Park, Kevin

Dr. Kevin  Park

Dr. Kevin Park

Associate Dean for Advanced Professional Studies and Assistant Professor of Theology; Interim Director of KAM

Phone: 404 687-4533

Fax: 404 687-4591

Email: ParkK@CTSnet.edu

Office: 127 HC / Box 25F

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Dr. Park is interested in emerging Asian North American theologies and various expressions of theologies of the cross.  His current research includes critiquing what he calls “Ornamental Multiculturalism,” and articulating a theology of divine beauty as a key theological resource for multicultural theology and ministry for the North American context.

Education:

  • PhD, Princeton Theological Seminary
  • ThM, Princeton Theological Seminary
  • MDiv, Knox College
  • BA, University of Toronto

Denomination:  Presbyterian Church (USA)

Publications

Editor, Reading the Bible and Doing theology in Asian American Context: Essays in Honor of Sang Hyun Lee, ed. with Hak Joon Lee, Pickwick Publication, 2012, book
Coauthor of a Book/Curriculum: Identity: Christian Curriculum for Korean American Youth. G2G Publications., 2011, book
"Ornamental Multiculturalism and Ecumenism," in Unity in Mission: Accompanying One Another on the Pilgrimage of Ecumenism, eds. Mitzi Budde and Don Thorsen,(Paulist Press)., 2013, article
“Leadership in Protestant Context” with Rose Niles, in Learning to Lead: Lessons in Leadership for People of Faith, ed. Willard W C Ashley, Sr. (Skylight Paths Publishing), 2012, chapter
Lenten Devotion: Living the Word Through Lent. Presbyterians Today, January/February (46 devotions)., 2011, journal
“Marginality” in Perspectives: A Journal of Reformed Though, January in the series of articles: “As We See It: Thoughts and Prayers, Hopes and Fears for President Obama.”, 2009, article
Article: “Tongsong Kido (Unity Prayer)” in Hungry Hearts: Solemn Assemblies, Special Edition, Vol 17, No. 5, 2008, article
“Confessions of a Consumer” in Hungry Hearts, Fall. Bonus material at www.pcusa.org/spiritualformation/hungryhearts/index.htm, 2008, article
“Immovable Inscriptions or Dance?” in Presbyterian Outlook, Sept. 4, 2006, article
Bearing the Marks of the Church: Reforming Ministry’s Occasional Paper Series No. 1, by Charles Wiley, Kevin Park, and Darrell L. Guder, 2005, journal
“What Do We Have to Do with Each Other?” in Conversations with the Confessions, ed. Joseph D. Small (Geneva Press), 2005, chapter
“Nations Will Bring their Glory,” in Perspectives: A Journal of Reformed Thought, November, 2004, journal
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