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At his home parish in Kansas stands a statue of Father Emil Kapaun, a Catholic priest and military chaplain who died in a POW camp during the Korean War, inscribed with the words, âAll Man, All Priest.â This is a curious inscription since Catholic priests are men by definition. It is not...
The Korean War is known as the most important factor in the reframing of Christianity among the people of South Korea. This paper explores the reframing process in the local context of Cheju Island. Cheju is an interesting region for this research. Its dominant indigenous religions and a...
In the ChosÅn dynasty, intellectuals made conscious efforts to attain the ethics and ethical standards promoted by Neo-Confucianism. This was recognized as a requirement for a scholar to gain a position as a leader in society. Zhu Xiâs theory of kyÅngmul châiji æ ¼ç©è´ç¥ (the...
One of most speculative and philosophical works of the Confucian classics, the Zhongyong (Kor. Chungyong) is also the one demonstrating religiousness. Reading the text in terms of religiousness can be one channel toward understanding its worldview and significance. The present study...
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