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Rev'd Kyo Seong Ahn

Assistant Professor, Historical Theology, Presbyterian College and Theological Seminary, Seoul


DPhil (Cantab); MPhil (Cantab); ThM, MDiv (Presbyterian College); MA and BA ( Seoul National University)
Assistant Professor, Historical Theology, Presbyterian College and Theological Seminary, Seoul
Formerly: Union Bible Training Center in Mongolia (UBTC, now Union Bible College), Founding Director, Faculty and Chairperson of the Board of Directors; Ulaanbaatar College (now Ulaanbaatar University), Faculty; Mongolian National Institute of Foreign Languages (now Mongolian National University of Humanities), Faculty; Mongolian National University, Part-time Lecturer; Presbyterian College and Theological Seminary, Part-time Lecturer; Executive Secretary of the World Mission Board of the Presbyterian Church of Korea; Pastor of the Ulaanbaatar Korean Community Church in Mongolia; Pastor of the Amen Church (Mongolian) and other churches in Mongolia; Assistant Pastor of the Somang Presbyterian Church in Korea
Areas: History of Theology, Mission
Regions: Mongolia, South East Asia
Publications: The Church Which Lost the Disabled. Seoul: The Hongsung Books. (in Korean); “From Mission to Church and Beyond: The Metamorphosis of post-Edinburgh Christianity”. Kerr, David A. & Ross, Kenneth R. eds. Edinburgh 2010: Mission Now and Then. Oxford: Regnum. 76-86; “Protestant Missions to China”, “The Protestants Arrive in Japan”, “The Chinese Christian Church”. Christianity: The Illustrated Guide to 2,000 Years of the Christian Faith. Elanora Heights, NSW: Millennium House

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