Korean, Race, Identity, Postmodern, Free Market, Austrian Economics, Reset Perspective, Innovation, Non-Aggression Principle, Anti-Hypocrisy
Jacob Kim’s graduate work was in race theory and identity politics in the Korean church in America. His primary area of academic interest is the creation and use of “race” in contemporary society and the exploration of non-coercive, innovative ideas generated from a perspective based on praxeology.
He also is the senior pastor of The Korean Presbyterian Church of Huntingdon Valley. He received his Ph.D. from the religion department of Temple University.
- Race and Poverty in the Americas, Cognella Academic Publishing, 2016.
- IH 852 - The Common good
- Rel 0833 - Race and Poverty in the Americas
- Rel 0863 - Religion in the World
- Rel 0876 - Religion in Philadelphia
- Rel 1001 - Religion and Society
- Rel 2005 - Religion and Sports