Andrew Sung Park
Professor of Theology and Ethics
Andrew’s teaching and research interests include Christian Mystics, and the dialogue between Theology and Science, Liberation Theology, Ecological Theology, Healing Theology, Global Theology, Transformation of Christianity, and Christian Ethics.
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B.A., Seoul Methodist Theological University
M.Div., The Iliff School of Theology
M.A., The Claremont School of Theology
Ph.D., Graduate Theological Union at Berkeley
Full Member of the California-Nevada Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church (Ordained Elder)
Member of the American Academy of Religion (AAR)
Steering Member of the Teaching and Learning Committee of AAR
Member of Center for Natural Sciences and Theology
Member of the Center for Process Studies
Member of “Interfaith Just Peacemaking”
Editorial Board Member of Journal of Asian & Asian-American Theology
Steering Committee Member of the Korean Religion of AAR
Board Member of “GoTell Communications”
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Triune Atonement: Christ’s Healing for Sinners,
Victims, and the Whole Creation. Westminster John Knox Press, 2009.
From Hurt to Healing: A Theology of the Wounded. Abingdon Press, 2004.
The Other Side of Sin. Co-editor with Susan Nelson. State University of New York Press, 2001.
The Changing Face of God: God Who Needs Our Salvation (Video lecture. New York: Washington National Cathedral and Morehouse, 2000).
Videotaped at Washington National Cathedral.
Racial Conflict and Healing: An Asian-American Theological Perspective. Orbis Books, 1996.
Andrew was awarded a Gustavus Myers Award
for an outstanding book on human rights in North America for this book.
Korean Family Devotions. Co-Author. Upper Room Books, 1994.
The Wounded Heart of God: The Asian Concept
of Han and the Christian Doctrine of Sin. Abingdon
Andrew's interests include jugging, singing, and playing the guitar, tennis, soccer, and ping pong.
He is married to Jane (Chemist at Sinclair) and they have enjoyed studying alternative medicine and learning how to relate theology to science.