6 edition of The religion of the Chinese found in the catalog.
Reprint of the 1912 ed. published by Macmillan, New York, in series: The Hartford-Lamson lectures on the religions of the world.
|Statement||by J.J.M. DeGroot.|
|Series||Hartford-Lamson lectures on the religions of the world.|
|LC Classifications||BL1801 .G63 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 230 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||230|
|LC Control Number||79002824|
But how many Chinese would there have to be to generate a religion? It could be just one—that Daoist sage in the mountains—but in reality it takes a village, according to Ian Johnson in his wonderful new book, The Souls of China. Chinese religion, Johnson writes, had little to do with adherence to a particular faith. “Religion in a State Society: China” Myron L. Cohen I. INTRODUCTION: CENTRAL POINTS China, the world’s largest society both now and in pre-industrial times, provides an excellent case for consideration of the multifaceted role of religion in the expression of social and political Size: KB.
The main religions in China are Buddhism, Chinese folklore, Taoism and Confucianism among many others. There are still over millions Muslims, who had their won country occupied before s. Moreover, they are still being isolated by the Chinese's dictatorial government as a result of the Uyghurs' religion and rejection of the China corruptions. Chinese Religions: the eBook serves as a comprehensive yet accessible historical survey of Chinese religions. It covers the whole spectrum of Chinese religious history, providing a thorough and balanced coverage of major developments, texts, traditions, beliefs, practices, and institutions.
This is a comprehensive work on the religions of China. As such, it includes an introduction giving an overview of the subject, and the special themes treated in the book, as well as detailed chapters on ancient religions, Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism, Chinese Islam, Christianity in China as well as popular religion. Throughout the book, care is taken to present both the philosophical. The Religion of the Chinese (New York: The Macmillan Co., ), by J. J. M. de Groot. multiple formats at ; page images at HathiTrust; Religions of Ancient China, by Herbert Allen Giles (Gutenberg text) Studies in Chinese Religion (London: Chapman and Hall, ), by Edward Harper Parker (multiple formats at ).
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Let’s further understand the present by looking at the past. The first of your book recommendations is The Religious Question of Modern China by Vincent Goossaert and David Palmer, a primer on the history, politics and diversity of Chinese religion published in Why is this book on your list.
This book has an academic bent to it, but I chose authors who are right for a general audience. This book is good, has moments where it reveals interesting details, as well as moments where it is merely basic review of commonly known facts about Chinese Religions.
Impressively, Julia Ching has chosen to write about all religions of China, both of indigenous and foreign in origin - so Taoism, Confucianism, Buddhism, Christianity and Islam /5(7). The author also mentions the book by C.
Yang Religion in Chinese Society of which happened to have been written by a person with the same family name. As the result of his reasoning Fenggang Yang presents "a definition of religion with classification" dividing the phenomena under study between Full religion, Semireligion, Quasi-religion Cited by: the Chinese Spiritual Life Survey directed by the Purdue University's Center on Religion and Chinese Society concluded that many types of Chinese folk religions and Taoism are practised by possibly hundreds of millions of people; % of the total population or million people practised Chinese ancestral religion, but only 16%.
Chinese religion is not an organized, unified system of beliefs and practices. It has no leadership, headquarters, founder, or denominations. Instead, "Chinese religion" is a term describing the complex interaction of different religious and philosophical traditions that have been influential in nts: million.
Religion in Chinese Society: A Study of Contemporary Social Functions of Religion and Some of Their Historical Factors by Yang, C. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Chinese Religions by Ching, Julia and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Review of Religion and Chinese Society.
Launched inReview of Religion and Chinese Society is an international peer-reviewed journal publishes articles and book reviews in the social sciences and certain humanities articles will be in English, and. From the popular Instant Bible Lessons series, enjoy this fully reproducible lesson book for preschoolers (ages ).
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Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. However -- some genius in its conception of china and the development of religion (or moral positivism as granet might say) in China.
perhaps if I were more inclined towards the study of myth or religion, I'd find this book more enjoyable/5. Ancient Chinese Religion Ro ger R. Keller, "Ancient Chinese Religion," Light and Truth: A Latter-day Saint Guide to World Religions (Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, ), – The veil between the living and the dead has always been this in the Asian world.
The two are interdependent. Religion in China Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.
1. Christianity ( billion followers) - The Holy Bible (Old Testament and New Testament) 2. Islam ( billion followers) - The Quran 3. Hinduism (1 billion followers) - The Vedas 4. Buddhism ( million followers) - Tripitaka (Pali Canon) 5.
SALT LAKE CITY – The Book of Revelation has remained the most mysterious book in the Bible for the last two thousand years. Now, a Chinese man with the knowledge of both eastern religions and. Religion, human beings’ relation to that which they regard as holy, sacred, absolute, spiritual, divine, or worthy of especial reverence.
It is also commonly regarded as consisting of the way people deal with ultimate concerns about their lives and their fate after many traditions, this relation and these concerns are expressed in terms of one’s relationship with or attitude. Annie Dillard’s book taught me, a non-believer, that religion can access deeper truths, says the Dublin-based writer Mark O’Connell.
Chinese folk religion is sometimes seen as a constituent part of Chinese traditional religion, but more often, the two are regarded as synonymous. With around million adherents, or about % of the world population, Chinese folk religion is one of the major religious traditions in the world.
Other articles where Chinese religion is discussed: purgatory: Purgatory in world religions: In medieval Chinese Buddhism, the classical Buddhist understanding of rebirth and transfer of merit merged with traditional practices and beliefs concerning the veneration of ancestors and the placation of potentially troublesome ghosts.
The Chinese Buddhist afterworld is perceived as an imperial. This book brings together the studies of Jeaneane Fowler in Taoism, Chinese popular religion, and the broader canvas of Chinese cosmogony, along with those of Merv Fowler in Confucianism, Ch'an (Zen) Buddhism, and Pure Land Buddhism.
Chinese Religions requires no previous knowledge and thereby serves as an introduction to the religions of China, placing them in the wider context of Chinese.
I review the book, Chinese Religion: An Introduction (Third Edition), by Laurence G. Thompson from The Religious Life of Man Series. J. J. M. (Jan Jakob Maria) de Groot, Ph.D., () was a Dutch Sinologist and historian of religion.
In this scholarly book published inhe details the history, rituals, and beliefs of the major traditional religions of China: universal animism, polydemonism, specters, ancestral.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Groot, J.J.M. de (Jan Jakob Maria), Religion of the Chinese.
Westport, Conn.: Hyperion Press,©“The Religious Question in Modern China is a timely contribution to a maturing field of inquiry. Vincent Goossaert and David A.
Palmer assemble a comprehensive overview of the role of religion in Chinese society from the late nineteenth century to the present.