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Dr. Richard Choi

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Associate Professor of New Testam...

Andrews Theological Seminary

Employment History

  • English Compass
  • Assistant Professor of New Testament Interpretation
    Andrews University
  • Chair of the New Testament Department
    Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University


  • PhD
    Fuller Theological Seminary
  • B.A.
    Pacific Union College
  • MDiv degree
    Andrews University
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Web References
Meet the Team :: English Compass - bringing christian fellowship to korean americans, 31 Oct 2014 [cached]
Dr. Richard Choi is the Associate Professor of New Testament and Acting Department Chair of the New Testament at the Andrews Theological Seminary. He has a B.A. from Pacific Union College, a MDiv degree from Andrews University, and a PhD from Fuller Theological Seminary. He has been the pastor of several Korean-American churches and continues to speak at a variety of venues, such as Korean Campmeetings.
Richard Choi - Andrews ..., 15 Feb 2011 [cached]
Richard Choi - Andrews University, 14 Oct 2006 [cached]
KEN: I want to welcome Dr. Richard Choi to our studio today.
Dr Choi is the assistant professor of New Testament interpretation at Andrews University, at the theological seminary there.Welcome Dr. Choi.
RICHARD: Thank you!
RICHARD: Yes, it's a book that provides comfort and encouragement to a congregation that was facing hostility and alienation from society.Becoming a Christian in the early Roman, 1st century involved shunning idolatry and immorality, and this caused many of them to lose friendship and family connections.So Paul wanted to provide an encouragement to these people.Now, in this book he unfolds two secrets of comfort, and one is that joy as Galations 5:22 mentions, is the fruit of the spirit, not the result of an outward circumstance like having a nice home or a lot of money.
RICHARD: Yes, in fact his letters, particularly this one are his proxies, or were proxies for his presence, so he wants to share a lot of things about his life, about his own experience in prison, about his own psychological experiences.The letter is full of his personal information, and it's also full of reminiscence about the experiences they had together in the early part of their Christian experience.So in an age where there was no e-mail or telephone, or modern postal service, these occasional letters delivered by the co-workers of Paul were important in the sharing of his actual personal presence.So, it's probably a good thing to remember when you hear one of Paul's letters being read next time, that Paul really wanted you to feel like he was speaking to you in person.These letters are proxies for his personal presence.
RICHARD: Well, in our troubled times today, I think this is a fitting vision to catch.
RICHARD: This is a letter written to his friends, and as a letter written to his friends, the letter is full of joy and it is full of cordiality, and sometimes we face difficulties in life and we feel like we're under the gun, and for those people this letter can really bring joy to their lives.
Well, thanks very much for sharing with us Dr. Choi, and God bless you as you continue to minister there.
RICHARD: Thank you!
Here Richard Choi, chair of ..., 19 June 2012 [cached]
Here Richard Choi, chair of the New Testament Department at the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University, reads Jesus' denunciation of Chorazin, a prosperous first-century Galilean town that rejected His ministry, and now lies in ruins.
Richard Choi (Andrews ..., 20 Nov 2010 [cached]
Richard Choi (Andrews University): Paul's Concept of Justification by Faith in a Nutshell
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