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Chinese church-growth statistics reveal how immigrants are flocking into new congregations. There was a percent growth in Chinese churches in America between and , for a total of congregations. Koreans have embraced Christian belief as have few other Asian groups. More than 20 percent of the population in South Korea is Christian, and the percentage is much higher among Korean immigrants to the United States, with more than 2, Korean churches, attended by about 1 million Korean Americans.
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Some 70 percent of first-generation Korean Americans are affiliated with a Korean church in the United States today. In , federal immigration reform abolished restrictive quotas that for decades had severely limited Asian immigration. This problem was intensified as children of the immigrant wave became young adults attuned to life in the American mainstream. For centuries, the Japanese have had a near legendary resistance to Christian evangelization. However, churches for Japanese Americans have not had the same disputes over language as the Koreans or Chinese.
And leadership problems have not been as prominent. The Japanese-American church also does not have the challenge of coping with an ongoing spurt of new immigrants and rapid population growth. Most users should sign in with their email address. If you originally registered with a username please use that to sign in. To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above. Don't already have an Oxford Academic account?
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