Listen to Dr. Hak Joon Lee’s installation address, "Mt. Sinai and Mt. Beatitudes: A Covenantal Basis of Christian Ethics"
Hak Joon Lee was named Lewis B. Smedes Professor of Christian Ethics in September 2015, having served on the Fuller faculty since 2011 as professor of theology and ethics. He also has 17 years of previous teaching experience at New Brunswick Theological Seminary, Drew University, and New York Theological Seminary. He is an ordained Minister of Word and Sacrament in the Presbyterian Church (USA).
Lee’s current research focuses on covenant, public theology, global ethics, and Asian American theology and ethics. He has also centered much of his attention on the ethics and spirituality of Martin Luther King Jr., and has been invited to be the keynote speaker for Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations in several cities. Lee's The Great World House was the featured subject for a panel discussion at the 2014 American Academy of Religion (AAR) annual meeting, as well as