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New Testament

신약학1 Seung Hyuk Chang, PhD|Professor of New Testament
Dr. Chang has been teaching New Testament at Torch Trinity since 2001. He earned his MDiv from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (Deerfield, IL, USA) in 1996 where he also completed his MA in New Testament in 1997. Dr. Chang earned his PhD from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. His undergraduate degree was in engineering. Dr. Chang is Korean-American. He grew up in Baltimore, Maryland since 1974. He has taught Greek at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School as a teaching fellow and pastored in Illinois, Maryland, and now, Korea. Dr. Chang was ordained by KAICAM (Korean Association of Independent Churches and Missions) and pastors the English congregation at Hallelujah Community Church in Bundang. He is married with two children.
신약학2 Euichang Kim, PhD|Assistant Professor of New Testament
Dr. Euichang Kim joined Torch Trinity as a full-time faculty member in 2018 after one year of teaching as a visiting professor. Dr. Kim graduated with a BA in English Language and Literature from Seoul National University (Seoul, Korea), and he studied MDiv at Westminster Theological Seminary(Philadelphia, PA, USA) and ThM at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (South Hamilton, MA, USA). Dr. Kim received his PhD from the University of St. Andrews (UK). His primary research area is in the Pauline Epistles, biblical theology, and the NT use of the OT. Dr. Kim is an ordained pastor by KAPC (Korean American Presbyterian Church) and has been involved in many different ministries in Korea, USA, and UK. At present, he serves as an adjunct pastor in a local church leading English ministry and adult Bible studies. Dr. Kim is married and has one son.
신약학3 Sook Goo Shin, PhD|Assistant Professor of New Testament
Dr. Shin came to Torch Trinity in 2020 after teaching and doing missionary work in Malaysia for two years. He earned his B.A. in economics from Queen’s University (Kingston, Canada) and later moved on to do his theological studies at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in USA where he received his M.Div. and Th.M. Dr. Shin continued his research in NT studies and received his Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge in UK. His doctoral research was focused on ethics in the Greco-Roman world and more specifically in the Gospel of John. His primary research areas are the Johannine literature and the Synoptic Gospels with special focus on narrative ethics, christology, and the historical Jesus. He is married with two sons.