Kang-Yup Na
Patterson Hall 318
Westminster College
New Wilmington, PA 16172

724.946.7155
nak@westminster.edu
www.westminster.edu/staff/nak



education Emory University (Atlanta, GA)
Ph.D. in New Testament, 2001

Dissertation: “The Meaning of Christ in Paul: A Reading of Galatians 1.11–2.21 in the Light of Wilhelm Dilthey’s Lebensphilosophie” (Dr. Hendrikus Boers, adviser)

Georg-August-Universität (Göttingen, Germany)
coursework, 1991–92: Paul, Religionsgeschichtliche Schule, Qumran, Theology, Philosophy, Syriac

Princeton Theological Seminary (Princeton, NJ)   
M.Div., 1989

Princeton University (Princeton, NJ)
A.B. in Religion, 1986

Senior Thesis: “Pauline Influence on the Gnostic Soteriology in the Gospel of Truth, the Treatise on Resurrection, and the Hypostasis of the Archons: Textual Evidence for the Gnostic Paul and Its Significance in the Context of Second-Century Christianity” (Dr. John Gager, adviser)

Junior Paper: “A Topical Exegesis of the Hypostasis of the Archons: The Theme of Alienation” (Dr. Elaine Pagels, adviser)


academic
experience
Westminster College (New Wilmington, PA); since 1998
Associate Professor, Department of Religion, History, Philosophy, and Classics; since 2006
Honors Program director, All-College Honors Program; 2008–12
Assistant Professor, Department of Religion, History, Philosophy, and Classics; 2000–06
Instructor, Department of Religion, History, Philosophy, and Classics; 1998–2000

Courses taught (syllabi at www.westminster.edu/staff/nak):

Understanding the Bible
Old Testament / Hebrew Bible   
New Testament
The Synoptic Gospels
The Gospel of John   
Jesus
Paul and His Letters
Applied Biblical Interpretation
Text and Meaning
Understanding Christianity   
Reformed / Presbyterian Theology and Worship
Religion Capstone
Inquiry 101, 102, 111 (introduction to liberal arts education)
Honors Inquiry
Honors Seminar
Honors theses

Elementary Korean

Independent studies

New York Theological Seminary (New York, NY); 1996–98
Teaching Assistant for Old Testament, New Testament, Social History and Biblical Interpretation   

Emory University (Atlanta, GA); 1994–95
Teaching Assistant M.Div. course in Preaching   
Adjunct Faculty M.Div./M.A. intermediate course in New Testament Greek and exegesis   

Georg-August-Universität (Göttingen, Germany); 1991–92
Editorial Assistant to Dr. Gerd Lüdemann   
Translator and editor for parts of a book on the Minor Agreements (edited by Dr. Georg Strecker)   

Columbia Theological Seminary (Decatur, GA); summer 1990
Assistant Instructor Greek Summer School (with Dr. H. Wayne Merritt)   

The Institute for Advanced Study (Princeton, NJ); 1988–89
Assistant to Dr. Donald F. McCabe in editing and entering inscriptions from Asia Minor for the Ibycus computer system (epigraphy project supported by the Packard Humanities Institute)   

Princeton Theological Seminary (Princeton, NJ); 1987–89
Teaching Assistant introductory NT Greek; some lecturing


areas of
academic
competence
Primary:
New Testament, Paul’s letters, philosophical hermeneutics, critical theory and biblical interpretation, Greco-Roman and Jewish environments of NT, history of biblical interpretation

Secondary:
philosophy, theology (esp. Reformed theology), Old Testament, history of early Christianity, comparative religion (esp. Buddhism and Taoism)

Languages:
Korean (fluent), German (fluent), French, Ancient Greek, Biblical Hebrew, Latin, Syriac (rusty)


publications
A Meditation on Ḥesed, Jung, and Love.” The Living Pulpit, August 2013.

Hospitality from Genesis to Revelation.” The Living Pulpit, May 2013.

Feasting on the Word, Year C, Volume 2. Louisville: Westminster John Knox Press, 2009. (exegetical commentaries for Monday (Heb 9.11–15), Tuesday (1Cor 1.18–31), and Wednesday (Heb 12.1–3) of Holy Week)

Introduction to “Luke 10.21–37: The Good Samaritan.” In Inquiry. Littleton: Tapestry Press, 2008.

“Weakness of Will, Goodness of Grace.” These Days, The Presbyterian Publishing Corporation, September 2008.

