Religion in China: Universism

a Key to the Study of Taoism and Confucianism by Jan Jakob Maria de Groot

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  • China,Confucius,religion,Confucianism,Taoism,Dao,
  • Religion / Comparative Religion
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Number of Pages354
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ISBN 101402109717
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Religion in China universism, a key to the study of Taoism and Confucianism / by: Groot, J. J. M. de Published: () The religion of the Chinese by: Groot, J. J. M. de Mengjia Longshan Temple is a Chinese folk religion temple. Statue of Mazu (Chinese sea goddess) in Kinmen.. Religion in Taiwan is characterised by a diversity of religious beliefs and practices, predominantly those pertaining to the continued preservation of year old ancient Han Chinese culture and ancient Chinese religion. Freedom of religion is inscribed in the constitution of the.   This article contends that the traditional Chinese concept of jiao (teaching) has, through translation, greatly influenced the conceptual development of ‘religion’ in English-language scholarship. The article first demonstrates how the historical development of jiao in Chinese reveals numerous previously neglected patterns of Chinese spirituality.

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Religion in China: Universism, a Key to the Study of Taoism and Confucianism — A course of lectures on some religion, or phase of religion, from an historical point of view, or on a subject germane to the study of religions, shall be delivered annually, or at such intervals as may be found practicable, in the different cities represented.

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About this Book Catalog Record Details. Religion in China; universism. a key to the study of Taoism and Groot, J. de (Jan Jakob Maria), View full. Religion in Taiwan is characterised by a diversity of religious beliefs and practices, predominantly those pertaining to Chinese culture.

Freedom of religion is inscribed in the constitution of the Republic of ing to the census of35% of the Taiwanese population adhered to Buddhism, 33% to Taoism (including local religion), % to Christianity, % identified themselves as. Jan Jakob Maria De Groot has 17 books on Goodreads with 10 ratings.

Jan Jakob Maria De Groot’s most popular book is Religion in China - Universism: A Key. Critics of universalism state that the identical Greek term "aionas ton aionon," which means "ages of the ages," is used in the Bible to describe both the eternal worth of God and the eternal fire of ore, they say, either God’s worth, like the fire of hell, must be limited in time, or the fire of hell must be neverending, like God’s : Jack Zavada.

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by: In the study of comparative religion, the East Asian religions or Taoic religions form a subset of the Eastern group includes Chinese religion overall, which further includes Ancestral Worship, Chinese folk religion, Confucianism, Taoism and so-called popular salvationist organisations (such as Yiguandao and Weixinism), as well as elements drawn from Mahayana Buddhism that form.

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Religion in China - Universism 作者: J. De Groot 出版社: Campbell Press 副标题: A Key to the Study of Taoism and Confucianism 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装. The Religion of China, Confucianism and Taoism.

Max Weber & Hans H. Gerth - - Philosophy 28 () The Anti-Intellectual Tradition in Chinese Philosophy. Religion in China - Universism - a Key to the study of Taoism and Confucianism by JM Groot Confucianism and its rivals by Herbert Giles The Dragon, Image, and Demon - Confucianism, Buddhism, and Taoism, giving an account of the mythology, idolatry, and demonolatry of the Chinese by HC DuBose Author: Heinz Schmitz.

Chinese folk religion or Chinese popular religion is the religious tradition of the Han Chinese, in which government officials and common people of China share religious practices and beliefs, including veneration of forces of nature and ancestors, exorcism of harmful forces, and a belief in the rational order of nature which can be influenced by human beings and their rulers.

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Jin and Qiu ’ s Zhongguo zongjiao. Jan Jakob Maria de Groot (18 February 24 September ) was a Dutch sinologist and historian of religion.

He taught at Leiden and later in Berlin, and is chiefly remembered for his monumental work, The Religious System of China, Its Ancient Forms, Evolution, History and Present Aspect, Manners, Customs and Social Institutions Connected Therewith/5.

The Emperor Shen-Nung, who was mythological, is a component of Chinese folk religion, creator of agricufture, and one of the gods most widely worshipped in pre-revolutionary China.

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Religion in China: Universism: a key to the study of Taoism and Confucianism Universiamus: die Grundlage der Religion und Ethik, des Staatswesens und der Wissenschaften Chinas Dao jiao ru shi zhuan xiang yu ru xue shi su shen xue hua de guan xi / Liu Difan zhu. Oriental religions and their relation to universal religion - S.

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Smith () Religion in China - J. Edkins () Religion in China; universism. a key to the study of Taoism and Confucianism - J. Groot ().Chinese folk religion (also known as Chinese popular religion or simply Chinese religion) is the religious tradition of the Chinese, in which government officials and common people of China share religious practices and beliefs, including veneration of forces of nature and ancestors, exorcism of harmful forces, and a belief in the rational order of nature which can be influenced by human.De Groot, J.J.M.

Religion in China. Universism: a Key to the Study of Taoism and Confucianism, New Haven, Yale University Press: Caodaism as History, Philosophy and Religion.