To Live for the People, To Die for the Lord: One Christian couple's struggle for Korean independence, justice, and love under Japanese rule and North (Paperback)

To Live for the People, To Die for the Lord: One Christian couple's struggle for Korean independence, justice, and love under Japanese rule and North By Dong Soo Kim Ph. D. Cover Image

To Live for the People, To Die for the Lord: One Christian couple's struggle for Korean independence, justice, and love under Japanese rule and North (Paperback)

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Prof. Dong Soo Kim. the author, was born in 1936 in what is now known as North Korea and grew up in Manchuria and Seoul, Korea, where he graduated (B.A.) from Soongsil College. Upon coming to the US in 1961, he studied at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary (M.Div.), the University of Pittsburgh (M.S.W.), and the University of Chicago (Ph.D.). He taught social work and social welfare courses at the University of Tennessee and at Norfolk State University for 31 years; in Korea at Handong Global University, Torch Trinity Graduate University of Theology, and Soongsil University for seven years. He was an ordained elder at Bayside Presbyterian Church in Virginia Beach. He authored a number of books in the fields of essay, poetry, biography, and textbooks. Currently, he is involved in the peace movement and research activities of Korea's reunification. His wife, Dr. Hannah Sook Paik, was also an elder and academe. They have two grown children, Susanna Sungsook and Stephanie Sunghe, and six grandchildren, all in the US.
Product Details ISBN: 9781984297747
ISBN-10: 1984297740
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: February 25th, 2018
Pages: 314
Language: English