Byung Ho Choi is a PhD student from South Korea in the Department of History & Ecumenics at Princeton Theological Seminary. Growing up as a missionary-kid in Indonesia, he was interested in the relations between religions, with fascinations in keywords such as inter-religious dialogue, religious violence, and conversion. His academic interest lies in the dynamics between the Korean public sphere and the Korean Church along with Indonesia and the Muslim dominant regions of Southeast Asia, from the postcolonial approach to Christianity and the coexistence of various religions, including the study of Christianity and the Islamic faith in a Muslim dominant society that includes challenges of ethnic diversity. Byung Ho holds a BA in Global Management from Handong Global University in Pohang, South Korea, MDiv from Presbyterian University and Theological Seminary in Seoul, South Korea, and a ThM from Princeton Theological Seminary. After completing his MDiv, he has also served as a full-time youth pastor focusing on missions and children’s ministry in Daejeon, South Korea.