|Statement||Max Weber ; translated and edited by Hans H. Gerth.|
|LC Classifications||BL1801 .W33|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 308 p.|
|Number of Pages||308|
|LC Control Number||51012055|
Format: Paperback. Religions of China in Practice is a wonderful smorgasbord of philosophy, religious stories, poetry and history. The editor sets out to provide an overview of the three main religious traditions of China: Buddhism, Confuciansism and Daoism. This is Cited by: 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. The guiding themes of Chinese religion as it is actually lived! This short work explains basic ideas and practices of Chinese religions in direct and simple language, with many examples and analogies for increased understanding. Its basic assumption is that religion is best understood as an aspect of everyday lifeas something that makes sense to those who practice iteven if outsiders might be. The book represents an attempt to move from one conception of the “Chinese spirit” to a picture of many spirits, including a Laozi who acquires magical powers and eventually ascends to heaven in broad daylight; the white-robed Guanyin, one of the most beloved Buddhist deities in China; and the burning-mouth hungry ghost.
Read this book on Questia. So early as the third century B.C., Buddhism seems to have appeared in China, though it was not until the latter part of the first century A.D. that a regular propaganda was established, and not until a century or two later still that this religion began to take a firm hold of the Chinese people. The crackdown on religion in China is not invisible. Indeed, the state of religious freedom in China was a prominent topic during the recent Universal Periodic Review in . DOI link for Religion in China. Religion in China book. A Brief Account of the Three Religions of the Chinese. Religion in China. DOI link for Religion in China. Religion in China book. A Brief Account of the Three Religions of the Chinese. By Joseph Edkins. Edition 1st Edition. First Published China’s Green Religion: Daoism and the Quest for a Sustainable Future. The I Ching (Book of Changes): A Critical Translation of the Ancient Text. David J. Lebovitz. Pages: Published online: 01 Oct First Page Preview | Full Text | PDF (94 KB).
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. This books encounters the ancient religion of china. The problem of the universe has never offered the slightest difficulty to Chinese philosophers. Before the beginning of all things, there was Nothing. In the lapse of ages Nothing coalesced into Unity, the Great Monad. After more ages, the Great M 3/5(2). Pretty good overview. Unlike some other books ive read on this subject there is a focus on certain trends amongst all Chinese religions, such as actual theism and its proliferation into monism dualism and polytheism, ancestor veneration, agnosticism and even materialism/5. “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.