<div>Yes, as Br. Anthony suggested, it is perplexing to come across statements
that are either factually incorrect or stated in such a way that they mislead.
For my part, on the same token, to avoid demonizing or misrepresenting a
scholar who's work I have otherwise benefitted from, I should mention that upon
re-examining Kim's statement, I see that what he's saying can also mean
"characteristic" as opposed to merely "exclusive" or "of one's own ownership,"
which might leave some room for debate ("...cheonjugyohoe-ui <span
style="font-weight: bold;">goyu</span>han yongeo / 천주교회의 <span
style="font-weight: bold;">고유</span>한 용어..."). Unfortunately,
however, without further clarification, such a statement can lead to the wrong
conclusion regarding the facts. Access to other informed opinions are
indispensable in such cases. Many thanks to those members who responded
immediately to help clear up the misinformation.<br><br>Deberniere