“Doubt as an Act of Faith.” These Days, The Presbyterian Publishing Corporation, September 2008.

“Feeling Forsaken, But Never Forgotten.” These Days, The Presbyterian Publishing Corporation, September 2008.

“Hopeless, Helpless Compassion.” These Days, The Presbyterian Publishing Corporation, July 2008.

“True Freedom.” These Days, The Presbyterian Publishing Corporation, July 2008.

“Much More Than a Feeling.” These Days, The Presbyterian Publishing Corporation, July 2008.

“The Great Challenge of Faith.” These Days, The Presbyterian Publishing Corporation, July 2008.

“The Greatest Gift of God.” These Days, The Presbyterian Publishing Corporation, July 2008.

“Mary, the New Eve.” Presbyterians Today, July/August 2007.

“How Jesus Prayed.” Presbyterians Today, June 2007.

“Loving the Lost.” Presbyterians Today, May 2007.

“But Some Doubted.” Presbyterians Today, Apr 2007.

“Surely, Not I.” Presbyterians Today, Mar 2007.

“Freedom Isn’t Free.” Presbyterians Today, Jan/Feb 2007.

“Come, Lord Jesus!” Presbyterians Today, Dec 2006.

“No Words Necessary.” Presbyterians Today, Nov 2006.

“The Education of Moses.” Presbyterians Today, Oct 2006.

“About Eve …” Presbyterians Today, Sep 2006.

“Biblical Theology and Holistic Theology” (in English and Korean). Published lectures of Choon-Ge Theological Symposium (춘계[春溪] 신학강좌), Seoul, Korea, 2006.

“The Conversion of Izates and Galatians 2.11–14: The Significance of a Jewish Dispute for the Christian Church.” Horizons in Biblical Theology 27 (2005): 56–78.

Introduction to “Genesis 2.4b–3.24: Tree of Knowledge.” In Inquiry. Littleton: Tapestry Press, 2005.

Introduction to “Words,” by Dana Gioia. In Inquiry. Littleton: Tapestry Press, 2005.

“The Meaning of Christ and Pauline Theology” (in English and Korean). Journal of the New Testament Society of Korea 9 (2002): 925–36.

Introduction to “Science and Religion,” by Albert Einstein. In Inquiry. Littleton: Tapestry Press, 2000–05.

Introduction to “Allegory of the Cave,” by Plato. In Inquiry. Littleton: Tapestry Press, 2000–05.

Introduction to “Liberal Education, Moral Education,” by Harold Shapiro. In Inquiry. Littleton: Tapestry Press, 1999–2005.

“Words and the Word at Babel and Pentecost: Objective Spirit and the Holy Spirit in Human Experience.” In The Word of God and the Korean Bible. Seoul: Presbyterian College and Theological Seminary Press, 1997.


book
reviews
Review of Regulations Concerning Tongues and Prophecy in 1 Corinthians 14.26-40: Relevance Beyond the Corinthian Church, by Elim Hiu. Biblical Interpretation 22 (2014): 230–232.

Review of A Guided Tour of Israel’s Sacred Library: Introduction to Hebrew Bible, by
James Bowley. Referee of the full manuscript for the Prentice Hall (2005).

Review of Religions of the Bible, by
Daniel Breslauer. Referee of the full manuscript for Storm King Publishing (2005).

Review of You Decide! Current Debates in Contemporary Moral Problems. Pre-release book review for the Pearson (2005).

Review of The Gospel of Matthew: A Contextual Introduction for Group Study, by
Daniel Patte et al. Review with endorsement for promotional purposes (2002).

Review of How to Get the Most Out of Philosophy, by
Douglas Soccio. Review published on the Web by Monument Information Resource: Faculty Online (1999).


work in
progress
book on postmodernism and biblical interpretation (most recent research including issues of interpretation, diversity, ethnicity)

The Meaning of Christ in Paul (final editing)

“Hermeneutics and Postmodernity: a Methodological Sachkritik” (editing stage)

“The Meaning of Christ and Ethnicity: Paul’s Gospel in Galatia (Asia) and America” (editing stage)

“Breaking Commitments Old and New: Jews, Galatians, Koreans and the unity in Christ” (editing stage)

“A Critique of Gadamer’s Critique of Dilthey” (editing stage)

“An Interpretation of ὑπόδειγμα and σκία in the Light of the Paraenetic Function of Hebrews” (editing stage)

