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Gods Collaborator

Stella Price has written a human story that filters some of the complex history of the two Koreas (North and South) through the life of one man who is making a difference in the lives of many in Northeast Asia. His main work is the establishment of two universities in Northeast China and North Korea.

Price calls the book, “God’s Collaborator” as it depicts the attitude of its main subject, Chin-kyung Kim, who fears neither prison nor death, to join forces with his God to serve the people of both Northeast China and North Korea. Chin-kyung Kim is now the president and founder of two universities: Yanbian University of Science and Technology and Pyongyang University of Science and Technology. Chin-kyung’s passion and zeal to serve his people stem from a promise he made to God while serving as a boy soldier on the battlefield in the Korean War of 1950-53.

Chosen for Choson (Korea)

A man with such a dramatic martyrdom and intense commitment which led to that martyrdom is worthy of becoming a legend,” were the words spoken about Dr. Samuel Hugh Moffett about Robert Jermain Thomas, missionary to China and Korea [1839-1866].

Thomas has become legendary in both North and South Korea: in the North he is considered enemy of empire—one who attempted to bring in American imperialism—to many of the Christians in the South he is considered the first martyred Protestant missionary to Korea.

The purpose of this book is not to answer the question as to whether or not the man is a martyr, but to investigate the man, Robert Jermain Thomas and attempt to answer the questions, what were the circumstances that led this man to Asia, and what was the scope and purpose of his work in China and Korea. The answers may lead readers to come to their own conclusions concerning the questions surrounding his martyrdom.

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