Esther Chung-Kim

Dr. Esther Chung-Kim
Address1325 N. College Avenue
Claremont, CA

Assistant Professor of History of Christianity;, Claremont School of Theology

B.A., Drew University,
M.Div, Princeton Theological Seminary,
Ph.D., Duke University,

Dr. Chung-Kim teaches and researches the Reformation and the Early Modern Period.

Her research interests include the history of biblical interpretation, history of sacraments and the problem of religious authority. Her current projects are on the reception of the early church fathers, biblical interpretation of Acts and interpretations on wealth/property.

She offers courses on the History of World Christianity, The Protestant Reformation and its Medieval Context, Women in the Early Modern Era, Life, Thought and Influence of Martin Luther and John Calvin, and The Radical Reformation and Nonviolent Traditions.

She is an ordained Elder of the Greater New Jersey Conference in The United Methodist Church and serves on the inaugural editorial board of Methodist Review: A Journal of Weslyan and Methodist Studies and on the program committee for the American Society of Church History.

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