“Biblical Theology and the Renewal of Reformation” (editing stage)

“Monotheistic Constraints in Paul’s Christological Thought” (editing stage)

In a Mirror Dimly: the Historicality and Metaphoricality of Paul (book proposal)


academic
presentations
“On Diversity and the University: A Brief, Optical Odyssey,” keynote address for a lecture series on multiculturalism (Clarion University of Pennsylvania); 8 Apr 2008

“What Makes Worship Reformed?” Continuing Education lecture, Westminster College; 14 Apr 2008

“Yes (or Why It Matters that Calvin Doesn’t Matter),” Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature (New Orleans); Nov 2009

“The Autobiographical Meaning of Gal 1.11–2.21,” International Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature (Vienna, Austria); July 2007

“Hermeneutics and Postmodernity: a Methodological Sachkritik,” International Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature (Edinburgh, Scotland); July 2006

“In a Mirror, Dimly: The Historicality and Metaphoricality of Paul,” Henderson Lecture, Westminster College; Oct 2005

“The Conversion of Izates as a Propaedeutic for Understanding Gal 2.11–14,” International Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature (Singapore); June 2005

“Biblical Theology and Holistic Theology” (in Korean), Choon-Ge Theological Symposium (춘계[春溪] 신학강좌), Presbyterian Seminary and Theological College (Seoul, Korea); 1 of 2 invited Bible scholars; Apr 2005

“Biblical Theology and Dogmatic Theology: The Tortuous and Torturous Tale of Scriptura and Traditio,” AAR/SBL Annual Meeting (San Antonio, TX); 1 of 4 invited panel members; Nov 2004

“What has Galatia (Asia) to do with New Wilmington?: Contextual Hermeneutics and Ethnic Ethics,” Westminster College (New Wilmington, PA); Mar 2004

“The Meaning of Christ and Ethnicity: Paul’s Gospel in Galatia (Asia) and America,” AAR/SBL Annual Meeting (Toronto, Canada; Nov 2002

“Breaking Commitments Old and New,” AAR/SBL Annual Meeting (Toronto, Canada); Nov 2002

“The Meaning of Christ and Pauline Theology” (in Korean), Korean New Testament Society meeting (Seoul, Korea); June 2002

“The Meaning of Christ in Paul and the Meaning of Paul for Us” (in Korean; Presbyterian College and Theological Seminary, Seoul, Korea); June 2002

“An Interpretation of ὑπόδειγμα and σκία in the Light of the Paraenetic Function of Hebrews,” AAR/SBL Annual Meeting (Washington DC); Nov 1993

“Monotheistic Constraints in Paul’s Christological Thought,” Doktorandenkolloquium of Georg-August-Universität (Göttingen, Germany); invitation by the Theology faculty; spring 1992


lectures,
seminars,
workshops
“Crossing Borders: Ethno-Religious Identity Politics in the Middle East,” Faires Faculty Forum, Westminster College; 16 Feb 2011

Institute of Korean American Immigrant Theology: annual conference (Atlanta, GA); 18–19 Nov 2010
“The Bible, the Korean Church, and Immigration,” presider for panel
“The Bible, the Korean Church, and Immigration,” respondent for two papers on a panel

Asian Culture Night: presentation on Korea (International Culture Club, Westminster College); Nov 2008, 2009

“Asian American Experience and Counseling” (Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA); 2001, 2002

“Learning from Dead People” (Last Lecture Series, Westminster College); 2000

Faculty Workshop: planned and led workshop on Web page production (Westminster College); 1999

“Nature, Nurture, Culture, and Natural Disasters” (Westminster College); 1999


consultations,
panels
“The Place of the Bible in Reformed Theology,” one of four invited panel members, Reformed Theology and History Group of AAR (San Antonio, TX); Nov 2004

Rhodes Consultation on the Future of the Church-Related College (Westminster College); 2000–03

Consultation on Christology (Office of Theology and Worship, PCUSA, Louisville, KY) [invitation by the national office of the Presbyterian Church (USA)]; Dec 2002

“Westminster’s Faith Journey: 150 Years of God at Westminster”: 1 of 5 panel members (Westminster College); Oct 2002

Consultation on Bible in the General Education Curriculum (Gannon University, Erie, PA) [invitation by the consultation director]; 1999–2000

