Andrew Kim, Ph.D.

Adjunct Temporary Lecturer
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Adjunct Temporary Lecturer 

  • Ph.D. – Baylor University
  • M.Div. – George W. Truett Theological Seminary
  • M.A. Ed. SSPEP – Stanford University
  • M.A. Sec.Ed. – Stanford University
  • B.A. – University of California – Berkeley

Andrew Kim is an Adjunct Temporary Lecturer in the Department of Religion during the 2017-18 academic year and will be teaching Christian Scriptures in the Fall and Christian Heritage in the Spring. Dr. Kim’s research focuses on the intersection of science and religion in 20th century American Christianity and its role in the rise of neo-evangelicalism in the United States. His scientific interests are rooted in his study of human anatomy and physiology as an undergraduate and from working in the biotech industry for five years. He also taught in the public school system for ten years as a science teacher and served in numerous roles as a bi-vocational minister for almost twenty years before returning to seminary and doctoral studies. Dr. Kim and his wife have two wonderful children who are preparing to enter college.

See Dr. Kim's CV here