Fundamentalist Presbyterian General Assembly in Korea

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The Fundamentalist Presbyterian General Assembly in Korea was founded in 1983 by Pastor Yum Haeng-Soo and Pastor Hwang Oh-Gyo. The reason of the founding a new denominations that they believed that Korean churches were bowing to mammonism, secularism, syncretism and had to return the main tenets of the Bible.Yum Haeng-Soo begun to promote fundamental Reformed theology. In 2004 it had 70,000 members in 216 congregations. It subscribes the Apostles Creed and the Westminster Confession.[1]

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