Korean Christian Federation
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|Korean Christian Federation|
|Revised Romanization||Joseon Geuriseudogyo Yeonmaeng|
|McCune–Reischauer||Chosŏn Kŭrisŭdogyo Yŏngmaeng|
The Korean Christian Federation is a state-controlled Protestant body of North Korea that was founded in 1946. The institution today comprises twelve thousand North Korean Christians, and acts as an inter-denominational organization by playing an important liaison role between the government and the Christians. It is one of three official Protestant bodies recognized in the country.
- Armstrong, Charles K. “The Cultural Cold War in Korea, 1945-1950.” The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 62, no. 1, 2003, p.94. www.jstor.org/stable/3096136.
- Christianity in North Korea
- Three-Self Patriotic Movement - state authorized Protestant body in the People's Republic of China
- Korea Buddhists Federation
- Korean Christian Federation at YMCA Korea (Korean)
- Korean Christian Federation documents at the World Council of Churches
- Korean Christian Federation news at North Korean Economy Watch
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