Hak Joon Lee (PhD, Princeton Theological Seminary) is the Lewis B. Smedes professor of Christian ethics at Fuller Theological Seminary where he teaches in both master and doctoral levels and serves as chair of the department. He is copresident of G2G-KODIA Christian Education Center, a research institute on Asian American Christianity and culture. Through the center, he has published several contextually grounded curricula for Korean North American youth and their parents. He previously taught at New Brunswick Theological Seminary for thirteen years.
He is the author or editor of several books, including Intersecting Realities: Race, Identity, and Culture in the Spiritual-Moral Life of Young Asian Americans, The Great World House: Martin Luther King Jr. and Global Ethics, We Will Get to the Promised Land: Martin Luther King Jr.'s Communal-Political Spirituality, and Covenant and Communication: A Christian Moral Conversation with Jürgen Habermas. He is also the author of A Paradigm Shift in Korean Protestant Churches: A Road Map for Change and Renewal (in Korean), which was selected one of the most outstanding books of the year 2011 by the ministry of culture, sports, and tourism of South Korea.
Edited by Love L. Sechrest and Johnny Ramírez-Johnson and Amos Yong and Willie James Jennings and Andrea Smith and Hak Joon Lee and Akintunde E. Akinade and Elizabeth Conde-Frazier and Angel D. Santiago-Vendrell and Andrew T. Draper and Erin Dufault-Hunter and Clifton Clarke and Daniel Jeyaraj and Jonathan Tran
Edited by Love L. Sechrest and Johnny Ramírez-Johnson and Amos Yong and Willie James Jennings and Andrea Smith and Daniel Jeyaraj and Hak Joon Lee and Akintunde E. Akinade and Elizabeth Conde-Frazier and Angel D. Santiago-Vendrell and Andrew T. Draper and Erin Dufault-Hunter and Clifton Clarke and Jonathan Tran