Kim Yong-Bock (family name Kim), Ph. D., is President of Hanil University and Theological Seminary in Chonbuk, Korea (Wanju-Kun Sangkwan-Myun, Shinri, 694-1; Chonbuk, Korea 565-830). He received his Masters of Divinity and Ph.D. degrees from Princeton University. He has been a teaching fellow at Princeton Theological Seminary, an international consultant to the Commission on Ecumenical Missions and Relations, National Board of Missions, of the United Presbyterian Church (USA), and is founder and Director of the Christian Center for Asian Studies, and Director of the Doctor of Ministries Studies, a joint program with San Francisco Theological Seminary.
- Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation: An Asian Perspective
- Jesus Christ Among Asian Minjung: A Christological Reflection
- Covenant with the Poor: Toward a New Concept of Economic Justice
- Minjung and Power : A Biblical and Theological Perspective on Doularchy (Servanthood)
- Messianic Politics: Toward a New Political Paradigm
- Civil Society: Unity and Oikos (the House of God)
- The Christian Churches’ Response to the Principalities and Powers