BSc, University of Hong Kong, 1969;
MDiv, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, 1974
PhD, Princeton Theological Seminary, 1978
Areas of Specialization: Church History, Historical Theology, Chinese Church History, Chinese Theology
Before coming to Tyndale Seminary in 1990, Dr. Lam taught Church History and Theology for 12 years at China Graduate School of Theology, Hong Kong. During this period he was visiting professor at Fuller Theological Seminary, Regent College and Tyndale Seminary. He also served on the pastoral staff at Princeton Chinese Church (Princeton, New Jersey), Chinese Rhenish Church (Hong Kong) and Chinese Presbyterian Church. Dr. Lam teaches in the Chinese Ministry program at Tyndale and serves on the pastoral team at the Mississauga Chinese Baptist Church. His publications, in addition to various journal articles, include several books on historical theology and Chinese studies. A Half Century of Chinese Theology, 1900-1949, is an interpretation of Chinese Christianity during a period that lays the foundation of the worldwide Chinese church today. His most recent book on medieval theology is the second volume in a series entitled Christian Theology in Development. Dr. Lam is a frequent speaker at Chinese churches and conferences in North America.