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ホームJapanese and Korean Theologians in Dialogue

 

A Theology of Japan: Monograph Series 10

Japanese and Korean Theologians in Dialogue

Establishing the Dignity of Life/Forming a Theology
of Confession, Forgiveness, and Reconciliation

著者 Brian Byrd, Mitsuharu Akudo, eds.
版型 B5変
ページ数 156
製本 並製
発行日 2017年11月
ISBN 978-4-909022-79-0 C3316
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本体価格 3,000円

3,240円
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内容

本書は、聖学院大学(日本)と長老会神学大学校(韓国)の主催する「日韓神学者学術会議」の報告書。第Ⅰ部:いのちの尊厳を確立する(2014年)、第Ⅱ部:告解、赦し、和解の神学形成(2016年)、第Ⅲ部:スピリチュアル談話、いのちの尊厳、日韓和解に関する論考。

著者プロフィール

Brian Byrd

The Rev. Dr. Byrd has been a member of the Seigakuin University Research

Institute since 2003. He graduated from Yale Divinity School in 1984 and came

to Japan that year as a pastor and missionary. He wrote his Ph.D. dissertation,

Toyohiko Kagawa: A Sympathetic and Critical Study of a Japanese Christian

Leader, at Seigakuin University. His recent writings include essays on Duke

University’s “Christian Forum for Reconciliation in Northeast Asia: A New

Community of Friendship,” “Toyohiko Kagawa and Richard Niebuhr: The

Church and Cooperatives,” and “Korean and Japanese Church Relations After

1945: The Path to Reconciliation” (with Mansong Ko). He translated/co-edited

volumes 7 and 9 of Seigakuin University’s Theology of Japan series, reports of

International Theological Symposiums held in response to the Great East Japan

Earthquake. Throughout his career he has worked in English education for

children, making numerous presentations and publishing books and papers. He

teaches Introduction to Christianity at Aoyama Gakuin University, and is cooperating

pastor at Nishi Oi Church (UCCJ).

 

Mitsuharu Akudo

Rev. Akudo is the former chair and chancellor of Seigakuin University and

Schools and former president of Seigakuin University, where he now is professor

emeritus of the Graduate School. He graduated from Hitotsubashi University,

Departments of Sociology and Law, and after working for Sumitomo Chemicals,

received a Th. M. from Tokyo Union Theological Seminary. He studied at

Emory University in Atlanta, and headed the team that founded Seigakuin

International School in Atlanta and Seigakuin University in Saitama, Japan. His

writings include The Intellectual Roots of Modern Democracy, The New Life: A

Collection of Sermons, Weber, Troeltsch, Jellinek (co-author), Love God and Serve

His People (co-author), and Challenges in Creating a Christian School (co-author).

Akudo also serves on several committees, including the Japan Bible Society

Bible Translation Committee, and as the head of the Arakawa Ward Committee

to Prevent Corruption and the Arakawa Foundation to Promote the Arts. He is

Senior Pastor of Takinogawa Church in Tokyo (UCCJ).

 

Toshiyuki Kubotera

The Rev. Dr. Kubotera is Visiting Professor at Seigakuin University Graduate

School in the Department of Social Welfare. He is the former head of the

Department of Child Psychology at Seigakuin University. Born in 1939, Kubotera

studied at Saitama University, Tokyo Toritsu University Graduate School,

Emory University Department of Theology (M. Div.), Colombia Theological

Seminary (Th. M.); and Richmond Memorial Hospital, in the CPE (Clinical

Pastoral Education) Advanced Course, where he received his Ph.D. He served

as chaplain at Yodogawa Christian Hospital and professor at Kansai Gakuin

University Department of Theology. Kubotera has served on the board of the

Japanese Society for Clinical Thanatology and the Japanese Society for the

Study of Spiritual Care.

 

Chul-Ho Youn

The Rev. Dr. Youn is president of the Presbyterian University and Theological

Seminary (PUTS) Graduate School in Korea, where he is also professor of

systematic theology. He is special professor at Onnuri Church. Dr. Youn received

a Th.B. and Masters of Divinity from PUTS, Th.M. from Princeton Theological

Seminar y, and Ph.D. from Nor thwestern University Garrett Evangelical

Seminary.

