Dr. Xi Li

Professor of Medical Theology
Post Trauma Growth Specialist
International experience:
  • China
  • United States


Doctor of Philosophy (candidate), Old Testament, Catholic University of America, Wash., DC
Master of Divinity, Emmanual Christian Seminary, Milligan College, Elizabethton, TN
Visiting Scholar, "Defense of Motivational Externalism," Baylor University, Waco, TX
Doctor of Philosophy, Ethics, Peking University, Beijing, China
Master of Medicine, Neuroanatomy, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China
Bachelor of Arts, Acupuncture, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China


Dr. Xi Li is a bioethicist and biblical theologian who specializes in the biblical foundations of post-traumatic growth. His scholarly English and Chinese publications include articles in the Harvard Theological Review, Biblical Theology Bulletin, Australian Biblical Review, Missio Dei: Journal of Missional Theology, Journal of Dialectics of Nature, Studies in Dialectics in Nature, Philosophical Trends, Morality and Civilization, Gansu Social Science, and Foreign Philosophy. He has published books in Chinese on the gospel of Mark, a history of ethics, and lectures on medical ethics. He has given scholarly presentations to the American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature, the American Schools of Oriential Research, and the Meiguo Metaphysical Mayhem Symposium in Beijing, and the International Symposium on the Foundation of Morality in Wuhan, China. He has taught at the Zhejiang University of Finance and Economics, School of Humanities in Hangzhou, China, and the Capital Normal University, Department of Philosophy in Beijing. He also served as a researcher at the China Research Institute for Science Popularization in Beijing. Dr. Xi Li and is family live in the Washington, DC area.

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