귀로에 선 기독교대학의 채플

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발행기관 : 한국기독교교육정보학회 수록지정보 : 기독교교육정보 / 18권
저자명 : 한미라

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Ⅰ. 기독교대학 채플의 위기
Ⅱ. 기독교대학 채플의 본질
Ⅲ. 채플 이수에 대한 학습자의 태도 변화
Ⅳ. 결론: 개선 방안
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Abstract

한국어 초록

This article aims at presenting some of ideas that can be helpful for improving Christian university"s chapel service in Korea. Three points are to make in order to achieve the objective. First of all, a theoretical foundation on Christian college"s worship service is reviewed in light of its meaning and significance. Second, the participant"s needs are surveyed in order to improve the chapel at Christian colleges. For identifying the student"s need and attitude of their chapel service, the researcher took 1800 students of first and second year at Hoseo University, Cheonan, Korea. And lastly, feasible ideas are presented based on the previous studies" findings and the results of the survey conducted by the researcher. As the result of the survey, this study has found some of significant findings as follows.
Except few church-affiliated Christian universities, Christian colleges in general occupy about 30% of total students whose religion is said protestant. Less than 30% of the entire students who received the worship service are satisfied. More than half of the total said the Chapel service should not be must-taking class. The students rather prefer concert or musical and drama to sermon or traditional worship service. The fact has not been changed since 10 years ago. However, a recent study conducted by Yonsei University says, though the immediate response to the chapel service turns negative, alumni/ae positively evaluated the Chapel"s influence on their religious orientation. This will say there surely is a difference between in school and out of school in their attitude about the University"s chapel service. It is out of question to say that crisis is coming toward the Korean Christian college and its religious service on campus. However, this crisis is nothing new. In fact the crisis was there 10 years ago. Thus we need to seek feasible resolutions against this crisis with more vigorous enthusiasm.
First, the pessimism needs to be cleared about the Christian university"s chapel service. That is, we must not give it up or weaken our motivation. Younger Oh once said the Christian identity must be defined by the Christian university in terms of founding ethos. With a firm foundation of Christianity, the Christian university needs to upgrade and update its religious service.
Second, professionally trained chaplains are needed in order to fulfill the university"s mission. Culturally skillful and experienced chaplains are able to open a dialogue with non-Christian students. The success of the Chapel service is heavily dependent upon the campus ministers. However, the currently hired ministers are the graduates who received an old fashioned theological education mostly at the denominational seminaries. Moreover, their employments are not on the tenure track. Within the current working condition, the university may not obtain able and well trained clerical manpower.
Third, the top manager and staffs must be at least Christians; otherwise the school easily put the Christian values aside. Some of the staffs and top manager of the Christian schools are found non-Christian, even shaman follower. The staffs of the Christian university are the policy maker, and the Chapel service is the foremost policy issue that they have faced every year.
Fourth, the Christian university considers the first priority of Chapel"s class time on the entire curricular schedule. Younger Oh insists that the chapel service of the university is the key concern for every member of the Christian university so that all of the faith community will be able to participate with no stress.
Fifth, most of Christian colleges are private. Thus theoretically they can freely operate the school for example in recruiting students, etc. However, the Christian colleges in Korea have received financial aids from the Government

영어 초록

This article aims at presenting some of ideas that can be helpful for improving Christian university's chapel service in Korea. Three points are to make in order to achieve the objective. First of all, a theoretical foundation on Christian college's worship service is reviewed in light of its meaning and significance. Second, the participant's needs are surveyed in order to improve the chapel at Christian colleges. For identifying the student's need and attitude of their chapel service, the researcher took 1800 students of first and second year at Hoseo University, Cheonan, Korea. And lastly, feasible ideas are presented based on the previous studies' findings and the results of the survey conducted by the researcher. As the result of the survey, this study has found some of significant findings as follows.
Except few church-affiliated Christian universities, Christian colleges in general occupy about 30% of total students whose religion is said protestant. Less than 30% of the entire students who received the worship service are satisfied. More than half of the total said the Chapel service should not be must-taking class. The students rather prefer concert or musical and drama to sermon or traditional worship service. The fact has not been changed since 10 years ago. However, a recent study conducted by Yonsei University says, though the immediate response to the chapel service turns negative, alumni/ae positively evaluated the Chapel's influence on their religious orientation. This will say there surely is a difference between in school and out of school in their attitude about the University's chapel service. It is out of question to say that crisis is coming toward the Korean Christian college and its religious service on campus. However, this crisis is nothing new. In fact the crisis was there 10 years ago. Thus we need to seek feasible resolutions against this crisis with more vigorous enthusiasm.
First, the pessimism needs to be cleared about the Christian university's chapel service. That is, we must not give it up or weaken our motivation. Younger Oh once said the Christian identity must be defined by the Christian university in terms of founding ethos. With a firm foundation of Christianity, the Christian university needs to upgrade and update its religious service.
Second, professionally trained chaplains are needed in order to fulfill the university's mission. Culturally skillful and experienced chaplains are able to open a dialogue with non-Christian students. The success of the Chapel service is heavily dependent upon the campus ministers. However, the currently hired ministers are the graduates who received an old fashioned theological education mostly at the denominational seminaries. Moreover, their employments are not on the tenure track. Within the current working condition, the university may not obtain able and well trained clerical manpower.
Third, the top manager and staffs must be at least Christians; otherwise the school easily put the Christian values aside. Some of the staffs and top manager of the Christian schools are found non-Christian, even shaman follower. The staffs of the Christian university are the policy maker, and the Chapel service is the foremost policy issue that they have faced every year.
Fourth, the Christian university considers the first priority of Chapel's class time on the entire curricular schedule. Younger Oh insists that the chapel service of the university is the key concern for every member of the Christian university so that all of the faith community will be able to participate with no stress.
Fifth, most of Christian colleges are private. Thus theoretically they can freely operate the school for example in recruiting students, etc. However, the Christian colleges in Korea have received financial aids from the Government. When student filed a lawsuit against the chapel service for their religious freedom, the Christian university needs to prepare the legal defense for doing religious service and education on campus as one of the manifested curriculum. Youngjin Choi argued that the Christian university seeks for the balance between the right of Christian education by the university and the student's freedom for choosing a religion.
Finally, various and creative ideas for saving the Chapel service at Korean Christian universities have been sought and practiced over the years. However, the best idea is that can change the Chapel service atmosphere. What could be the most feasible idea improving the current college chapel? Some college imports the idea of ballet performance; other does the talk show format like Oprah Winfrey's. However none of these turns out to be long lasting winner. Well, the college students these days are the key holder that can feasibly improve the worship service. The Christian college worship service is neither a variety show nor heavily holy worship. The truth is rather in us; our passion, devotion and endeavor for leading young college students to Christ.

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