Author: Chai-Shin Yu, Chu Ch'ae-yong, Kim Kyong-jae, Kim Yang-son, Kim Yong-jae, Min Kyong-bae, Yi Mahn=yol, Yun Kyong-no
Publisher: Jain Publishing, 2004.
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From the publisher’s website:
More than two centuries have passed since Catholicism was introduced in Korea. Over a century has passed since the introduction of Protestantism. Membership in the Protestant denomination has grown to over ten million in that period. This volume looks into the development and the rapid rise of Christianity in Korea and modifications to the Christian theology within the Korean historical and cultural context.
Preface – Chai-shin Yu
The Relationship between Korean Catholics and Protestants in the Early Mission Period – Yun Kyong-no
The Birth of the National Spirit of the Christians in the Late Choson Period – Yi Mahn-yoI
A Re-evaluation of the Mission Policies of Nevius – Kim Yong-jae
Compulsory Shinto Shrine Worship and Persecution – Kim Yang-son
National Identity in the History of the Korean Church – Min Kyong-bae
History of the Protestant Church in Korea from a New Perspective – Chu Ch’ae-yong
History and Prospects of the Protestant Church in Korea – Kim Kyong-jae
Epilogue – Yu Chai-shin
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