Revisiting modern Korean Christianity and embracing the evangelistic and missionary implications of the Trintiy for twenty-first-century North Korean refugees

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Revisiting modern Korean Christianity and embracing the evangelistic and missionary implications of the Trintiy for twenty-first-century North Korean refugees
Author
Peter (Seung) Park
Abstract
The purpose of this dissertation is to develop effective evangelism methods for North Korean refugees. The writer revisited Korean Christianity and reclaimed the Trinitarian concepts of relationship with respect to healing and recovery. One of the findings is that the precepts of early Korean Christianity was based on the doctrine of the Trinity, which seemed to be missing in relation to the North Korean refugees' ministry. The people who utilize the research could help the North Korean refugees understand and recognize the biblical doctrine of the Trinity, seeing its contrast with the false Trinitarian concepts of the Juchean ideology.
Degree Granting Institution
Advisor
Mike Morris
Language
English
Date
2016
Number of Pages
162
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