Encounters of Christianity with Korean Religions

Addison, James Thayer. "Chinese Ancestor Worship: A Study of Its Meaning and Its Relations with Christianity." The Church Literature Committee of the Chung Hua Sheng Kung Hui, 1925.

Baynes, Thomas Spencer. ed. "ReligionsEncyclopedia Britannica (New York: Henry G. Allen & Co., 1888), 358-371.

0 chungcs.jpg - 3.14 Kb Chung, Chai-sik. A Korean Confucian Encounter with the Modern World: Yi Hang-No and the West. Berkeley, CA: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, 1995.

--------. The Encounter Between the Gospel and Neo-Confucian Culture, Geneva: WCC, 1997. 

0 david chung.jpg - 3.53 Kb Chung, David. Syncretism: The Religious Context of Christian Beginnings in Korea. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.  2001.

Editor of the Homiletic Review. "Pleas of Japanese Buddhists," Homiletic Review (June 1901): 568-569. 

Ellinwood, Frank F. Oriental Religions and Christianity. New York: Scribners, 1892. 

duncan con.jpg - 6.49 Kb Elman, Benjamin A., Duncna, John B., Ooms, Herman eds. Rethinking Confucianism: Past and Present in China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam. Los Angles: UCLA, 2002.

Faber, Ernst. "Genesis and Development of Confucianism," The World's Parliament of Religions Vol. 2. 1350-1353. Chicago: Parliament's Publishing, 1893

Gifford, Daniel L. "Ancestral Worship as Practiced in Korea." Korean Repository I (June, 1892): 169-176.

Grayson, James H. “Christianity and State Shinto in Colonial Korea: A Clash of Nationalism and Religious Beliefs,Diskus 1/2 (1993):13-30.

--------. Early Buddhism and Christianity in Korea: A Study in the Emplantation. Brill Academic Publication, 1997.

--------. Korea--A Religious History. Routledge; Revised edition, 2002.

Junkin, William M. "The Tong Hak." Korean Repository II (February 1895): 56-61.

Hall, Charles Cuthbert. The Universal Elements of the Christian Religion: An Attempt to interpret Contemporary Religious Conditions. New York: F. H. Revell, 1905.

--------. Christ and the Eastern Soul: The Witness of the Oriental Consciousness to Jesus Christ. Chicago: University of Chicago Pres, 1909. 

Holcomb, Helen H. Men of Might in India Missions: The Leaders of Their Epochs, 1706-1899. New York: F. H. Revell, 1901.

Hong,Sung Wook, Naming God in Korea: The Case of Protestant Christianity. Wipf & Stock Publishers. April 2009.

Kellogg, Samuel Henry.    The Genesis and Growth of Religion . New York and London: Macmillan,  1892.

--------.  A Handbook of Comparative Religion. Philadelphia: Westminster, 1899.  

0 img0104.jpg - 16.59 Kb Kil Sôngju, 만사성취 Masaseongchwi[Attaining All Things], 1916. tr. byDeberniere J. Torrey. Seoul: KIATS, Jan. 2008.

Kim, Kyoungjae 김경재. Christianity and the Encounter of Asian Religions: Method of Correlation, Fusion of Horizons, and Paradigm Shifts in the Korean Grafting Process. Zoetermeer, Netherlands: Uitgeverji Boekencentrum, 1995.

Kim, Sanggeun 김상근. Strange Names of God: The missionary translation of the divine name and the Chinese responses to Matteo Ricci's Shangti in Late Ming China, 1583-1644. New York, Peter Lang, 2004.

Kim, Sunghae and Heisig, James W. eds. Monasticism Buddhist and Christian: The Korean Experience. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2008. Book review by Keenth Lee

Landis, E.B. "Geomancy in Korea," Korean Repository V (February 1898): 41-46.  

Lee, Choongsoon 이중순. Alfred North Whitehead and Yi Yulgok: Toward a Process-Confucian Spirituality in Korea, University Press of America, 2006.

Lee, Jung Young이정용. Korean Shamanistic Rituals. New York: Mouton, 1981. 

               ed. Ancestor Worship and Christianity in Korea. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, 1988.

Lee, Peter K  [Li Jingxiong] 李景雄. Confucian-Christian encounters in historical and contemporary perspective. Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen Press, 1991.

Legge, James. Religions of China: Confucianism and Taoism Described and Compared with Christianity New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1880.

Lew, Young Ick 류영익. “Late Nineteenth-Century Korean Reformers’ Receptivity to Protestantism: The Case of Six Leaders of the 1880s and 1890s Reform Movements,” Asian Culture 4 (1988): 153-196.

Nevius, John L. Demon Possession and Allied Themes. New York: F. H. Revell, 1896.

Oh, Sanghak 오상학, "The Recognition of Geomancy by Intellectuals during the Joseon Period," Review of Korean Studies 13-1 (March 2010): 121-147.

Ohlinger, Franklin. “How Far Should Christians be Required to Abandon Native Customs,” Report of the General Conference of the Protestant Missionaries of China (Shanghai: American Presbyterian Mission Press, 1890), 603-609.

Paik, Jong-Koe 백종구. Constructing Christian Faith in Korea: The Earliest Protestant Mission and Ch’oe Pyŏng-hŏn. Zoetemrmeer: Uitgeverij Boekencentrum, 1998.

0 palmer.jpg - 2.81 Kb Palmer, Spencer J. Korea and Christianity. Seoul: Hollym Corporation, 1967.

Ro, Kil-myung 노길명. “New Religions and Social Change in Modern Korea History," Review of Korean Studies 5.1 (June 2002): 31-62.

Shin, Kisôn, 儒學經緯 Yuhak Kyŏngwi [The Warp and Woof of Confucianism]. Seoul: Hakpu, 1896.

0 st.jpg - 6.61 Kb Stanley, Brian. The World Missionary Conference, Edinburgh 1910. Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 2009.

Underwood, H. G. The Religions of Eastern Asia. New York: McMillan, 1910.