REL 134 Week 4 DQ 3
REL 134 Week 4 DQ 3
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REL 134 Week 4 DQ3 What elements of Taoism Confucianism and Shinto are characteristic of Eastern religious traditions studied in this course Daoism Confucianism and Buddhism have collectively been called the three doctrines Molloy 2010 These three doctrines have had a tremendous cumulative effect on Chinese culture throughout Chinese history Buddhism is a religion that was founded in India but went to China along the trade route known as the Silk Road Daoism and Confucianism are two belief systems that have their roots and origins inside of China and developed in the same areas during the same time periods Molloy 2010 Buddhism had the effect of changing Daoism to give a greater focus on organization Buddhism arrived in China during the rst century CE and was brought my Buddhist monks who built monasteries and temples that still leave a great impression on Chinese culture and history today Buddhism also had a great effect on Daoism After Buddhism39s introduction in China Daoism practitioners produced many sacred books Some of the topics of these sacred books are meditation sexual yoga breathing exercises ecstatic excursion to the stars longevity recipes recipes that bring magical powers alchemy manuals and ritual descriptions Laozi and Confucius both shared some of the same fundamental teachings in the root of their schools of thought that later developed into Daoism and Confucianism With the organizational focus Confucian ideas are taught in organizations such as companies schools and government agencies of Ease Asian companies The television also offers programs about Confucian instruction in East Asia Outside of the organizational focus Confucianism also has minor focuses on consensus loyalty thriftiness hard work uprightness honesty and self control Molloy 2010 states that Shinto is not a term that originated in Japan but was carried to Japan when Buddhism spread from China Before Buddhism had a presence in Japan the one religion that was believed and practiced did not have a name but was universally agreed upon to be the common practice Molloy M 2009 EBOOK COLLECT0N Molloy M 2010 Experiencing the world T religions Tradition challenge and change 5th ed New York NY McGra WHil University of Phoenix Custom Edition eBook New York NY Retrieved from University of Phoenix Rel133 website
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