Dean Clayton in Korea


Monday, October 24, 2011 at 9:05AM

Dean Philip Clayton recently traveled to Korea to meet with our Alumni/ae, to strengthen ties with our Methodist and Presbyterian Church friends and theological schools, and to learn about the situation of the church in Korea.

Dean Philip Clayton recently traveled to Korea to meet with our Alumni/ae, to strengthen ties with our Methodist and Presbyterian Church friends and theological schools, and to learn about the situation of the church in Korea. He was also sharing about the important new changes to Claremont School of Theology.

"The nature of Korean culture and the history of the Protestant churches here are very different from the United States," he said. "Still, the challenges facing the churches in our two countries today are very similar. We have much to learn from Korean Christians. And Korean leaders tell me that Claremont School of Theology can play an important role in preparing pastors and teachers for their ministries in Korea."

He received substantial press coverage during his visit.

CBS, Korea (Christian Broadcasting Service, Korea’s major Christian broadcaster) aired a TV interview with Dr. Clayton about CST and his views on the major topics in Korean Christianity today.


The following papers ran articles:
Christianity Today, Korea
Veritas, Korea
Christianity Daily, Los Angeles

Also, Dean Clayton gave a press conference about CST and the urgent issues in the American and Korean churches today, which was covered by the following media: CBS, Korea (Christian Broadcasting Service, Korea’s major Christian broadcaster)
Newsnjoy
CUPnews
Ecumenian
The Elders Press of Korea


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