Yong-Sun is a member of the Faculty of Theology and School of Christian Studies (Korean) and specialises in the following areas: Christian Ethics , Humanities , Philosophy , Research , Theology .
Yong-Sun Yang has an academic training in Mathematics, Economics, Philosophy, and Theology. He was born in South Korea and came to Australia in 1993 after 2 years of study in Japan. He lives in Sydney with his wife, Mi-Hea, three daughters, So-Ra, So-Ri, and Ha-Neul, and one son, Jeong-Hun.
- BIB350 - Biblical Theology
- BIB549 - Biblical Theology
- RES101 - Introduction to Academic Writing and Research
- SOC202 - Global Poverty
- THE101 - Christian Worldview
- THE201 - Christian Ethics
- THE202 - Christ and Salvation
- THE203 - Trinity and Creation
- THE221 - Theology of Social Justice
- THE315 - Theology and Popular Culture
- THE320 - Theology and Psychology
- XXX390 - Independent Guided Study
- XXX391 - Research Project
- XXX392 - Advanced Seminar
Theology, Multiculturalism, Economic theology and Philosophy.
PhD (University of New South Wales)
Dissertation Title Economics and Theology of Salvation in Adam Smith and Hegel
MTh (Sydney College of Divinity)
Dissertation Title The Uniqueness of Jesus in a postmodern world
MEc (Soong Sil University)
BTh (Sydney College of Divinity)
BA (Universtiy of Sydney)
BSc (Seoul National University)
Yang, Yong Sun (2015). A Review on The Oxford Handbook of Christianity- book review. Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 37:4626-28.
Yang, Yong Sun (2014). The Oxford Handbook of Christianity and Economics. Text & Context, Vol. 2255-260.
Yang, Yong Sun (2012). Economies of Salvation: Adam Smith and Hegel. Peter Lang. Oxford.
Yang, Yong Sun (Ed.) (2009). Korean Methodist Church in Australia and New Zealand. Hermit Kingdom Press. Highland.
Yang, Yong Sun (2008). Journeyies in Biblical Study In , The Uniqueness of Jesus as the Beauty of Harmony among Us (pp. 96-117). New York. Hermit Kingdom.
Yang, Yong Sun (2008). Journeys in Biblical Studies In , Economics and Theology of Salvation (pp. 34-57). New York. Hermit Kingdom.
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