Statement of Teaching Philosophy

My teaching philosophy is elaborated based on my perspective on the various roles of a great teacher serving as the role model for their students. Teacher as a learner. Teaching and learning are interdependent and inseparable activities; the quality and intensity of the one corresponds to the quality and intensity of the other. A great …

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The Parallel Divinity of Jesus Christ and Jehovah God

Jesus Christ is arguably the most controversial figure in history. Many people believe in both his humanity and divinity, yet many others believe that he is simply a good man with a special, divine mission from God. This latter group often ask the believers if there is any statement in the Bible where Jesus claimed …

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Building An Image That Lasts

In 2013, when I was living in Seoul, some people in my circle and I myself were interested in photography. Most of us were international students, who enjoyed travelling and taking pictures (of nature, place, food, and people), especially during the weekends, aside from our primary jobs to study and research. We realized the rare …

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On Christ’s Resurrection: The Ultimate Hope of Mankind

We just celebrated Easter last week. It was a special, unprecedented celebration in the history being done virtually through the internet by most—if not all—Christian families around the world. Amid this very difficult time, when people desperately need comfort and encouragement, we are reminded of the hope of Easter. It is not a false hope …

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