• Journal of Youngsan Theology
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  • The Youngsan Theological Institute is a professional theological institute focused on Youngsan Dr. Yonggi Cho’s (hereinafter ‘Youngsan’) hope theology by communicating and interacting with educational and research institutes in and outside of Korea. Youngsan Theological Institute was founded in 1990 as the Full Gospel Theological Institute until it was renamed to its current name in 2004. Youngsan Theological Institute seeks to establish Youngsan Theology by systematizing it based on the Fivefold Gospel, the Threefold Blessing, and the Fourth Dimensional Spirituality according to the Scripture and Christian tradition within the context of the Spiritual Awakening. We hope to partake in advancing Pentecostal Theology and pneumatology. Moreover, we work to achieve our goal of globalizing Korean theology through research and publication. We also began to hold annual Youngsan International Theological Symposiums since 2002, which increased communication with international scholars and thus has broadened the significance of Youngsan Theology.

     

  • Youngsan Theological Institute Instructions

    on Article Submissions

     

     

    Article 1 (Purpose)

    This instruction is to standardize the formats and citations of the articles that get submitted to be published by Youngsan Theological Institute (hereafter institute) in the Journal of Youngsan Theology.

     

    Article 2 (Method)

    1. The article shall be submitted through the online submission system (JAMS, https://ysti.jams.or.kr) found at the institute’s website (https://www.ysti.co.kr).

    2. The article may be in either Hangul or MS Word format.

     

    Article 3 (Contents)

    1. Article submission in Korean shall have the following five elements:

    a. Article Title (Korean, English)

    b. Name of the Author (Korean, English)

    c. Keywords (Korean, English)

    d. Bibliography and citations (including page numbers)

    f. Abstract (Korean, English)

    2. Articles submitted in English shall also have the five elements listed above in English.

    3. The authors name shall be entered into the online submission website, but it shall not be written in the article for anonymous examination.

     

    Article 4 (The Article)

    1. The article shall be a dissertation in Korean or in English that has not been published in any other scholarly journals.

    2. The submitter shall consider and reflect research previously done by the Journal of Youngsan Theology.

    3. The article shall aim to integrate other research, and it shall be related to Youngsan Theology, Full Gospel Theology, and/or Pentecostal Theology.

    4. The article shall refer to ancient languages (Hebrew, Greek), but the words may be transliterated.

    5. Numbering shall be in the following order: I, II -> 1, 2 -> 1), 2) -> (1), (2) -> , .

     

    Article 5 (In-text block quotes, footnotes and bibliography)

    1. Refer to <Table 1> for citing books and Bible verses.

    2. Refer to <Table 1> for citing biblical references within the text.

    3. The article shall use footnotes, but the use of endnotes and parenthetical citations are prohibited. Refer to <Table 2> for footnote format.

    4. The bibliography shall be limited to the sources mentioned in the body. Refer to <Table 2> for formatting the bibliography.

     

    Article 6 (English Abstract)

    1. (Content and Structure) The abstract shall introduce the purpose of the article, utilized research methods, research content, and the significance of the research.

    2. (Word Count) The word count shall be limited to 200-300 English words.

    3. (Title and Author) The title of the article and the authors name shall be included. (See below)

         [Example]

    Reverend Yonggi Chos Kingdom of God

    Kim, Hee Sung

     

    Article 7 (Keywords)

    There shall be 5 keywords, both in English and Korean.

        

    Article 8 (Page Limit)

    The article shall be limited to 15-17 pages including the required pages apart from the body. (See <Table 1> and <Table 2> for details.)

     

    Article 9 (Writing the Article)

    1. Title

    2. Author (Name, organization, major, etc)

    3. Korean Abstract: ½~1 A4 page. Introduction shall begin on the following page.

    4. Body: The article shall follow the following order: . Introduction, . Body 1, . Body 2, . Conclusion.

    5. Keywords: A Korean keyword shall be listed first, then the English keyword shall follow after it. For database index, more than five words can be listed.

    6. Bibliography: Refer to <Table 2> for formatting.

    7. English Abstract: The English abstract shall be 200-300 words in length along with the name of the author.

     

     

    Supplementary Provisions

     

    1. Anything not explained in the regulation shall comply with the convention.

    2. The regulation shall enter into force upon the approval of the Editorial Committee and the Executive Committee.

    3. This regulation shall enter into force on September 1, 2005.

    4. The revised regulation shall enter into force on June 4, 2011.

    5. The revised regulation shall enter into force on June 8, 2012.

    6. The revised regulation shall enter into force on May 28, 2013.

    7. The revised regulation shall enter into force on February 18, 2016.

     

     

     

  • Editorial Board

     

    Dawk Mahn Bae (Asia LIFE University)

    Jae Woog Bae (Youngnam Theological University)

    Gwi Sam Cho (Hansei University)

    Mun Hong Choi (Hansei University)

    Ho Sung Kim (Director of International Theological Institute)

    Hong Keun Kim (Hansei University)

    Robert P. Menzies (Director of Synergy, China)

    Mun Chul Shin (Hansei University)

    Keith Warrington (Regents Theological College, UK)