Anglican Training Institute (ATI) is delighted to welcome these new faculty members to its ranks.
|Dr Kim Chang-Kyu earned his PhD in Theological Studies from Trinity College, University of Bristol. He also holds a BA in Theological Studies (Trinity College) and BEng/Bus (Hansung University).Prior to joining ATI, he was a Senior Lecturer at Msalato Theological College, Tanzania. During his tenure in Msalato Theological College, he has served as the Head of Theology.He is married to Lee So-Ra and they serve together in teaching and missions.
His published works include Balthasar Hubmaier’s Doctrine of Salvation in Dynamic and Relational Perspective (Pickwick Publications, USA) and a review on H. Wayne Walker Pipkin, Scholar, Pastor, Martyr: The Life and Ministry of Balthasar Hubmaier (ca. 1480-1528) – Baptist Quarterly Review Vol. 43, No. 3, July 2009 (International Baptist Theological Seminary of the European Baptist Federation, o.p.s. 2008).
|Lee So-Ra received her MA in Theological Studies from Trinity College, University of Bristol with a dissertation entitled “The Contribution of 1 Corinthians to Paul’s Understanding of Leadership”. She also holds a Diploma in Higher Education in Theological Studies (Trinity College) and BA in Education (Ewha Womans University).Prior to joining ATI, she taught Applied Theology at Msalato Theological College, Tanzania.She is married to Dr. Kim Chang-Kyu.
Publication: Significance and Implications of Paul’s Concept of Leadership for the Korean Church Today, Transformation, Vol. 28, No. 2, April 2011 (SAGE Publications, UK)