Company: Lancaster Bible College
Location: Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Unite States
Joseph Kim, Professor at Lancaster Bible College, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in theological studies.
While Dr. Kim trained as an engineer in college, he worked with Christian groups on campus and found that work to be incredibly rewarding. Shortly after graduating, he decided to go to seminary. He had earned a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering form Kettering University in 1986, and then earned a ThM in systematic theology from Dallas Theological Seminary in 1991, and later a PhD in theological studies from the seminary in 2010. Since 2009, he has served as a professor at the Lancaster Bible College. Prior to this position, he taught at the First Baptist Academy, the Cambridge School of Dallas, the Dallas Theological Seminary and Mountain Lake Christian School.
The highlight of Dr. Kim’s career was developing “focused” elective theology courses at Lancaster Bible College geared toward the needs of students in various majors. Several of these include, “Theology of Suffering, “Christian Political Engagement, “Theology of Disability,” “Theology of Work and Wealth” and “Theology of Social Justice.” For his work, he has been recognized with the Harold A. Innis Award for Outstanding Thesis or Dissertation in the Field of Media Ecology and the William M. Anderson Scholarship Award. In addition to teaching, he has presented at a number of conferences and worked as an industrial engineer for General Motors.
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