Title: Unity Lost - Unity to be Regained in Korean ...
Publisher: Peter Lang GmbH
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: New
Series: European University Studies. Num Pages: 266 pages, 2 graph. BIC Classification: HRCC9. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 210 x 148. Weight in Grams: 340. . 1996. Paperback. . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory # V9783631487389
Synopsis: Can the causes of the divisions of the Presbyterian Church in Korea be identified? The author goes back to the roots in mission history and in North American Presbyterian controversies. The Japanese Shinto pressure adds to the problems. The result is a history of divisions. Up to now researchers have looked for non-theological factors as causes. The author takes a radical look, where radical means going to the root, i.e. the life giving power centre of the church. He describes the role of preaching and the way the sacraments are used - starting from the conviction that the means of grace are the centre of any true church.
About the Author: The Author: Hee-Mo Yim was born in 1950 in Korea. He is presently an assistant professor of missiology and ecumenics in Hanil Theological Seminary, Chonbuk, Korea. He obtained his B.A. from Seoul National University, his M.Div. and M.Th. from Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Seoul, his M.A.R. from Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Kentucky, U.S.A., and his Dr. Theol. from Erlangen University, Germany.
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