Seoul 2016 Information – Dr. Hyung Keun Choi’s Publication List

Dr. Hyung Keun Chois Publication List

  1. Doctoral Dissertation:

“Preparing Korean Missionaries for Cross-Cultural Effectiveness”(Ph.D. in Intercultural Studies, ESJ School of World Mission and Evangelism, Asbury Theological Seminary, May 2000. Mentor: Prof. Darrell L. Whiteman, Ph.D.)

 

  1. Writings:

1) Introduction to Christian Mission (Co-Author, The Christian Literature Society of Korea, 2001);

2) Christian Culture and Korean Culture (Co-Author, Ye-Young Communication Publishing, 2008);

3) The Bible of Mission to North Korea (Co-Author, Forthcoming Fall 2013);

4) A History of the Missionary Movement (Forthcoming Summer 2015);

5) Missional Church in a Korean Context (Forthcoming Fall 2015)

 

  • Translations:

1) Models of Contextual Theology (2002);

2) Doing Member Care Well (2004);

3) World Mission (2004, Co-Translator);

4) Missiology for the 21st Century (2004, Co-Translator);

5) Decoding the Church (2006);

6) Kingdom Business(2008);

7) A Readers Guide to Transforming Mission (2009);

8) The Great Omission(2010);

9) Mission Dilemma (2010);

10) Introduction to World Missions (2012, Co-Translator);

11) The Cape Town Commitment (2014);

12) The Trinitarian Doctrine for Todays Mission (2015);

13) Global Servant Vol. I(Forthcoming Spring 2016).

 

  1. Articles:

1) “Missional Diakonic Ecclesiology,” in Mission Theology (The Korea Society of Mission Studies, 2002)

2) “Contributions of Anthropology for Christian Mission,” in Theology and Mission (Seoul Theological University, 2002)

3) “Missional Ecclesiology in a Korean Context,” in Korea Missions Quarterly (Korea World Mission Association, 2001)

4) “Globalization of Islam and Missionary Encounter of Christianity,” in Mission Theology (The Korea Society of Mission Studies, 2004)

5) “Missiological Implications in John Wesley’s Theology,” in Theology and Mission (Seoul Theological University, 2004)

6) “Traditional Korean Market Place as the Anti-Structural Communitas of Liminality and Its Relation to Christian Discipling,” in Korea Journal of Christian Studies Vol.36(Korea Christian Association, 2004).

7) “Missiological Implications in African Independent Church Movement,” in Mission Theology(The Korea Society of Mission Studies, 2004)

8) “Cross-Cultural Missionary Training Methods in a Korean Context,” in Faculty Journal of Seoul Theological University (Seoul Theological University, 2004)

9) “A Study of the Three-Self Principle and Its Application to the Early Korean Protestant Church,” in Theology and Mission (Seoul Theological University, 2004)

10) “John Wesley’s Discipling Method Rediscovered in a Korean Context,” in Theology and Mission(Seoul Theological University, 2005)

11) “Influences of Pietism on Christian Mission,” in Faculty Journal of Seoul Theological University(Seoul Theological University, 2005)

12) “A Holistic Approach of Missio Dei,” in Theology and Mission(Seoul Theological University, 2005)

13) “Missional Ecclesiology of Lesslie Newbigin,” in Theology and Mission (Seoul Theological University, 2005)

14) “Monastic Movement and Its Influences on Christian Mission,” in Faculty Journal of Seoul Theological University (Seoul Theological University, 2005)

15) “Evangelicalism in Korea and World Mission,” in Holiness Church and Theology(Seoul Theological University, 2005).

16) “Missiological Implications of Conversion Narratives in the Book of Acts,” in Theology and Mission(Seoul Theological University, 2006)

17) “Young-San Paul Yong-Ki Cho’s Theology as a Model of Contextual Theology,” in Journal of Young-San Theology(Hanse University, 2007)

18) “Mission and Culture Change,” in Theology and Mission (Seoul Theological University, 2007)

19) “A Background of the Early Christian Missionary Movement,” in Faculty Journal of Seoul Theological University (Seoul Theological University, 2007)

20) “Missionary Member Care: A Developmental Model,” in Faculty Journal of Seoul Theological University(Seoul Theological University, 2008)

21) “Patterns of the Church Renewal in John Wesley’s Revival Movement,” in Mission Theology (The Korea Society of Mission Studies, 2008)

22) “Historical, Theological, and Cultural Reflections for the Restoration of Publicity of the Korean Church,“ in Mission Theology(The Korea Society of Mission Studies, 2009)

23) “A Reflection on the Evangelical Mission History Since 1910 Edinburgh World Missionary Conference,” in Mission Theology(The Korea Society of Mission Studies, 2011)

24) “Construction of a Missionary Member Care System,” in Mission and Theology (Center for World Mission, Presbyterian College and Theological Seminary, 2011)

25) “A Study of the Missional Ecclesiology from a Practical Perspective,” in Mission Theology (The Korea Society of Mission Studies, 2012)

26) “A Study of the Emergence and Development of the Missional Church, and Its Application to the Korean Context,” in Current Mission Trends(Korea Research Institute for Mission, 2012)

27) The Phenomenon of Global Immigration and Christian Mission, in Journal of the Bible and the Biblical Literature (Korea Institute of Biblical Studies, 2013)

28) A Study of Missionary Member Care, in Mission Theology(The Korea Society of Mission Studies, 2012)

29) Characteristics and Significance of the Capetown Commitment of the Third Lausanne Congress, in Gospel and Mission (Korea Evangelical Mission Society, 2013)

30) A Study of Aanabaptist Movement as an Attempt for the Renewal of the Korean Church, in Theological Thought (Korea Theological Study Institute, 2013)

31) Globalization and Self-Theologizing, in Current Mission Trends(Korea Research Institute for Mission, 2013)