By Heup Young Kim
Heup younger Kim argues for a 3rd means, the Dao paradigm of theology, which could surround those disparate traditions but in addition stream past them into extra fruitful theological, medical, and philosophical components of reflection.
Offering useful insights for interreligious discussion, Kim additionally addresses a few subfields of theology together with Comparative Theology, Christology, Pneumatology, Liberation Theology, and Ecclesiology.
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