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Dr. Tim Chang

Tim Chang

Associate Professor

 

Dr. Chang was born in Seoul, South Korean and moved with his family to Dallas in the early 1970s. Early on, Dr. Chang was exposed to diversity with his father who was born in North Korea and his mother who was born in Japan.  He had the opportunity to live overseas for eleven years (2006-2017) and worked closely with people from North Korea and in the Chinese churches. In 2017, moving almost 7,000 miles, he, his wife, and three children moved to Lynchburg to teach residentially at Liberty University.

Dr. Chang’s academic specialties are in Christian mission history, sociology of religion, cultural anthropology, intercultural communication, world religions, and DPRK church history.

Education

  • Ph.D., Fuller Graduate Schools
  • M.Div., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
  • M.A.B.S., Dallas Theological Seminary
  • B.A., Baylor University