These mindfulness experts and Buddhism scholars can help you cover modern forms of meditation.
The Rev. Sangwon Doh is senior pastor of Calvary Korean United Methodist Church in East Brunswick, N.J.
Heup Young Kim is executive director of the Korea Forum for Science and Life in South Korea. He has written about how to apply East Asian religious teachings to the transhumanism debate.
Sunhee Joo is a Los Angeles-based educator and artist with an interest in biblical stories, people and nature. She has said Jesus, Mary, Joseph and Mary Magdalene are her “beloved characters.”
The National Federation of Asian American United Methodists (NFAAUM) is an ethnic caucus within the United Methodist Church. It is composed of twelve sub-caucuses: Cambodian, Chinese, Filipino, Formosan, Hmong, Japanese, Korean, Laotian, South Asian, Vietnamese, Middle Eastern, and Pakistani. NFAAUM is headquartered in Oakland, Calif. The Rev. Jacob S. Dharmaraj is president. Aquilino Pong Javier […]
Jinwol Y.H. Lee, a Buddhist monk and Zen master, teaches Buddhist meditation and culture as chair professor of the department of Seon studies and director of the Institute of Seon at Dongguk University, Gyeongju, in South Korea. He belongs to the Jogye order of Korean Buddhism, the major traditional Mahayana Buddhism in Korea.
The Rev. Constance Pak is a United Methodist Church pastor and leader of its United Methodist Association of Korean Clergywomen. She currently serves at Lake Ronkonkoma United Methodist Church in Lake Grove, N.Y.
Hee Ann Choi is the director of the Anna Howard Shaw Center at Boston University’s School of Theology. She was the lead investigator on a 2012 study of retention of women clergy.
Includes a historical background of Orthodoxy in Korea as well as links and contact information on The Orthodox Metropolis of Korea and its parishes.