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Paul M. Chung, PH.D, is a retired engineering Professor and Dean Emeritus of an engineering college.
Posted February 11, 2008
Dr. Chung has written a fascinating story of a remarkable man, his father, Robert Chung, and his call to serve God by preaching the Gospel to his people in Korea. He made a difficult journey to the United States, accompanying the nationalist patriot, Chahng-Ho Ahn. Young Doh, as Robert was known then, worked very hard to gain his education, and graduated from Asbury College in Wilmore, KY. Although there were many challenges and dangers along his chosen path, his faith never wavered. World history plays a prominent role in Robert's struggles to preach in Korea, through the Japanese domination of the Korean peninsula and on through the Korean War. Robert preached not only in Korea, where he held huge tent revivals '10,000 and more people', but also in the United States, where he eventaully lived out his remaining days with his wife. Dr. Chung's prose and the pictures included in the book tell a compelling story of a remarkable life.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.