Dr. Henry S. Kuo appointed as Associate Professor of Church Histories and Historical Theology at Eden Theological Seminary

Giving thanks! By unanimous vote of the Tenured Faculty and Action of the Board of Trustees, Eden Theological Seminary has appointed Dr. Henry S. Kuo as Associate Professor of Church Histories and Historical Theology. Dr. Kuo received a Ph.D. in systematic and philosophical theology from the Graduate Theological Union/University of California in Berkeley (2019) with a firm grounding in the history of theologies. He also received a M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary in New Jersey (2013) and M.A. in economics from the University of Illinois at Chicago (2009). Dr. Kuo has served as Associate Professor of Religion, Ethics and Philosophy at Greensboro College in North Carolina and Director of the George Center for Honors Studies. He taught undergraduate and graduate courses in Christian ethics, Christian theology, church history, business ethics, and biblical studies. His primary research focus in on Christian ecclesiology (the theological study of the church). His work draws from historical studies read through the lenses of decoloniality and marginality.

Dr. Kuo is active globally in theological consultations of the World Communion of Reformed Churches. Dr. Kuo values Eden’s long history of excellence. He looks forward to joining this progressive seminary that trains students to be theologically-rooted leaders who can passionately engage their communities critically and thoughtfully while integrating their learning with their religious traditions, vocations, and the call for justice in society.

Dr. Henry Kuo will be moving to St. Louis. He begins at Eden in July 2024. The Eden community is excited to welcome Dr. Henry Kuo and his family.