“Revisiting Christian Soteriology in the Liberation Process for Korean Christianity: An Open Door for Inter-Religious Dialogue” by Junehee Yoon, Yale University Divinity School

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Christian faith is not about protecting the “doctrinal purity of Christian theology.” For Koreans, becoming Christian is taking part in the liberating mission of Jesus Christ for their own people in the Korea peninsula, in their own Korean Christian ways. For this reason, revisiting Christian soteriology will provide the foundation for Korean Christians to think rigorously about their Christian faith and ethnic identity. In doing so, a door of inter-religious dialogue can also be opened.

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One Response to ““Revisiting Christian Soteriology in the Liberation Process for Korean Christianity: An Open Door for Inter-Religious Dialogue” by Junehee Yoon, Yale University Divinity School”

  1. Josh Stanton says:

    What a fascinating insight that inculturation is inevitable. I certainly cannot think of an instance within my own tradition in which it was avoided.

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