Consultation on the Vocation of the Presbyterian Teacher (Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities, Louisville, KY) [invitation by the national office of the Presbyterian Church (USA)]; Aug 2000


interviews
“Nativity Resonates with People” (interviewed for feature article in The Vindicator, Youngstown, OH); Dec 2002

“What We Believe” (interviewed for feature article in New Castle News, New Castle, PA); Mar 2001


church-
related lectures,
seminars,
workshops

selective
list


“Unleashing the Gospel,” lecture for Perspectives (academic course), Westminster College; First Presbyterian Church (Clarion, PA); 27 Jan 2013

“Union in Christ and Disunity of Christianity” and “Faith and Sciences,” LeaderFest, The Presbytery of Shenango; 12 Jan 2013

“Bodies and Minds in Romans 12” and “Biblical-Theological Parenting?” LeaderFest, The Presbytery of Shenango; 14 Jan 2012

“Unleashing the Gospel,” invited lecture for Perspectives (academic course), Galloway United Methodist Church (Franklin, PA); Pittsburgh Theological Seminary; Westminster College; Aug  2010; Oct 2011

“Biblical Theology and the Baptism of Infants,” 3 invited lectures, Covenant Presbyterian Church, Sharon, PA; Sep 2011

“Biblical Interpretation and Reformed Theology,” invited lecture, The Presbytery of Shenango (Northminster Presbyterian Church, New Castle, PA); 14 Sep 2011

New Wilmington Mission Conference PC(USA):
prepared and led 5 young adults on an educational mission trip to Korea; 6 June–19 July 2011

“What the Bible Is and Is Not,” invited lecture, Princeton Theological Seminary (Korean and English); 26 Mar 2011

“Believers Behaving Badly: The Corinthian Mirror,” LeaderFest, The Presbytery of Shenango; 15 Jan 2011

“Nativity Narratives With Na,” Advent series, Shenango Presbyterian Church (New Castle, PA); Nov–Dec 2010

