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This year is the 130th anniversary of the opening of Gwanghyewon, which became Jejungwon and later Severance Hospital and Yonsei University Health System (YUHS) which Horace Newton Allen established on April 10, 1885. Gwanghyewon (Jejungwon) is the starting point of YUHS. In YUHS’s 130 years of history, we cannot forget their endeavor and dedication of the missionaries, pioneers, and forefathers of Jejungwon and we certainly cannot overlook their lives of faith. Among them, Horace Newton Allen was the first missionary, who was a specially significant figure in YUHS. Allen established it with Emperor Gojong and Northern Presbyterian Church Board of Foreign Missions. He was a holistic medical practitioner who cared illness of body and soul. He was a model of triangular mission, which shaped medical mission, education and evangelism. As a mediator, Allen had passion to expand the kingdom of God in cooperating between Korean government and USA, the state and civil society, and Presbyterian and Methodist missionaries. He was an actor of love who did not discriminated based upon races, nationality, possessions, gender, or social class. Jejungwon showed his Christian faith and life. Today, YUHS inherited the philanthropic tradition of Jejungwon. This dissertation argues that Allen, his medical ministry, and his Korean mission have followed in today’s YUHS in diverse ways. Since he established Jejungwon 130 years ago, his mission works are meaningfully reflected on YUHS.
The World Alliance of Reformed Churches is an ecumenical organization that includes Reformed, Presbyterian, Congregational, United churches of the world. Most of constituents of the World Alliance of Reformed Churches live in the Southern hemisphere witnessing their faith and are the religious minority of the countries they live. The 24th assembly of the WARC was held in the Ghana National Univeristy located near the capital city of Ghana, Accra, from July 30th to August 13th in the year 2004, with the theme of "That all may have life in fullness." Although the world had looked to the 21st century with hope, it actually faced the reality of 9.11 terror, the Afghan War, the Iraq War and the unending small and big terrorist activities. The economic globalization that has continued since the mid 20th century has systematically debilitated out individuals, businesses and nations that have lost their competitiveness. The environment that is crucial to human life is carelessly exploited by human selfishness and greed. Nature has lost is ability to purify itself and has become a terror to th world. The world that we live in once provided and protected life. But it has turned into one that threatens and kills human beings and nature. During the Accra Assembly, urgent sub-matters that must be dealt with for all may have life to the fullness were selected. The subject of creation was discussed. We recognized the seriousness of the destruction and pollution of creation and problems such as global warming and the importance of being free from human-centeredness and for human beings and creation to live life together to the full. The subject of gender justice was also discussed. Achieving gender justice is the first step to establishing a lively human community. The discussion of economic justice was concluded in terms of denying the neoliberal goal of economic globalization under the name of Christian faith. Peace was also discussed. With the vision of the New Heaven and Earth, we must strive to create real peace in this world. Next we discussed the issue of honoring diversity. We must have the wisdom to appreciate diversity which is an important factor in enjoying life to the full. Inclusiveness and participation was also discussed. We must create a church community where all lay persons are encouraged to practice their priestly leadership and talents. Lastly, the subject of healing was discussed. We must reach out to everyone who seeks healing and salvation with hope. As the 21st WARC Ottawa Assembly made a concrete contribution to the transformation of the church history and society by declaring the racial discrimination in South Africa as a significant matter of Christian confession, the biggest achievement of the 24th Accra Assembly is the unreserved declaration that the neoliberal economic globalization is a serious threat to sound practice of Christian faith. Thus, the Accra confession will work to awaken the world's churches to play a role in changing the current neoliberal economic globalization that exacerbates the polarization of the rich and the poor. As we dispatch the second most number of missionaries in the world, Korean churches are playing an increasing role in the general flow of the churches of the world. As churches of our Lord, we must be faithful to the fundamental principles. First, we must restore a faith that goes beyond ideology and proclaim our faith in the midst of this neoliberal world, Secondly, Korean churches must do missions based on achieving abundant life for all. Thirdly, Korean churches must worship through our entire lives. Fourthly, Korean churches must develop a new ecumenical leadership through pastors, lay persons, women, and young people. Lastly, Korean churches must share, practice and deepen theological issues of the ecumenical world Assembly.