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1The LOVE Spiritual Care Model: A Chaplain's Tool in Clinical Practice

저자 : Sikhumbuzo Dube

발행기관 : 삼육대학교 선교와사회문제연구소 간행물 : Asia-Africa Journal of Mission and Ministry(AAMM) 21권 0호 발행 연도 : 2020 페이지 : pp. 3-29 (27 pages)

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Providing spiritual care in a clinical setting may require a scientific approach for it to be relevant both to the care seekers and the healthcare team. The methodology that the clergy serving in such a situation utilise should enable other members of the team to realise the importance of chaplaincy. This article's principal focus is to introduce the LOVE spiritual care model and show its use as a tool or a working template for healthcare clerics in delivering spiritual care. Furthermore, it emphasises how the application of the model can present the chaplains' professional etiquette in a good light. While the call to chaplaincy is spiritual, the intent to show that as being spirit-led does not mean neglecting the essentials that make up being an expert in providing the needed nourishment. A few biblical examples from the Gospels are used to illustrate the methodology Jesus used in His healing ministry. A psycho-socio-spiritual wellness triadic support system is developed to demonstrate the collaborative effort needed in the provision of total healing. By following the sequence that the model suggests, chaplains are thus equipped with skills that will not only help them to “link-up” with their care seekers but also empower them to walk out of their pain without having to depend on caregivers. A pseudo clinical vignette is used to illustrate this.

2A Church Historical Meaning of the Year of 1919 and the Role of the Church Today in Korea

저자 : Won Young Bong

발행기관 : 삼육대학교 선교와사회문제연구소 간행물 : Asia-Africa Journal of Mission and Ministry(AAMM) 21권 0호 발행 연도 : 2020 페이지 : pp. 30-50 (21 pages)

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The year 1919 is regarded by the Seventh-day Adventist Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church especially in Korea as a very meaningful year both theologically and historically. The Bible conference, held in the United States in 1919, was a deep debate in on the Inspiration, Ellen White, and the role of the Spirit of Prophecy in the church. Since then , however, theological development of the church has been stagnant for some time due to the influence of fundamentalism that has entered the church. In the same year of 1919, the March 1 movement broke out in Korea seeking, yearning for independence from Japan's colonial government. The movement was carried out under the influence of Christianity with, and the Seventh-day AdventistSDA Church also participated participating in the movement. This historical experience is Seventh-day Adventist Church to current and future provide an opportunity of redefining life. First, theFrom this the SDA learned that the right and clear understanding of God's revelation helps to interpret the Bible properly, so the church should be able to have a deeper and more thorough foundation in theology. Secondly, the Church's influence on society is not just by words, but by practical life, when each Christian practice for the public good of the community in the public square.

3Magic or Miracle?: A Christian Apologetic Response to Current Prophetic Claims in African Congregations

저자 : Ayobami A. Ayanyinka

발행기관 : 삼육대학교 선교와사회문제연구소 간행물 : Asia-Africa Journal of Mission and Ministry(AAMM) 21권 0호 발행 연도 : 2020 페이지 : pp. 51-64 (14 pages)

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What is the singular subject that currently dominates other issues in African congregations today? What is the dilemma that has seemingly crippled and incapacitated the power of God in its manifestation freely among the believers? What is the topic that attracts attention in social media, television, radio, and newspaper reports every day in the world? It is the pursuit and clamor for a miracle. It is observed that the number of church-goers, miracle-seekers, and miracle-workers is on the increase daily in Christian gatherings. The question remains, “Magic or Miracle?” If it is a miracle that only comes from God, why the craze? The biblical account is full of God's miracles through His prophets in the Old Testament and through Jesus Christ in the New Testament. Besides, God worked wondrously through the apostles. He is still able to do wonders in this end time. Thus, this paper is a Christian apologetic response to current prophetic claims that are associated with magic but are displayed as miracles. It significantly argues that God is not a magician and miracles do not depend on human efforts. The discourse, therefore, employs the Christian apologetical method in responding to the challenges that these misconstrued conceptions have had on African Christian congregations, with particular reference to Nigeria.

4Biblical Discipleship: Its Meaning, Importance, Models, and Principles

저자 : Melak A. Tsegaw

발행기관 : 삼육대학교 선교와사회문제연구소 간행물 : Asia-Africa Journal of Mission and Ministry(AAMM) 21권 0호 발행 연도 : 2020 페이지 : pp. 65-77 (13 pages)

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In recent years the Seventh-day Adventist Church has attempted to find reasons for its existence in discipleship. With such a shift of emphasis arises a need for a careful study of Scripture about the meaning, importance, and models of discipleship. Hence, this paper attempts to explain the meaning, importance, and models of discipleship from Scripture, the writings of Ellen White, and other relevant literature. The study affirms that the disciple-making ministry is a command given by Jesus. It is mission-oriented, relational, and practical.

