Chang-Han Kim received a BA in Theology from Kosin University, an MDiv from the Graduate School of Theology at Hanshin University, and an MA in Religious Studies from Seoul National University in South Korea. He obtained his PhD in Religious Studies from the University of Calgary in 2008. Prior to his work at Booth University College, Dr. Kim taught religion courses at the University of Calgary and Ambrose University College in Calgary.
Dr. Kim’s scholarly pursuits include various fields of study: Asian Christianity, world religions, and new religious movements. His training enables him to be equally at home in the fields of theology and religion. Currently, he is working on issues related to Christian mission, myths, and rituals, in terms of the relationship between religion and society.