Peter Ahn

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Peter Pyungchoo Ahn (May 21, 1917 – August 13, 2003) was a Korean-born missionary of the United Methodist Church.[1] He served as pastor of San Francisco Korean United Methodist Church from 1953 until 1960.[2] Ahn earned his Ph.D. (1962) from Boston University,[3] and was one of the original translators of the New American Standard Bible.[4]


  1. ^ "Electronic Guide to the Mission Biographical Reference Files". United Methodist Archives and History Center. 
  2. ^ "History of San Francisco Korean United Methodist Church". 
  3. ^ Ahn, Peter Pyungchoo. The distinctive theology vocabulary of selected Jewish apocalyptic writings. Boston University. OCLC 7819251. 
  4. ^ "New American Standard Bible". The Lockman Foundation.