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Abstract

Koreans live in a religiously pluralistic and tolerant society, and the idea of an exclusive membership of one religion is still foreign to many. In the first part of this paper, I will explore the development of the concept of “religion” and “religious belonging” or “religious identity” in the West, and its imposition on Asian people. Then I will reflect on the establishment of my own religious identity, that is, becoming a Christian in a religiously pluralistic society. In the second part, I will discuss further how my studying comparative theology as an Asian convert to Christianity is distinguished from the work of western Christian comparative theologians.

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In: International Journal of Asian Christianity