5The Hermeneutics of ΘΕΡΑΠΕΡΕΙΑ (HEALING) in John 9:1-12 and Its Application in the Christ Apostolic Church, Ibadan, Nigeria

저자 : Ademola Julius Olajide , Oderinde Olatundun Abosede

발행기관 : 삼육대학교 선교와사회문제연구소 간행물 : Asia-Africa Journal of Mission and Ministry(AAMM) 21권 0호 발행 연도 : 2020 페이지 : pp. 78-96 (19 pages)

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The study illustrates the physical, spiritual and symbolic healing done by Jesus Christ in the gospel of John. The centrality of healing features prominently in Jesus' earthly ministry. In compliance with Jesus' instruction to his followers to preach the gospel and heal the sick, the CAC has made healing one of its major preoccupations. The example of the healing performed through touching, faith, prayer, anointing with oil, distant cure and use of water were the bases of derivable principles used in establishing the Christ Apostolic Church position. The healing account of Jesus in John 9 was chosen because of the use of natural means such as water, clay and saliva which is in relation the healing techniques and practice in CAC. However, healing practices among certain ministers of God in CAC are found wanting compared with Jesus' healing miracles. Thus, the life of the one performing the healing is sometimes not worthy of emulation and this discourages people, wondering whether such categories of people are sent by God. Healing done by such people of questionable character are doubtful to those who know their antecedent. Some are said to be adulterers, fornicators, or belonging to a familiar spirit. θεραπεûω is the New Testament term which connotes to heal, to cure, and to restore to perfect health. It can also literally mean healing (Luke 12:42). The study is informed by the need to attempt an exegesis of θεραπεûω to deduce principles of healing by Jesus and examine its application in the Christ Apostolic Church. The study employed the historical-exegetical method of biblical research to analyse the text of John 9:1-12. The paper further used a descriptive method, in which a structured interview was employed to collect data which were analysed qualitatively. The study established that Christ Apostolic Church demonstrates a good degree of the principles of healing found in the gospel of John and recommended that the same should be improved upon to a higher degree while the tendency to glorify self and exalt healing or other miracles at the expense of a godly Christian life should be discouraged. The life of the one performing the healing must reflect Christ-likeness and the goal of healing should be to bring souls into the Kingdom of God.

6God's Judgment in Ten Plagues

저자 : Sion Sung

발행기관 : 삼육대학교 선교와사회문제연구소 간행물 : Asia-Africa Journal of Mission and Ministry(AAMM) 21권 0호 발행 연도 : 2020 페이지 : pp. 97-113 (17 pages)

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This paper examines the Ten Plagues of Exodus and tries to understand the meaning of each plague; why God had to judge Pharaoh in these plagues in these orders and how do these judgments apply to us today. God had to bring judgment upon Pharaoh because he refused to obey God's command through Moses and as he denied God continuously, the plagues intensified. In each plague, God overthrown Egyptian deities and demonstrated His sovereignty over every creation. As the plague progressed, Egyptians knew more vividly that Yahweh is the true God. Ten plagues not only revealed who God is to Egyptian, but it healed Israelites past with the justice of lex talionis. They were punishment to Egyptians but at the same time, they were God's retributive justice to restore Israelites physically, emotionally and spiritually from their slavery. For Egyptian, however, there were elements of plea in the punishment. Even though they deserved to die, God wanted them to repent and choose life rather than death. That is why He didn't destroy Egypt in first plague or second plague, but gave them ten opportunities to repent. God's punishments is not simply to destroy and eradicate evil, but through them proud heart may be humbled. From the account of Ten Plagues, we can see the purpose of God's judgment and our mission is to tell others how God's judgment has restored us so that others may also be restored instead of facing the wrath of God.

7'Live and Let Live Mind-set': A Modernistic and Post-modernistic Approach to Ecumenism

저자 : Emmanuel Orihentare Eregare

발행기관 : 삼육대학교 선교와사회문제연구소 간행물 : Asia-Africa Journal of Mission and Ministry(AAMM) 21권 0호 발행 연도 : 2020 페이지 : pp. 114-126 (13 pages)

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Modernistic and Post-modernistic Christians understand the root of ecumenical initiatives from the perception of a 'live and let live mind-set' This relativists' view on ecumenism has galloped through Christian history without examining the hermeneutical principles employed for the formation of this seemingly indisputable theory. Hence, this study tries to critically examine the varied hermeneutical principles employed to arrive at the theory of relativism as the sole authoritative instrument to understand the truth about ecumenism using a historical research approach through analytical methodology. The founding historic theory did not share the same view with the Modernistic and Post-modernistic theory on Christian unity. Findings reveal that a bibliohistorical hermeneutical principle of interpretation is deemed appropriate for the understanding of Christian unity. If the church accepts the suggestions provided in this study, the true sense of unity among the Christian churches or denomination will be inexorable.

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