Protestantism: General

 
 
 
  

Introductions to the History of Christianity in Korea
 
Clark, Donal N. "Christianity in Modern Korea," Education about Asia. 11, 2 (Fall 2006): 35-39. 
 
Grayson, James H. "A Quarter-Millennium of Christianity in Korea," in Buswell, Robert E. Jr. and Lee, Timothy S. eds. Christianity in Korea. Honolulu: University of Hawaii, 2005, 13-31.
 
Kim, Andrew E. "Protestantism in Korea and Japan from the 1880s to the 1940s," Korea Journal 45.4 (Winter 2005): 261-290.
 
 
 

Books, Dissertations, and Articles 

 
Appenzller, H. G. and Jones, G. H. [Editors] “Christian Missions and Social Progress,” Korean Repository 5 (February 1898): 64-69.
 
--------. Methodist Episcopal Church Missions. New York: Open Door Emergency Commission, 1905.
 
Bernheisel, Charles F. The Apostolic Church as Reproduced in Korea. New York: Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., 1912.    
 
Blair, William Newton. The Korea Pentecost: And Other Experience on the Mission Field. New York: BFM of the PCUSA, 1910.
 
_________. Gold in Korea. Topeka, Kansas:H. M. Ives and Sons, 1957.
 
_______. Chansung’s Confessions. Topeka, Kansas:H. M. Ives and Sons, 1959.
 
Bonwick, William G. ed. The Korea Missions Year Book. Seoul: Christian Literature Society Korea, 1928.
 
 
Brown, George T. Mission to Korea. Nashville: Board of Foreign Missions, PCUS, 1962.
 
Buskirk, James Dale Van, Korea:Land of the Dawn. New York:Missionary Education Movement of the United States and Canada, 1931.
 
Clark, Charles A. First Fruits in Korea: A Story of Church Beginnings in the Far East. New York: F. H. Revell, 1921.
 
--------. The Korean Church and the Nevius Methods. New York: F. H. Revell, 1930.
 
--------. The Nevius Plan for Mission Work. Seoul: Christian Literature Society, 1937.
 
Cooper, S. Kate. Evangelism in Korea. Nashville: Board of Missions, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 1917.
 
Corfe, C. John. The Anglican Church in Corea. London; Livingstones; Seoul: Seoul Press, 1905.
 
Davis, George T. B. Korea for Christ. New York: F. H. Revell, 1910.
 
Fenwick, Malcolm C. The Church of Christ in Corea. New York: Hodder & Stoughton-Doran, 1912.
 
Fisher, J. Earnest. Pioneers of Modern Korea. Seoul: Christian Literature Society of Korea, 1977.
 
Gale, James S. Korean Sketches. New York: F. H. Revell, 1898.
 
--------. Korea in Transition. New York: Laymen's Missionary Movement, 1909.
 
Gifford, Daniel L. Every-day Life in Korea. New York: F. H. Revell, 1898. 
 
Hwang, Jae-Buhm, “A Study of the Fundamentalist Tendency in Korean Protestantism: With Special Reference to the Korean Presbyterian Church,” Acta Koreana (Dec. 2008): 113-142.
 
Ion, A. Hamish. The Cross and the Rising Sun. Vol. 2. Waterloo, Ontario: WilfridLaurier University press, 1997.
 
Jones, G. Heber. Korea: The Land, People, and the Customs. Cincinnati: Jennings & Graham, 1907.
 
Gilmore, William George. Korea from Its Capital: With a Chapter on Missions. Philadelphia: Presbyterian Board of Publication and Sabbath-school Work, 1892.   
 
--------. Korea Today. London: Nelson, 1895.
 
Lee, Jin Gu 이진구. "Korean Protestantism as Viewed by Netizens: A Focus on Recent Activities of Anti-Christian Sites," Korea Journal 44:4 (Winter 2004):  223-245.

Lee, Timothy S. "The Great Revival of 1907 in Korea: Its Evangelical and Political Background."Criterion 40 (Spring 2001): 10-17.

Lee, Young-Hoon 이영훈. “Korean Pentecost: The Great Revival of 1907,” Asian Journal of Pentecost Studies 4/1 (2001): 73-83.
 
Kim, Insoo 김인수. "Protestants and the Formation of Modern Korean Nationalism: Horace Grant Underwood and Sun Chu Kil," Union Theological Seminary, Virginia, Ph. D. dissertation, 1993.
 
Kim, Kristen, “Korean Christian Theologies of the Holy Spirit: Their Distinctiveness and TheirOrigins in Korean Experience,” Acta Koreana (Dec. 2008): 87-112.
 
Moffett, Samuel A.Policy and Methods for the Evangelization of Korea,” Chinese Record 37 (May, 1906): 235-248.
 
Mullins, Mark R. and Young, Richard Fox eds. Perspectives on Christianity in Korea and Japan: The Gospel and Culture in East Asia. Edwin Mellen Press, 1995.
 
Nisbet, Anabel Major. Day In Day Out in Korea. Richmond : Presbyterian Committee of Publication, 1919.
 
Paik, George Nak-chun 백낙준. The History of Protestant Missions in Korea, 1832-1910. Pyeng Yang: Union Christian College Press, 1929.

Pak, Ung Kyu 박응규. Millennialism in the Korean Protestant Church. Peter Lang, 2005.

 
Park, Myung Soo 박명수. “The Korean Pentecost”: A Study of the Great Revival of 1903-1910,” in Charles Yrigoyen, Jr. ed., The Global Impact of the Wesleyan Traditions and Their Related Movements(Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, 2002), pp. 185-200.
 
Reynolds, William D. “Minutes Of the First Meeting of the Executive Committee of the General Council of Evangelical Missions,” Korea Mission Field 2 (April, 1906): 111-112.
 
Rhodes, Harry A. History of the Korea Mission of the Presbyterian church USA, 1884-1934. Seoul: Chosen Mission PCUSA, 1934.
 
Ross, John. “Missionary Methods,” Chinese Record 29 (May, 1898): 247.
 
Sauer, Charles A. Within the Gate. Seoul: Korea Methodist News Service, 1934.
 
Swearer, William B. “Korean Opportunities and Needs,” Students and Modern Missionary Crusade: Addresses Delivered Before the Fifth International Convention of the Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions. 411-413. New York: SVM, 1906.

Trollope, Mark N. The Church of Corea. London: A. R. Mowbray, 1915.

Underwoood, Elizabeth. Challenged Identities: North American Missionaries in Korea, 1884 to 1934. Seoul: Royal Asiatic Society, Korea Branch, 2004.

Underwood, Horace G. The Call of Korea. New York: F. H. Revell, 1908.

Wasson, Alfred, Church Growth in Korea. International Miss Council, 1934.

Yoo, Young-sik 유영식. "The impact of Canadian missionaries in Korea: A historical survey of early Canadian mission work, 1888-1898". Ph.D., University of Toronto, 1996 .