East Asian Religions East Asian Religions
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Publisher Description

An introduction to the religious traditions of China, Korea, and Japan, covering the History, Beliefs, Structure, and Practices of Ancient Chinese Religion, Confucianism, Daoism, and Shinto. Richly illustrated with colourful photos, illustrations, maps and charts, as well as audio files and a selection of relevant ancient texts. This eBOOK provides a solid jargon-free introduction to the religions of East Asia for college-level classes or for any reader seeking a neutral presentation of these traditions by an author who has taught extensively in the field for over three decades.

  • GENRE
    Religion & Spirituality
    RELEASED
    2021
    March 19
    LANGUAGE
    EN
    English
    LENGTH
    126
    Pages
    PUBLISHER
    Robinest.org
    SELLER
    Thomas Arthur Robinson
    SIZE
    82.6
    MB

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