Chad • One of the most important factors leading to widespread acceptance of Christianity in Korea was the identification that many Christians forged with the cause of Korean nationalism during the Japanese occupation (1910–1945).
It made for a dynamic competitor against which Catholics and Buddhists had to compete, as well as the inspiration for numerous smaller sects.
Women had no social rights, children were totally subservient to their parents, and individuals had no rights except as defined by the overall social system. Benin • Korean Christians were subject to persecution and hardship. Yemen, Australia • There are also small communities of Eastern Orthodoxy(정교회/正敎會 Jeonggyohoe, meaning … In this country the herd eats from the Christianity trough-- the Bible is like ground up bone marrow and the lea... ...that justified one egregious proclivity or another in the natural state. Reproduction Date: Algeria • ), Presbyterian Church in Korea (HapDongChinShin II. Samoa • Silhak scholars saw Christianity as an ideological basis for their beliefs and were therefore attracted to what they saw as the egalitarian values of Christianity.