of Divinity, Westminster Theological Seminary in California. Bachelor of Arts, University of California at Irvine. Doctoral Thesis Heaven Upon Earth : The Apocalyptic Thought of Joseph Mede ( )
2 Publications Monograph Heaven Upon Earth: Joseph Mede ( ) and the Legacy of Millenarianism (Springer Publications: Dordrecht, 2006). Reviewed in: Journal of the Historical Association (Blackwell Publishing) Sixteenth Century Studies Journal Southern Baptist Theological Journal Articles Evangelical Eschatology, American Style, in R. D. Phillips & G. N. E. Fluhrer (eds.), These Last Days: A Christian View of History (Phillipsburg, 2011), pp Chinese American Protestant Christianity: A History on the Margins, in S. Baker (ed.), Globalization and its effects on Urban Ministry in the 21 st Century (Pasadena, 2009), pp Puritan Millenarianism in Old and New England, in J. Coffey and P. Lim (eds.) The Cambridge Companion to Puritanism (Cambridge, 2008), pp Andrew Fuller: Heir to the Reformation, Eusebia: The Bulletin of The Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies 9 (Spring 2008), pp A Millenarian Genealogy: Joseph Mede, Jonathan Edwards and Old Princeton, in L. G. Tipton & J. Waddington (eds.), Resurrection and Eschatology: Theology in Service of the Church, essays in honor of Richard B. Gaffin Jr. (Philipsburg, 2008), pp
3 Islam and the West: Reflections from Medieval and Modern History, 28 (January 2008). Theologia Naturalis: A Reformed Tradition, in K. Scott Oliphint and Lane G. Tipton (eds.), Revelation and Reason: New Essays in Reformed Apologetics (Philipsburg, 2007), pp The Active Obedience of Christ and the Theology of the Westminster Standards: A Historical Investigation, in K. Scott Oliphint (ed.), Justified in Christ: God s Plan for Us in Justification (Scotland, 2007), pp The Da Vinci Code: Con of Man or Con-man? (2006). Asian American Theology: A Modern and Postmodern Dilemma, in D. J. Chuang and Timothy Tseng (eds.), Conversations: Asian American Evangelical Theologies in Formation (Washington D.C., 2006), pp What s Emerging in the Church? Postmodernity, the Emergent Church and the Reformation, Themelios 31.2 (January 2006), pp Joseph Mede, in Religion in Geschichte und Gengenwart, ed. Eberhard Jüngel (Tübingen, 2002). Teaching Experience Associate Professor of Church History, Westminster Theological Seminary (PA), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 2006 present. Assistant Professor of Church History, Westminster Theological Seminary (PA), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 2003 June Lecturer in Church History, Westminster Theological Seminary
4 (PA), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 2002 June Visiting Professor in Historical and Systematic Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary Washington D.C./Baltimore, Maryland, January 2002 present. Visiting Lecturer in Historical Theology and Church History, Reformed Theological Seminary Atlanta, Georgia, January 2002 May Tutorial Instructor in History, Department of History, University of Aberdeen, Scotland. February 2000-May Tutorial Instructor in Church History, Department of Divinity and Religious Studies, University of Aberdeen, Scotland. February 2000-May Lecturer, The Aberdeen School of Christian Studies, Aberdeen, Scotland. Spring Session Teaching Assistant in Church History, Westminster Theological Seminary in California, California, U.S.A. September 1997-May Invited Lectures and Presentations Postmodernity and the Christian Historian, Asian Pacific Consultation on Christian Faith, Jakarta, Indonesia. April 25-27, Materialism s Impact on Christian Theology, Science and Faith Conference, co- hosted by The Discovery Institute and Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, PA. April 8-9, The Church and the Asian American Experience, Grace and Race Symposium, Redeemer Presbyterian Church, New York, New York. March 12, 2011.
