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백낙준전집. 2 : The history of protestant missions in Korea(1832-1910)

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백낙준전집. 2 : The history of protestant missions in Korea(1832-1910) / 백낙준 [저].
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서울 :   연세대학교 출판부 ,   1995.  
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xvii, 469 p. : 지도,도판 ; 23 cm.
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8971413816 8971413905 (전10권)
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Table of Contents


목차

Ⅰ. INTRODUCTION = 3

 Country = 6

 The People = 9

 History = 13

 Religions = 19

 Summary = 25

CHAPTER Ⅰ

 Ⅱ. EARLY CONTACT WITH CHRISTIANITY = 28

  Introduction = 28

  The First Jesuit Missionary = 28

  Hendrick Hamel = 29

  Catholic Missions = 30

  Protestant Missionaries : = 43

   Charles Gutzlaff = 43

   R. J. Thomas = 47

   Alexander Williamson = 51

   John Ross = 51

   Hunter Corbett and Calvin W. Mateer = 55

  Bible Societies = 56

  Summary = 58

CHAPTER Ⅱ

 Ⅲ. THE OPENING OF KOREA, 1876 - 1884 = 61

  Introduction = 61

  General Conditions in Korea = 61

  Korea’s Opening to the West = 67

  Missionary Movements in America = 70

  Missionary Appeals from Japan and China = 73

  Conversion of the Korean Students in Japan = 77

  Bible Societies = 80

  Introduction of the M. E. Mission = 81

  Introduction of the Presbyterian Mission = 84

  Independent Chinese missonaries = 87

  Summary = 89

CHAPTER Ⅲ

 Ⅳ. THE ESTABLISHMENT OF MISSIONS, 1885 - 1890 = 91

  Introduction = 91

  Home Base of Missions = 91

  Missionary Movements in America = 95

  Founding of the Presbyterian Mission = 97

  $\acute{E}$meute of December, 1884 = 99

  Missionary Movements in America = 107

  Founding of the M. E. Mission = 110

  Founding of the Government Hospital = 117

  Founding of the M. E. Mission Hospital = 122

  Beginning of Modern Education in Korea = 125

  Founding of the Ewha Girls’School = 126

  Founding of the Pai Chai Boys’School = 128

  Opening of the Presbyterian Mission Orphanage = 130

  Beginning of the Presbyterian Mission Girls’School = 131

  Evangelistic Work = 134

  Literary Work = 141

  The Korean Religious Tract Society = 146

  The Tri - Lingual Press = 148

  The Translations of the Bible = 148

  Bible Societies = 151

  Preaching by Deeds = 153

  Persecutions = 156

  Summary of Missionary Policies = 158

  Summary of Missionary Methods = 159

  Effect on Environment = 161

  Effect on Christianity = 163

  Motives of the Early Converts = 164

CHAPTER Ⅳ

 Ⅴ. OCCUPATION OF THE FIELD, 1891 - 1897 = 168

  Introduction = 168

  General Conditions in Korea = 168

  Missionary Movements in America = 176

  Exploration of the Field = 177

  Itineration = 180

  Pioneers in Northern Korea = 181

  New Societies :

   The Church of England = 184

   The Presbyterian Church of Victoria, Australia = 186

   The Presbyterian Church in the U. S. = 188

   Independent Missions = 190

   The Ella Thing Memorial Mission = 194

   The M. E. Church, South = 195

  Comity = 198

  Mission Policies = 201

  Evangelistic Work in Seoul = 202

  Evangelistic Work in the Country = 204

  Training of the Korean Ministry = 215

  Church Organization = 218

  Discipline = 220

  Self - Support = 226

  Self - Extention = 227

  Educational Work = 228

  Medical Work = 239

  Preaching by Deeds = 243

  Christian Literature = 245

  Language Helps = 248

  The Tri - Lingual Press = 249

  Hymnology = 249

  Bible Work = 251

  “Term” Question = 252

  Bible Societies = 254

  Persecutions = 255

   Conflict with Other Religions = 257

   Social Outlawry = 258

   The Tong Hak Sect and Christianity = 259

  The Korean Christians = 260

CHAPTER Ⅴ

 Ⅵ. THE RISE OF THE CHURCH, 1897-1906 = 263

  Introduction = 263

  General Conditions in Korea = 263

  Evangelistic Work in the Northwest = 272

  Evangelistic Work in the Northeast = 275

  The Canadian Presbyterian Mission = 276

  Evangelistic Work in Central Korea = 279

  Evangelistic Work of the Southern Methodist Mission = 283

  Evangelistic Work in the Southeast = 285

  Evangelistic Work in the Southwest = 287

  The Anglican Mission = 289

  Self - Support = 290

  Self - Propagation = 295

  The Status of Missionaries = 298

  The Training Class System = 300

  Theological Training = 303

  Self - Government = 304

  Educational Work in Seoul = 308

  Educational Work in the Northwest = 316

  Primary School Work for Boys and Girls = 318

  Secondary Education = 319

  The Union Christian College at P’y$\breve{o}$ngyang = 323

  Other Educational Institutions = 324

  Educational Policies and Criticisms = 325

  Medical Work = 330

  Young Men’s Christian Association = 339

  Literary Work = 340

  Bible Translation = 344

  Bible Societies = 346

  Progress Towards Union = 348

  Missions and Politics = 349

  Conflict with Roman Catholics = 353

  Extraterritorial Rights of Missionaries = 354

  Motives of the Korean Christians = 356

CHAPTER Ⅵ

 Ⅶ. THE REVIVAL AND THE GROWTH OF THE CHURCH, 1907-1910 = 359

  Introduction = 359

  General Conditions in Korea = 359

  Missionary Developments in the West = 362

  Evangelistic Work = 367

  Revival and Its Results = 367

  Movements toward Union = 378

  The Division of Territory = 382

  “The Million Movement” = 384

  Church Organization = 387

  Educational Work = 391

  Theological Schools = 401

  Other Educational Institutions = 403

  Criticisms on Educational Work = 403

  Medical Work = 407

  Auxiliary Bodies = 408

  Literary Work = 410

  The Methodist Publishing House = 411

  Bible Work = 412

  Politics and Missionaries = 413

  Conclusion = 417

CHAPTER Ⅶ

 Ⅷ. CONCLUSION = 419

  BIBLIOGRAPHY = 429

   1. Bibliographies = 429 

   2. Official Documents of Governments and Mission Bodies = 429

   3. Mission Reports = 430

   4. Reports of Missionary Organizations at the Home Bases = 431

   5. Voyage Journals = 433

   6. Contemporary Periodicals published in Korea = 433

   7. Contemporary Periodicals published at the Home Bases = 434

   8. Manuscripts = 435

   9. Secondary Materials = 436

APPENDICES = 445

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