“Incarnation and Inspiration” and “What Inspiration Is Not,” Northeast PA Wee Kirk Conference (Laurelville, PA)     11–13 Oct 2010
“Bible 101—with a Twist of Science,” 2 lectures on Bible and science, First Presbyterian Church (Sharon, PA)    May 2010
“Bible for Dummies, Brainiacs, and Volunteer Youth Directors,” Princeton Theological Seminary: Institute for Youth Ministry: Pathways Youth Ministry Leader Seminar (Dallas, TX)    10 Feb 2010
“The Sesquipedalian P-Words,” LeaderFest, The Presbytery of Shenango    16 Jan 2010
New Wilmington Mission Conference, main speaker: 5 lectures (New Wilmington, PA)    July 2009
“The Pauline Paul: Identity Politics and Freedom in Christ” and “Faith in God or Faith in Faith?” Princeton Forum on Youth Ministry, Princeton Theological Seminary (Princeton, NJ)    27–30 Apr 2009
“Advent with Angels,” Advent series, West Middlesex Presbyterian Church (West Middlesex, PA)    Nov–Dec 2008
“Go and Do Likewise,” Synod of the Trinity: Summer Conference (Westminster College);1 of 2 invited Bible scholars    4–6 June 2008
“Baptism, Lord’s Supper, and Kids,” LeaderFest workshop, Presbytery of Shenango (New Wilmington, PA)    19 Jan 2008
“Lessons for Advent from Luke 15,” 4 lectures, Covenant Presbyterian Church (Butler, PA)    Dec 2007
“Lessons from Job,” 4 lectures, Covenant Presbyterian Church (Butler, PA)    Sep 2007
“Church 101,” church retreat seminars, Duraleigh Presbyterian Church (Raleigh, NC)    1–3 Sep 2007
“From Water to Wine: Incarnation and the Sacraments,” 4 lectures, West Middlesex Presbyterian Church (West Middlesex, PA)    May 2007
“Bible Matters: God’s Word in Our World,” 2 lectures, Trinity Presbyterian Church (Wilmington, DE)    Oct 2006
“The Reformed Tradition: Theology & Worship,” 6 lectures, The Presbyterian Church of West Middlesex (West Middlesex, PA)    Sep–Oct 2005
“Bible 101.5: Reading the Bible Anew,” 6 days of lectures, New Wilmington Missionary Conference (New Wilmington, PA)    July 2005
“Moses and David in Matthew and Luke,” 4 lectures, Independent Methodist Church (New Castle, PA)    Apr–May 2005
“Bible 102: Another Look: Biblical Preparations for Lenten Preparation,” 5 lectures, Trinity Presbyterian Church (Mercer, PA)    Feb–Mar 2005
“Become What You Already Are: Not the Frozen Chosen, But the Reformed and Refried,” keynote address for LeaderFest, Presbytery of Shenango (New Castle, PA)
“FAQs of (Presbyterian) Life,” workshop for LeaderFest    Jan 2005
“Bible 101: God’s Word, God’s World, God’s Mission,” 6 days of lectures, New Wilmington Missionary Conference (New Wilmington, PA)    July 2004
“Reformed Worship and Sacraments,” 4-hour presentation for Coolspring Presbyterian Church, Fredonia Presbyterian Church, and Jackson Center Presbyterian Church (Mercer, PA)    Mar 2004
“Postmodernism and the Church,” 3 lectures, Independent Methodist Church (New Castle, PA)    Jan 2004
“The Incarnation,” lecture, Independent Methodist Church (New Castle, PA)    Dec 2003
Continuing Education at Westminster College (Westminster College)
“The Meaning of Christ and Ethnicity: Paul’s Gospel in Galatia (Asia) and America”
“The Meaning of Christ and Pauline Theology”    Nov 2003
“‘Anonymous’ Was a Woman,” 6 classes, Synod School, Synod of the Trinity (Huntingdon, PA)    July 2003
“Biblical Foundations of Missions,” lecture, Perspectives Exposure class, Northway Christian Community Church (Wexford, PA)    Mar 2003
“Doing It Decently and in Order,” Presbytery of Shenango (New Castle, PA)    Jan 2003
“The Kingdom of God” for the Perspectives course of the US Center for World Mission (Wexford, PA)    Jan 2003
“From Water to Wine: Incarnation and the Sacraments,” 4 lectures, Westfield Presbyterian Church (New Castle, PA)    Dec 2002
“It’s about Time,” 6 lectures, Trinity Presbyterian Church (Mercer, PA)    Mar 2002
“The Soul of Tomorrow’s Church,” Oasis Ministries retreat, Kirkridge Retreat and Study Center (Bangor, PA): lecture on (Christian) education    Jan, Nov 2002
“Christian Education: a Matter of Life and Death,” Northumberland Presbytery (Danville, PA)    Sep 2002
“Missio Dei in Korea,” Independent Methodist Church (New Castle, PA)    Aug 2002
“Growing in Discipleship Through Bible Study,” Racial Ethnic Convocation, PCUSA (Los Angeles, CA)    July 2002
“Grace and Ethics: What God Does and What We Do,” Synod School, Synod of the Trinity (Huntingdon, PA)    July 2002
“Sacraments 101,” Synod School, Synod of the Trinity (Huntingdon, PA)    July 2002
“A Third Way,” lecture and discussion on biblical interpretation, Erie Presbytery (PA)    Sep 2001
“The Faces of Faith,” Synod School, Synod of the Trinity (Huntingdon, PA)    July 2001
“From Water to Wine: a Sacramental Journey,” Lenten series, First Presbyterian Church (Sharon, PA)    Apr 2001
“Reformed Faith in Worship,” Presbytery of Shenango (New Castle, PA)    Jan 2001
Seminar on Galatians 1–2 for the Presbytery of Shenango (Sharon, PA)    Nov 2000
Bible Hour speaker, 6 days of lectures, New Wilmington Missionary Conference (New Wilmington, PA)    July 2000
Workshops on stewardship and prayer, Korean Community Presbyterian Church (Tucker, GA)    June 2000
“Through Lent to Easter: From Death to Life,” 6 lectures, Trinity Presbyterian Church (Mercer, PA)    Apr 2000
“Christmas 101: From Santa to Savior,” 4 lectures, Trinity Presbyterian Church (Mercer, PA)    Dec 1999
“Worship 101,” Korean-American Young Adults Leadership Coalition (Torrance, CA); also panel member    Sep 1998



church-
related
experience

selective
list

Presbyteries’ Cooperative Committee on Examinations for Candidates (PCUSA)
Ordination exam writer; resource paper writer for exam graders; convener for grading exams; Theology Task Group (2006–10); Bible Task Group (2010–14)    since 2006

Presbytery of Shenango: Greek exegesis and biblical theology group (biweekly study group)    since 2010

