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The Korean Church under Japanese Colonialism
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Author: Choi Jai-keun
Publisher: Jimoondang
Pub. Date: Aug 2007
Pages: 262
Cover: Paperback
Dimensions (in inches): 22.3 x 15.3 x 1.8
ISBN: 9788988095232
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It deals with the relationship between the Korean Church and state under Japanese colonial rule. It explores the characters of the new Korean Church and its response to the adversity that their nation faced from the late Joseon dynasty to the Japanese colonial rule from 1910 to 1945. It focuses on how the Korean church copes with the Japanese conspiracy case in 1911 with the March First Independence Movement and the issue of Shinto Shrine worship. Christianity was introduced in Korea at the end of the 19th century. Japanese Imperialism soon followed. The Korean Protestant church was recognized as an independent organization, which is why the Japanese government targeted it and prosecuted 105 people. During the March First Independence Movement, 16 of the 33 national leaders were Christians. The Korean church participated to the March First Independence Movement throughout country, and it suffered the most damages. At the end of the 1930's, the Japanese government forced Koreans to worship the Shinto Shrine in an attempt to crush the Korean national spirit. It was some Christians to protest the Japanese Shinto nationalism. About 50Christians those who protested became martyrs. Korean Christians showed their beliefs to do the right thing for their country.

PREFACE
I. INTRODUCTION: THE JAPANESE INVASION, THE END OF THE KOREAN KINGDOM, AND THE STRUGGLE OF THE KOREAN CHURCH
1. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND: THE JAPANESE INVASION AND THE BEGINNING OF THE CHRISTIAN MISSIONS IN KOREA
2. THE RELATIONS BETWEEN KOREA AND JAPAN BEFORE THE ANNEXATION, AND THE POSITION OF THE MISSIONARIES
3. THE PATRIOTIC AND ANTI-JAPANESE CHURCH
II. THE CONSPIRACY CASE
1. BACKGROUND OF THE CONSPIRACY CASE: ANAK INCIDENT
2. THE CONSPIRACY CASE
3. THE CONSPIRACY CASE AND THE MISSIONARIES
4. JAPANESE PRESSURE AND THE RESPONSE OF THE CHURCH AFTER THE CONSPIRACY CASE
III. THE MARCH FIRST INDEPENDENCE MOVEMENT
1. THE BACKGROUND AND THE REASONS
2. THE INVOLVEMENT OF THE KOREAN CHURCH IN THE INDEPENDENCE MOVEMENT
3. THE MISSIONARIES AND THE INDEPENDENCE MOVEMENT
4. JAPANESE PRESSURE AND THE RESPONSE OF THE CHURCH AFTER THE INDEPENDENCE MOVEMENT
IV. THE SHINTO SHRINE WORSHIP PROBLEM
1. BACKGROUND OF THE SHINTO SHRINE WORSHIP PROBLEM
2. THE ENFORCEMENT OF SHINTO SHRINE WORSHIP
3. THE RESISTANCE TO SHINTO SHRINE WORSHIP
4. THE MAJOR MOTIVES FOR THE CHRISTIAN RESISTANCE TO SHINTO SHINE WORSHIP
5. PERSECUTION, SUFFERINGS AND THE CHANGES OF THE KOREAN CHURCH AFTER THE APPROVAL OF SHINTO SHRINE WORSHIP
V. THE CHANGES OF THE KOREAN CHURCH AFTER THE SHINTO SHRINE WORSHIP ATTENDANCE
1. EMBRYO OF LIBERAL THEOLOGY AND END OF THE ERA OF THE MISSIONARIES AND CONSERVATISM
2. THE ENFORCED ASSIMILATION OF THE KOREAN CHURCHES
3. THE DIVISION OF THE KOREAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CAUSED BY THE SHINTO SHRINE WORSHIP ISSUE
VI. CONCLUSION
APPENDIX I
APPENDIX II
APPENDIX III
BIBLIOGRAPHY
INDEX

 
 

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