Sam Tsang is the author of Right Texts, Wrong Meanings (Wipf and Stock, 2013) and more than thirty other books on the Bible. He teaches preaching at Hong Kong Baptist Theological Seminary and the New Testament at Ambrose University, Canada.

Sam Tsang preaches and teaches in seminaries, universities, churches, and conferences throughout North America and Asia. He has given lectures to pastors and church leaders on topics such as “Elements of Style in Preaching” and “The Interface between Biblical Studies and Pulpit Communication”, as well as seminars to church groups on topics such as “How to Read Different Genres of the Bible”. He is passionate about communicating his research in Bible-related topics to both the church leaders and the laity, and in different denominational contexts and cultures (both American and non-American).

Besides writing, researching and speaking on biblical interpretation and preaching, Sam also coaches preachers and speakers. With his dissertation on the rhetoric of the New Testament (PhD, University of Sheffield) and years of teaching of homiletics, Sam’s classes combine biblical studies and homiletics so that the students learn not only the content of the message but also the method of the rhetoric. The goal of Sam’s ministry is to work with fellow pilgrims towards creating methods and messages that are closer to the biblical model.

See sample topics from past lecture/sermon series