 

Seoung-Gyu Park

The Rev. Dr. Park is Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at Presbyterian

University and Theological Seminary in Korea. He received a Th.B., M.Div., and

Th.M. at PUTS, and a Doctor of Theology at Münster University.

 

Yoshibumi Takahashi

The Rev. Dr. Takahashi is Visiting Professor of Theology and Ethics at Seigakuin

University, and Assistant Director of the Seigakuin University General Research

Institute. He received his Th.D. at Tokyo Union Theological Seminary.

 

Naozumi Eto

The Rev. Dr. Eto is the President of Japan Lutheran College and Seminary.

He graduated from Hitotsubashi University and Japan Lutheran College and

Seminary, and received a Masters Degree from Rikkyo University Graduate

School and Th.D. from The Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago. He is on

the board of the Japan Society of Christian Studies and the Japan Ecumenical

Association and chair of the Japan Far East Broadcasting Company; he is a

member of the Japan Luther, Japan Bonhoeffer, and Japan Christian Social

Welfare Academic Associations.

 

Chung-Hyun Baik

Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology at Presbyterian University and

Theological Seminary (PUTS) and cooperating pastor at Yumkwang Presbyterian

Church. He has a B.A. from Seoul University, Master of Divinity from

PUTS, Th.M. from Princeton Theological Seminary, S.T.M. from Yale Divinity

School, and Ph.D. from Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley.

 

Seizo Sekine

Dr. Sekine received his Ph.D. from the University of Tokyo and his Th.D.

from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. He is professor emeritus of

the University of Tokyo, where he taught in the Department of Social Ethics,

and currently a special professor at Seigakuin University Graduate School in

the Department of American and European Culture.

 

Woon-Hae Nag

The Rev. Dr. Woon-Hae Nag is a Japanese Kyodan (UCCJ) missionary serving

in Korea as Assistant Professor at the Presbyterian University and Theological

Seminary (PUTS) and as a cooperating pastor at Saemoonan Presbyterian

Church. He is also Visiting Professor at the Seigakuin University General

Research Institute. Nag graduated from Tokyo Union Theological Seminary with

a Masters Degree and continued his studies in Korea, receiving a Ph.D. from

PUTS.

目次

Contents

 

Preface

Brian Byrd

 

Seigakuin University (Japan) and Presbyterian University
and Theological Seminary (Korea): Reports of the Theological Symposiums

 

I. Establishing the Dignity of Life (2014)

 

Introduction: On the Fourth Conference of Japanese and Korean Theologians

Mitsuharu Akudo

 

Session I
Spiritual Care for the Wounded Soul

Toshiyuki Kubotera

Response: Spiritual Healing (Spiritual Care)

Chul-Ho Youn

 

Session II
Seeking a Theological Response in the Time of Crisis to Establish the Dignity of Life

Seoung-Gyu Park
Response: Dialogue to Establish the Dignity of Life:Forming the Basis of Community in East Asia

Mitsuharu Akudo

 

II. Forming a Theology of Confession, Forgiveness, and Reconciliation (2016)

 

Introduction: On the Sixth Conference of Japanese and Korean Theologians
Yoshibumi Takahashi

 

Session I

An Essay on the Theology of Confession, Absolution,and Reconciliation: with Emphasis on D. Bonhoeffer

Naozumi Eto

Response to Naozumi Eto

Chung-Hyun Baik

 

Session II

Theology of Reconciliation

Chul-Ho Youn

Reconciliation and Atonement:A Response to Chul-Ho Youn’s “Theology of Reconciliation”
Seizo Sekine
Response to Seizo Sekine

Chul-Ho Youn

 

III. Essays on Spirituality, the Sanctity of Life, and Japan-Korea Reconciliation

 

Contributions of Spiritual Discourse in the 21st Century Society:
Peace and Spirituality

Mitsuharu Akudo

“Is There Anything More Precious than Life?”:
A Response from a Christian Faith Vowing to “Establish the Sanctity of Life”
Woon-Hae Nag

Toyohiko Kagawa (1888̶1960): Pioneering Japan-Korea Reconciliation
Brian Byrd

 

Contributors

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