5 The Great Age of Protestant Foreign Missions: 19 th Century Foreign Devils or Gospel Missionaries?, Chinese Mission Convention, Valley Forge, PA. December 28, John Calvin and the Doctrine of Scripture, Chongshin Seminary and University, Seoul, Korea. June 3, Evangelical Eschatology: American Style, Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology, Philadelphia, PA. April 30 May 2, The Unadjusted Gospel and the Asian American Church, Together for the Gospel pre-conference seminar, Louisville, KY. April 12, B. B. Warfield, J. Gresham Machen, and the Battle for the Bible, Reformed Institut, Jakarta, Indonesia. January 11, Calvin and the Puritans and Calvin and Scottish Presbyterianism, Sola Scriptura Ministries. Toronto, Canada. September 17-19, The Reformation s Doctrine of the Priesthood of All Believers, Annual International Conference on the Westminster Confession, Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Pittsburgh, PA. June 26-27, Biblical Exegesis and the Apocalypse in the Era of the Reformation, International Colloquium on the Millennium, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. April 16-17, Is Geneva Relevant for Philadelphia?: A Reformed Approach to Urban Ministry, Tenth Presbyterian Church Urban Ministry Conference, Philadelphia, PA. March 6-7, John Calvin and the Doctrine of Scripture and Eschatology in the Reformation, China Reformed Theological Seminary, Taipei,
6 Taiwan. January 8-9, Calvin vs. the Calvinists Revisited: Puritan Eschatology and the use of the Church Fathers, Sixteenth Century Society and Conference, St. Louis, Missouri. October 14-15, Andrew Fuller: Heir of the Reformation, Andrew Fuller, The Reader Conference, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Lexington, KY. August 27-28, The Importance of Church History, The Academy for Christian Thought, New York, New York. June 10, The Korean American Church: History, Racialization, and the Global Era, Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) Annual Korean English Ministry Conference, Anaheim, California. January 24-25, Post-Reformation History and Theology, The Reformed Institute of Christianity, Stephen Tong Ministries International, New York, New York. July 12-16, A Home of One s Own: Locating the Gospel in Asian America, Conference on Faith and Culture, Grace Chinese Christian Church (PCA). Herndon, Virginia. October Contextualization and Asian American Theology: A Postmodern Critique, L2 (Leadership & Legacy) Foundation Theology Forum, Marina Del Rey, California. October 31 November 3, A Millenarian Genealogy: Joseph Mede, Jonathan Edwards and Old Princeton Kerux Conference. Seattle, Washington. August 28-31, Millenarianism and The British Revolution: The Non-Apocalyptic Thought of Joseph Mede, Sixteenth Century Studies Conference. St. Louis, Missouri. October 28-31, 1999.
7 Crypto-Papists, Anti-Calvinists and the Antichrist: Apocalypticism in Early Modern Britain, Society for Reformation Studies. Westminster College, University of Cambridge, Great Britain. April 7-9, Origins of British Millenarianism, Scottish Universities Church History Colloquium. Perth, Scotland. October 13-15, Professional Societies American Historical Association (USA) 5 American Academy of Religion (USA) American Society for Church History (USA) North American Conference on British Studies (USA) The Society for Reformation Studies (UK) Sixteenth Century Studies Conference (International) Academic Honors, Fellowships and Grants L2 Foundation Grant in conjunction with Westminster Theological Seminary (PA), L2 Foundation: Leadership and Legacy for Asian Americans, August University Consortium Grant, The Folger Institute, The Folger Shakespeare Library, October Faculty Research Grant, Faculty of Arts and Divinity, University of Aberdeen, May Who s Who in American Colleges and Universities award recipient Administrative Experience Associate Academic Dean, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, PA present. Acting Vice-President of Academic Affairs and Academic Dean, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, PA
8 Director, The Craig Center for the Study of the Reformed Tradition, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, PA present. Coordinator, Department of Church History, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, PA present. Doctoral Program Coordinator, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, PA present. Associate Editor, Westminster Theological Journal, Philadelphia, PA present. Chair, Historical Theological Doctoral Field Committee, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, PA, present. Other Academic Experience Co-organizer, Trans-Atlantic Puritan Tele-video Seminar via Smart Classroom with Trinity College Dublin and the University of Edinburgh. Two seminars are held each academic year. Research Assistant for The Thomas Reid Project, Department of Philosophy, University of Aberdeen, Scotland Visiting Researcher, The Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington D.C. September 2000 December Visiting Researcher, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California. June 1999 August 1999; June 2000 August Research Assistant, Department of Social Ecology, University of California at Irvine Study on the effects of stress on individuals. Under the supervision of Dr. Gary Evans, currently at Cornell University. Ministerial Credentials
9 Ordained in the Philadelphia Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church in America, March 17, 2010.