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신사참배에 관한 조선기독교계의 대응양상연구 - 신념체계 분석을 중심으로 - : A Syudy on the Responding Attitude of Korean Christians to Shinsa Shrine Worship

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Authors

이진구

Issue Date
1988
Publisher
서울대학교 종교학연구회
Citation
종교학연구, Vol.7, pp. 67-133
Keywords
황민화 정책조선기독교계신사정책종교 신념체계
Abstract
Japanese military nationalists compelled Korean people to worship at Shinto Shrine during Japanese colonial period. Korean christians responded to this command with various attitudes. The differences in these attitudes was primarily derived from the diversity of belief system, not the intensity of faith. The belief system of Korean christians in those days can be typolized into four types. These four types of belief system responded to Shinsa Shrine worship with different attitudes respectively. In short, (1)dogmatistic-evangelicalists regarded Shinsa Shrine worship as idolatry, and struggled against it. (2)dogmatistic-participationalists attached importance to dogmas and social reform equally. Therefore they avoided such a situation in order to be free from this dilema. (3)spiritualistic-evangelicalists placed primary concern on their own salvation Therefore they took a indifferent stance to this problem, or took a external obedience. {4) spiritualistic -participationalists emphasized social reform while they were relatively free from dogmatic problems. Therefore, they regarded Shinsa Shrine worship as national ceremony, and worshipped at Shinto Shrine positively. The argument of this study is to show the fact that the differences among Korean christians in responding attitude to Shina Shrine worship was primarily derived from the diversity of christian belief system, not the intensity of christian faith.
Language
Korean
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/4994
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College of Humanities (인문대학)Religious Studies (종교학과)종교학연구(Journal of Religious Studies) 종교학연구(Journal of Religious Studies) 07집(1988)
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