There are ethnic factions that exist within the Christian Church in the United States, and every ethnic faction seems to be marked by a set of theological or cultural features that distinguish it from other factions. This paper explores the socio-political history, function, and future direction of the Korean Immigrant Church (KIC). Specifically, this paper analyzes the origins of the robust connection between the Korean immigrant population and Protestant Christianity, the functional importance of the KIC, and demographic changes within KICs in the 21st Century. This paper also discusses a broader application of the KIC to other ethnically homogeneous Christian communities in America.
"Diversity in the American Church: A Case Focus on the Korean Immigrant Church,"
Global Tides: Vol. 17, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.pepperdine.edu/globaltides/vol17/iss1/6