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Prof. Hyun Bo Sim

Institutional Research Officer/Director of Online Education


Contact Information

Office location: Room 306
Phone number: 714-683-1435

Welcome message

It is my great pleasure to welcome you to our online education program. As the Director of Online Education, I am committed to providing you with a high-quality and engaging learning experience.

Our program is designed to provide you with the flexibility and convenience to learn at your own pace and on your own schedule. Whether you are a busy professional looking to advance your career or a student seeking to expand your knowledge and skills, our online courses are designed to meet your needs.

Our team of experienced and dedicated instructors are passionate about teaching and are committed to helping you achieve your goals. They are available to answer your questions, provide feedback on your assignments, and offer guidance and support throughout your learning journey.

We are continuously updating our course offerings and leveraging the latest technology to enhance your learning experience.

Thank you for choosing our online education program. We are excited to have you as a part of our community and look forward to helping you achieve your educational goals.

Best regards,


Master of Theology, Talbot School of Theology
Master of Divinity, Moody Theological Seminary
Bachelor of Art, English, California State University, Fullerton



Hyun Bo Sim is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the New College, University of Edinburgh. His research interests include the parting of ways between Judaism and Christianity, the Gospel of Matthew, social identity, and the New Testament in general. The main theme of his research is to describe the way the new testament texts describe and navigate various identities in past and present.

Publications/Presentations (Selected List)

• “Rewriting the Jewish Origin Story in John.” SBL, 2021 Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.
• “Matthew 15:21-28: A story of Exclusion? A case study of Exorcism and the Gentile Mission in the Gospel of Matthew.” Evangelical Theological Society, 2019 Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Courses Taught

Church Growth (CG 462)
Introduction to Christianity (TH 101)
Introduction to the Bible (BS 200)
Christian Ethics (GH 250)
New Testament Exegesis (BS 350)

Research Interests

Discipleship and formation of group identity in Matthew.

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