Presbyterian Church in Korea (Ko-Ryu-Anti-Accusation)

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The Presbyterian Church in Korea (Ko-Ryu-Anti-Accusation) is a conservative Presbyterian denomination in South Korea. It split from the Presbyterian Church in Korea (Koshin). Koshin General assembly was divided into Anti-accusation and accusation groups. The General assembly decided to bring song Sang-Suk to court the anti accusation group separated in 1976. Later KoRyu divided and a significant part reunited with Koshin. In 2004 it had almost 200 congregations and 66,345 members and 391 ordained ministers. The church subscribes the Apostles Creed and Westminster Confession.[1]

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  1. ^ Johannes a Lasco Library (2004-02-27). "Address data base of Reformed churches and institutions". Reformiert-online.net. Retrieved 2013-07-21.