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Gil Shin

W. Gil Shin

Affiliate Assistant Professor of New Testament

PhD (Fuller Theological Seminary)
MDiv (Westminster Theological Seminary)
BA (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea)
BS (Sungkyunkwan Univsersity, Korea)


Dr. Shin joined Fuller as an instructor of New Testament Greek and as the Program Associate Chair of Korean Doctor of Ministry (KDMin) program, upon completion of his doctoral study. He continues to teach as an Affiliate Professor of New Testament.


Shin published three books including The “Exodus” in Jerusalem (Luke 9:31): A Lukan Form of Israel’s Restoration Hope (Brill: Leiden, 2022) and CEB Gospel Parallels (Nashville: Abingdon, 2012). He also published journal articles such as “Holy Land Purity for Every Greco-Roman City: Rethinking the Lukan Apostolic Decree (Acts 15:19-21),” JBL 141 (2022): 553-74; “The Double Entendre of Paul’s Trade as Σκηνοποιόϛ (Acts 18:3): Working for Israel’s Restoration in the Greco-Roman World,” NovT 64 (2022): 36-53; “Internarrativity and Ecce Homo: A Masterplot Underlying Zech. 6.9-15 and 1 Sam. 9.1-11.5 and Its Function in Jn 19.1-16,” JSNT 43 (2020): 194-213; and “Integrated Stories and Israel’s Contested Worship Space: Exod 15.17 and Stephen’s Retelling of Heilsgeschichte (Acts 7),” NTS 64 (2018): 495-513.