Faculty Since 2017
BS, Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
MDiv, Fuller Theological Seminary
PhD, Intercultural Studies, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
Dr. Peter Lee is an intercultural researcher with a passion for equipping the body of Christ for global ministries. Dr. Lee has over two decades of ministry experience in multicultural and intercultural contexts in the U. S. and North Africa. He brings his missiological training, holistic view of Christian ministry, and strategic thinking to his role as the Chief Coordinator for the Korean DMin program.
Dr. Lee’s key research interests include multicultural ministry, qualitative research methods, international migration, Christian diaspora communities, Muslims in diaspora, and new Christian movements in the Middle East and North Africa.
Lee, Peter Taehoon. 2020. “Toward a Third Space of Cultures: Hybridity and Multiethnic Leadership in Christian Mission.” In A Hybrid World: Diaspora, Hybridity, and Missio Dei, edited by Sadiri Joy Tira and Juliet Lee Uytanlet, Forthcoming in 2020. Littleton, CO: William Carey Library.
Lee, Peter T., and Godfrey Harold. 2019. “Potential or Threat?: Adopting Cultural Hybridity as a Concept for Diaspora Missiology.” The South African Baptist Journal of Theology 28:2–14.
Lee, Peter T., and James Sung-Hwan Park. 2018. “Beyond People Group Thinking: A Critical Reevaluation of Unreached People Groups.” Missiology 46 (3): 212–25.
Lee, Peter T., 2017. “Sungyohakjuk Tuelgwa Muslim Jiyuk Sungyo Yungu 선교학적 틀과 무슬림지역 선교연구 Missiological Framework and Mission Research in the Muslim World.” 전방개척선교 (Korean Journal of Frontier Missions) 70 (5+6): 6–24.