Commissioned Lay Pastor program (Pittsburgh Theological Seminary)
course on Reformed Theology for the Beaver-Butler, Erie, and Shenango presbyteries    spring, fall 2005
spring 2004; 2001–02

Chautauqua Institution (Chautauqua, NY)
Presbyterian chaplain (preaching, Bible study)    8–14 July 2000

Trinity Presbyterian Church (Cherry Hill, NJ)
Guest speaker/teacher for adult church school    Sep 1995–July 1998

Korean Community Presbyterian Church (Tucker, GA)
Minister for the English-speaking congregation; director of youth group, college group, and young adults group    Feb 1993–May 1994
Sep 1989–Aug 1991

201st General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church (USA)
Assistant to the Distribution Manager; Volunteer Staff    June 1989

Lehigh Valley Hospital Center (Allentown, PA)
Clinical Pastoral Education; hospital chaplain with on-call duties [granted after application]    summer 1988

200th General Assembly of the PC(USA)
Moderator’s Assistant; Student Assistant    June 1988

Hope Presbyterian Church (Teaneck, NJ)
Youth minister under supervision of the pastor of education; worship leader and preacher (in Korean and English) for the youth group worship services    Sep 1987–June 1988

The Korean Presbyterian Church of New York (Flushing, NY)
Youth minister under supervision of the senior pastor; worship leader and preacher (in Korean and English) for the youth group worship services    June 1986–May 1987



organizations,
offices
American Academy of Religion: member
Reformed Theology and History Group (AAR): steering committee member (since 2003); cochair of steering committee (since 2008); session presider (2005, 2007, 2008, 2009)    since 2003

Society of Biblical Literature: member
Korean Biblical Colloquium: (founding) member; steering committee member (since 2006); secretary-treasurer (since 2009)    since 1988
since 2001

Alumni Association Executive Council, Princeton Theological Seminary: elected member    since 2009

Presbyteries’ Cooperative Committee on Examinations for Candidates (PCUSA): member appointed by the General Assembly of PC(USA)
Theology Task Group (2006–10); Bible Exegesis Task Group (2010–14)    since 2006

Eta Sigma Phi (Classics Honor Society): honorary member    since 2006

The Presbytery of Shenango (PCUSA): minister member at large
Committee on Preparation for Ministry: member (2000–09)    since 1998

Racial Ethnic Ministries Coordinating Team (Synod of the Trinity, PCUSA): member    2004–08

Lilly Fellows Program: National Network Board member    2005–09

American Association of University Professors: member    2005–08

World Mission Initiative (Pittsburgh, PA): board member    1998–2010


awards,
honors,
grants
National Collegiate Honors Council Consultant Grant    July 2012
CIEE International Faculty Development Seminar (Jordan and Israel)    6–15 June 2011
Commencement speaker, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary (Pittsburgh, PA)    22 May 2008
Honorary Member of Eta Sigma Phi (Classics Honor Society)    Apr 2006
Henderson Lecture: “In a Mirror, Dimly: The Historicality and Metaphoricality of Paul” (Westminster College)    Oct 2005
Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers    2004, 2005
One of two American biblical scholars invited for “Holistic Biblical Interpretation and Biblical Theology,” the 2005 congress of the Choon-Ge Theological Symposium (춘계[春溪] 신학강좌), Presbyterian College and Theological Seminary (Seoul, Korea)    Apr 2004
Course release (competitive award; Westminster College): for research and writing    fall 2002
Lambda Sigma Faculty of the Year (Westminster College)    2000
Spring Honors Convocation: guest speaker for Pi Sigma Pi (Westminster College)    2000
Scholarship to study and research in Georg-August-Universität (Göttingen, Germany)    1991–92
Korean Honor Scholarship (Korean Embassy)    1990
Goethe Institute Scholarship (Princeton Theological Seminary)    1989
Samuel Robinson Foundation Prize (Princeton Theological Seminary)    1989
The Frederick Neumann Prize for Excellence in Greek and Hebrew (Princeton Theological Seminary)    1987
George Potts Bible Prize (Princeton University)    1986


additional
data
Ordained minister in the Presbytery of Shenango (Presbyterian Church, USA), since 6 Dec 1998

Born 4 Sep 1964 in Daegu, South Korea; moved to the U.S. 11 Aug 1974

Hobbies: music (violin, guitar, piano), food (cooking and eating), exercising, computers and tech gadgets, traveling, fixing things, riding a
Harley-Davidson Sportster, (water)skiing, mountain biking




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