The spread of the gospel is usually attributed to foreign missionaries, but the story is different on this Asian peninsula.
Kirsteen Kim and Hoon Ko
We tend to think that Christianity entered foreign lands only due to missionary work. Not so in Korea. Until the late 19th century, the mountainous Korean Peninsula was governed tightly by a Confucian tradition and closed off to most foreigners. Missionaries found it difficult to penetrate the reclusive ...