Conservative Presbyterian Church in Korea
|Conservative Presbyterian Church in Korea|
|Region||Republic of Korea|
The Conservative Presbyterian Church in Korea was formed in 1963 when Pastor Kim Oh-Sung gathered 102 congregations to form a new denomination. Choi Sung-Gon became the moderator. Their conviction was that the neo-orthodox theology was the main reason of the division between the Presbyterian Church in Korea (TongHap) and the Presbyterian Church in Korea (HapDong). The conservative Calvinism was propagated in this new church. For 5–6 years the church was inactive, but now it has 12,000 members and 110 congregations. It affirms the Westminster Confession and the Apostles Creed.