Theology in the post-Enlightenmental era should satisfy the following theological claims. 1. Theology should be wholly open to public criticism. 2. Theology should respect the Christian tradition. 3. Theology should free itself from the metaphysics of presence. 4. Theology should be reform society. The methode of wide reflective equilibrium makes possible a logical coherence of these four theological claims by introducing the background theory which can mediate them. Karl Popper`s critical rationalism is a suitable background theory. But, it has a theoretical limitation, because it makes a personal commitment to theory peripheral in making a justified knowledge. Therefore, it should be revised by Michael Polanyi`s postcritical philosophy which asserts that personal commitment is necessary in making a justified knowledge. In order to become a theology that is suitable to the post- Enlightenmental era, Minjung theology should supplement the tree points of weakness that appear when it is compared with the ideal type of theology which is constructed by the methode of wide reflective equilibrium. Minjung theology has no point of weakness in that theology should reform society. But, it shows the point of weakness in the three points of the rest. First of all, it should respect the Christian tradition. Minjung theology seems to eliminate a reasonable tradition of Christianity. In addition, Minjung theology should make the theological concepts that can be applied universal and comprehensively. Lastly, Minjung theology should free itself from the metaphysics of presence. It seems that Minjung theology puts Minjung at the place of God. Minjung theology can be a persuasive theology in the post-Enligtenmental era, only when it makes up for these three weak points.