Since joining the Fuller faculty in 1995, Seyoon Kim has served as professor of New Testament and, until 2012, director of the Korean DMin program. A New Testament scholar, he has lectured at various Korean, American, and European universities and seminaries.
Kim’s considerable list of books and articles includes How Are We to Read the New Testament?
(2008), Christ and Caesar: The Gospel and the Roman Empire in the Writings of Paul and Luke
(2008), First Corinthians Expounded
(2007), The Gospel of John Expounded
(2004), Philippians Expounded
(2004), Women Created and Redeemed by God
(2004), What is the Gospel?
(2003), Paul and the New Perspective: Second Thoughts on the Origin of Paul's Gospel
(2002), and The Lord's Prayer Expounded
(2000). His two earlier books, The Origin of Paul’s Gospel
(1981, 1982, 1984) and The ‘Son of Man’” as the Son of God
(1983, 1985), have been reissued (2007 and 2010 respectively). He is writing a commentary on 1 and 2 Thessalonians for the Word Biblical Commentary Series. Kim was voted the most influential Korean theologian in an opinion poll conducted among Korean pastors by the Korean national daily newspaper Dong-A Ilbo.
NS501 New Testament 2: Acts-Revelation
NS543/843 Jesus and Paul
NS539 Early Christologies
NT745 Biblical Theology of the New Testament I
NT746 Biblical Theology of the New Testament II
Areas of Expertise, Research, Writing, and Teaching:
Jesus studies, Pauline studies, New Testament Christology, Jesus and Paul