Christian Worldview 2 [1139]


Dr. Yongbom Lee

Dr. Yongbom Lee

My name is Yongbom Lee. I am originally from Seoul, South Korea, but I spent most of my adult life in the United States. I graduated from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI, USA for my B.A. in Ancient Civilizations and Biblical Studies (1999) and M.A. in Classical Greek (2001). I also graduated from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA, USA, for my M.Div. (2006), where I met my lovely wife. I received a Ph.D. in Theology from the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom (2010). I am married to Dr. Diana Dodson Lee, who is teaching in 2015–16 Spanish at Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA, USA. I am a pastor, a teacher, and a scholar. Studying and teaching the Bible always has been my passion and calling from God. I am grateful for the privilege to teach students at UPH as a theology lecturer in 2015–16. I am excited to study together God’s Word and see how it is going to transform all of us as we let the Spirit of God work in our lives.


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UPH FLA 91202A-B Christian Worldview 2 [1139]: Anthropology, Hamartiology, and Christology

Even Semester 2016

Dr. Yongbom Lee (

Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:25–11:25 am



The course consists of the Christian worldview of human being and its redemptive aspect. A study of the Christian worldview of human being is the study of Biblical anthropology (the doctrine of man) and hematology (the doctrine of sin): his origin, nature, purposes, and corruption because of sin. Emphasis will be given on human being as a psycho-somatic unity created in the image of God; his state of integrity; the covenant of work; the cultural mandate and its implications for science and technology; the fall and its pervasive effects on human life; and the epistemological implications of the fall. A study of the Christian worldview in terms of its redemptive aspect will focus on Jesus Christ as the author, sustainer, and restorer of creation. Emphasis will be given on the incarnation of Christ, His divine-human nature, His messiahship as King, Priest, and Prophet, the meaning of his redemptive work, and the significance of all these for developing a Christ-centered worldview.

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