Brent Fulton

With more than 35 years of China ministry experience, Brent Fulton is a two-time transplant to Hong Kong who has spent most of his life navigating between the Chinese world and the world of Western evangelicalism. He is the founder of ChinaSource, a leading Christian think tank on China, and he previously served as managing director of the Institute for Chinese Studies at Wheaton College, where he taught as an adjunct professor.

In addition to two books and chapters in several edited volumes, Brent has written for, or been quoted in, a variety of media including Christianity Today, World Magazine, The Economist, South China Morning Post, The Gospel Coalition, and The New York Review of Books (Chinese edition). He blogs frequently on the ChinaSource site and contributes to ChinaSource Quarterly, which he edited for 20 years.

Brent holds MA and PhD degrees in political science from the University of Southern California and a BA in Radio-TV-Film from Messiah College. He and his wife, Jasmine, currently reside in Southern California, where they are members of First Chinese Baptist Church of Walnut.

Most Recent Project: China’s Urban Christians: A Light that Cannot be Hidden (Pickwick, 2015)

Website / Blog: chinasource.org
Twitter: @BrentSFulton

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