During Ecumenical Advocacy Days, a delegation from the National Council of Churches in Korea came to visit the United States and meet with Senate offices and the State Department. Their message? Koreans, from both the North and South, are terrified of war.
In this episode, we will talk with three leaders from the National Council of Churches in Korea about what’s going on in the Korean Peninsula today and how it affects regional and global peace. You’ll hear about their audacious plans for a permanent peace between North and South, and how powerful interests in the US are making things worse, not better. With tensions on the rise and nuclear weapons on the table, I think you’ll find this to be one of the more important discussions we’ve had here.