Ahn Sahng-hong

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - View original article

  (Redirected from Ahn Sahng-Hong)
Jump to: navigation, search

Ahn Sahng-hong (or Ahnsahnghong) (1918 - 25 February 1985)[1] founded the World Mission Society Church of God (in Korean, 하나님의교회 세계복음선교협회)which considers him the second coming of Jesus, and The New Covenant Church of God which considers him a prophet.

Mr. Ahnsahnghong’s grave is in South Gyeongsang Province where he is buried in the public myosoda at the cemetery (석계공원) near Oeseok-ri.

According to the World Mission Society Church of God, he joined the Seventh-day Adventist Church in 1947. He was baptized in 1948 and founded the Church of God in 1964.

Some people outside the church, familiar with the sect, consider Ahn Sahng-hong a heresiarch.[2]

He was the author of several books,[3] including Visitors from the Angelic World and The Seal of God and the last Plagues. Throughout the 35 chapters of The Mystery of God and The Spring of The Water of Life, Ahn sahng-hong testifies about the importance of keeping the Passover.[2]

See also


  1. ^ 세계 복음전파에 진력(盡力) 다하는 '하나님의교회', 천지일보, make data : 2010-01-11, find data : 2010-08-08
  2. ^ a b "Korea: The Church of God". Korea: The Church of God. Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada. http://www.unhcr.org/cgi-bin/texis/vtx/refworld/rwmain?page=country&docid=42df611d20&skip=&coi=KOR. Retrieved 2007-08-17.
  3. ^ "Church of God World Mission Society website (Korean)". Bible.watv.org. http://bible.watv.org/books. Retrieved 2012-10-10.

External links