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All articles in category North Korea

September 1998

MISSIONARY SPOTLIGHT

North Korea(Democratic People's Republic of Korea)History of the church in North and South KoreaThe first known Protestant martyr in Korea was the Welsh missionary, Robert Thomas, who was killed in 1866 while preaching and distributing Scriptures in the north of the country. Protestantism first took root in 1882, when Suh Sang-yun, a Korean convert…

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September 1998

MISSIONARY SPOTLIGHT

North KoreaArea: 46,500 square miles. China forms the northern boundary, and South Korea the southern. Environment: Rugged mountains with narrow valleys, and a western coastal plain. The mountains are covered with coniferous and deciduous forests. The climate tends to be harsh, with long and severe winters. The coastal plain, with its five alluvial rivers, is…

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September 1998

MISSIONARY SPOTLIGHT

North KoreaThe church in North Korea todayThe present state of the church in North Korea is not easily gauged. There were about 400,000 professing Christians in the North in 1945, with many living in the capital, Pyongyang. By the end of the Korean War there were 100,000. Many emigrated to the South as a…

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