Sung Ho Moon
Sung Ho Moon (PhD, Baylor University) is the Lead Pastor serving Life Creek Church in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He is originally from Seoul, Korea. He earned his BA and MA in Musicology with a focus on music analysis and history. After earning his M.Div from the Presbyterian Seminary in Seoul, he served a church as an associate pastor in Korea. He moved to the U.S. in 2008 and earned his Th.M at Candler School of Theology at Emory as well as his Ph.D at Baylor University on the Book of Daniel in the Spring of 2018. He lives with his wife, Sojung and their twin children Hayoung and Haeun. His academic interests include Postexilic Literature, Apocalyptic and Wisdom tradition, and the ethical tradition of Israelite religion and its legacy in current Christian ethics.
Baylor University, Waco, TX
PhD, Biblical Studies, Old Testament, August 2018
Dissertation: The Foreign Kings and the Israelite Sages: Reading the Narratives in Daniel 1-6 Advisor: W. H. Bellinger, Jr., Ph.D.
Emory University, Chandler School of Theology, Atlanta, GA
ThM, Old Testament, 2009, Economic Ethics in the Old Testament
Presbyterian College and Theological Seminary, Seoul, Korea
MDiv, Theology, 2006
Korea National University of Arts, Seoul, Korea
MA, Musicology, 2001, Socialist Realism and Russian Music History
Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
BM, Musicology, 1996, Music History and Analysis
- National Association of Baptist Professors of Religion (Spring 2012 –)
- Society of Biblical Literature (Spring 2011 –)