North Korea and Christianity Analytical Essay by Top Papers

North Korea and Christianity
A discussion of Christianity in North Korea.
# 130799 | 2,000 words | 85 sources | 2006 | US


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In this essay, the writer looks at Dae Young Ryu's article, "Fresh Wineskins for New Wine: A New Perspective on North Korean Christianity". The writer points out that this article is subtitled "The Need for a New Perspective" because this topic, though exhaustively researched, has caused considerable contention over the decades. Noting an early general view of this area as communist, the writer looks at attitudes towards Christianity in North Korea.

From the Paper:

"Initially interpreted by westerners to be a communist region absent of genuine religion, North Korea and its burgeoning Christianity was initially viewed as nothing more than hypocrisy and propaganda. Since this early interpretation, newer approaches have dismissed anti-communist sympathies and embraced a more historical, comprehensive approach toward the North Korean people and their attitude concerning religion."

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