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Jin Young Kim, Ph.D.

Office:  254 Social Sciences & Humanities

Telephone:  405-744-9232

Email:  jinkim@okstate.edu

Fall 2021 Online Office Hours:  

  • Mondays 2-4 pm

Fall 2021 Class Schedule:

  • REL 1103.62407 Introduction to World Religions (HI) MWF 10:30-11:20 am SSH 035
  • REL 1103.66965 Introduction to World Religions (HI) MWF 9:30-10:20 am SSH 035
  • REL 2023.70691 The New Testament and Its Study (H) MWF 12:30 - 1:20 pm AGH 108

 

Curriculum Vitae


EDUCATION

  • Ph. D., University of Texas at Austin
  • M.A., University of Texas at Austin
  • M. Div., Harvard Divinity School
  • M.A., Seoul National University
  • B. A., Korea University

PUBLICATIONS

 

“Understanding the Letter to the Romans in the Sect-Cult Development of Early Churches.” Religions 11.5 (2020): 257.

 
 “The Acts of Paul and Thecla and Early Christian Debates on the Resurrection of the Body.” Studies in Religion 80.2 (2020): 207-243.


“Interpretation of Ephesians 5:21-33 and Its Implication on Gender Issues of Modern-day Korea: Fundamental/Evangelical, Feminist, and Postcolonial Feminist Interpretations.” Religion and Culture 38 (2020): 209-237.


“Theodicy of Valentinus in the Gospel of Truth,” Journal of Religious Studies, Korean Association for Religious Studies 27 (2008), 141-156.

 
“The “Impurity of Pork (Dotgoki-impurity)” in Jeju Island’s Village-Myths,” Journal of Religious Studies, Korean Association for Religious Studies 26 (2008), 149-166.


Han’guk Kidokkyo nŭn muŏs ŭl haryŏn ka (What is Korean Christianity Up To?) by Sŏkhŏn Ham. Seoul: Han’gilsa, 2009. Seoul Journal of Korean Studies 22 (2009), 100-101.


Han’guk kyohoe irŏ k’e tallajyŏ ya handa (This Is How Korean Churches Should Reform) by Pak Joel. Seoul: Boxbooks, 2008. Seoul Journal of Korean Studies 21 (2008), 329-330.