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題名:Isaiah’s Peace Discourse and The Korean Peninsula-US Relations
作者:Hye Kyung Park
會議名稱:聖經學團契會議 Taiwan Biblical Fellowship
發表地點:Taiwan Graduate School of Theology Center for The Study of Christian Thought
摘要:Abstract New geopolitical order in East Asia challenges the relations between the Korean Peninsula and the USA. After testing the nuclear and Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBM), North Korea Chairman Kim Jong-un could meet US President Donald Trump three times up until October 3, 2019 in Singapore, Vietnam, and at the Korean Demilitarized Zone. Meanwhile, South Korea President Moon Jae-in made three Inter-Korea Summits with Kim in 2018. President Trump even visited the Korean Demilitarized Zone on June 30, 2019, and met Kim along with South Korea President Moon Jae-In. One can recognize the diplomatic thaw between the US and North Korea. Christians should seriously interpret the politics and diplomatic new order in the Korean Peninsula. This paper analyzes the dynamic characteristics around the Korean Peninsula regarding denuclearization and deimperialization. I suggest that Isaiah’s historical situation under the empires was not different from the diplomatic dynamics of the Korean Peninsula. This study urges Christians’ transformation in current geopolitical phenomena in East-Asia from the perspective of Isaiah’s peace discourse. I will bring up the issues of denuclearization for world peace and imperialist metanarrative in the world. This paper will interpret Isaiah’s ultimate peace, justice, independent discourse by reading Isaiah 2, 5-12, and 36-39. In addition, it invites Christian’s transformation throughout Isaiah’s prophecy.
英文關鍵字:Isaiah, Peace Discourse, Inter-Korean Summits, Relations between North Korea and the US, Korean Peninsula, Deimperialization