All posts by Eunjin Kim

Eunjin is a native Korean born in Seoul. After completing a B.A. in English Literature and her M.Div. in Korea, she moved to the States for further studies. She finished her Th.M. at Duke Divinity School and is now a Ph.D. student at Westminster Theological Seminary studying Reformation history. She is happily married to WTS alumnus, Jang Won Lee. Her interests include 16-17th century Reformed theology and history of biblical interpretation. She particularly loves chicken wings, Korean bbq, sports, and Korean dramas.

Book Review: No Little Women by Amiee Byrd

What does it mean to be a Christian woman? Amiee Byrd's latest book addresses this important topic and offers us her wisdom on the value of women in the church.

/ January 23, 2017

A Reformer in the Margins: Theodore Beza

Who was Theodore Beza and how does knowing him help us understand our Reformation roots today?

/ October 31, 2016

The Place for Children in Corporate Worship (2)

Including children in worship is not about our preferences, but it is an act that understands God’s plan for His believers and anticipates the day when God will receive His utmost glory through His creation.

/ July 26, 2016

The Place for Children in Corporate Worship (1)

Are we missing out on anything by excluding children from our corporate worship? My answer is, “Yes, indeed!”

/ June 6, 2016

What AlphaGo Teaches Us on Humanity

How does knowing body-soul relationship impact my life? It becomes part of our worldview as it shapes our understanding of this life and our hope for the life to come.

/ March 24, 2016

The Future of the Korean Church

No longer can Korean churches reminisce about their past glories. It is time to face these realities. Where will the strength of Korean immigrant churches be in the future years to come?

/ February 25, 2016

The Value of My Korean Cultural Identity

"What I had considered as my disadvantages were actually gifts from God that I could use to serve the church." - Eunjin Kim

/ February 1, 2016