How does Reformed theology compare with liberation theology with respect to the Protestant church's mission in Korea? Why has the Korean conservative church lost its social impact in its mission? Using a highly unique approach, the author examines these and other challenging questions by specifically focusing on the Minjung, a Korean form of liberation theology. A Comparative Study Between Minjung Theology and Reformed Theology from a Missiological Perspective employs solid methodology and strong intelligible arguments to challenge the conservative church to regain its social significance in the face of declining popularity.
About the Author
The Author: Sang-Bok Lee received his doctorate in Missiology from the Reformed Theological Seminary at Jackson, Mississippi in 1993. He was director for the Student Missions Fellowship in Korea from 1979 to 1982, and Chaplain in the Korean Army from 1983 to 1987. Dr. Lee has twelve years experience in the church ministry and other specialized work and is currently Pastor of the Appleton Presbyterian Church in Appleton, Wisconsin.