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Christianity in Korea

February 25 2018
February 25 2018

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The Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games are officially over. If you managed to watch any of the olympics without reading Joel Kim's articles on the games, now is the time to fix this.

Kim, the president of Westminster Seminary California, is a Korean-American who was born in South Korea. His perspective on the Games in Korea is truly eye-opening. For instance, the role that Pyeonchang played in early 20th century Evangelical Christianity is astounding (a story we never heard from NBC!). Read these five (short) articles!



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