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Outline of Shinto teachings

Outline of Shinto teachings

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Published by Jinja Honcho (the Association of Shinto Shrines) in Tokyo .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by Shinto Committee for the IXth International Congress for the History of Religions.
ContributionsInternational Congress for the History of Religions (1900-1960) (9th : 1958 : Tokyo, Japan, etc.).
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 87/7551 (B)
The Physical Object
Pagination33 p. ;
Number of Pages33
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2492456M
LC Control Number87461669


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It has enjoyed a symbiotic relationship with Buddhism such that Buddhism will perform Shinto funerals and Shinto performs Buddhist weddings. This unity is. The Urantia Book's synopsis of Shinto.

VII. SHINTO. The Religion of Nature Worship, Emperor Worship, and Purity. Shinto (the way of the gods), traditionally dating back to B. is a loosely organized religion of the Japanese people embracing a wide variety of beliefs and practices.

Shinto ( Shintō) is the name given to the non-Buddhist religious practices of Japan. The word Shinto ("Way of the Gods") was adopted first from the written Chinese (), combining two kanji: "shin" (), meaning gods or spirits (originally from the Chinese word shen); and "tō" (), meaning "do", or a philosophical path or study (originally from the Chinese word tao).

The word Shinto comes from the Chinese word "Shen-tao" which means "the way of the gods. " Shintoism is not compatible with the teachings of the Bible, and differs from Christian doctrine at many points.

First, Shinto teaches that the Japanese people and the islands of Japan receive divine favor that the rest of the world does not enjoy. Book Description. Shinto - A Short History provides an introductory outline of the historical development of Shinto from the ancient period of Japanese history until the present day.

Shinto does not offer a readily identifiable set of teachings, rituals or beliefs; individual shrines and kami deities have led their own lives, not within the confines of a narrowly defined Shinto, but rather as.

Shinto - A Short History provides an introductory outline of the historical development of Shinto from the ancient period of Japanese history until the present day. Shinto does not offer a readily identifiable set of teachings, rituals or beliefs; individual shrines and kami deities have led their own lives, not within the confines of a narrowly defined Shinto, but rather5(1).

Abstract. Shinto - A Short History provides an introductory outline of the historical development of Shinto from the ancient period of Japanese history until the present day. Shinto does not offer Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins. This book is a convenient guide to Shinto thought. As a reference work, the volume does not offer a detailed critical study of all aspects of Shinto.

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Shinto does not offer a readily identifiable set of teachings, rituals or beliefs; individual shrines and kami deities have led their own lives, not within the confines of a narrowly defined Shinto, but rather as participants in a Edition description: New Edition. Shinto is finally receiving the attention it deserves as a fundamental component of Japanese culture.

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Shinto - A Short History provides an introductory outline of the historical development of Shinto from the ancient period of Japanese history until the present day. Shinto does not offer a readily identifiable set of teachings, rituals or beliefs; individual shrines and kami deities have led their own lives, not within the.

Shintoism- 2 D. 9thth century: Shintoism as an independent religion almost disappeared (though, as early as the 14th century some called for a return to pure Shinto) E.

17thth century: The Tokugawa regime () sought to isolate Japan from outside sources 1. Buddhism and Christianity were pushed aside 2. Shinto and Japanese Confucianism were strengthened and supported by the. A Shinto book says: The men of this world continue to live after death, and continue to receive the blessings of the gods, that is, the spirits of heaven and earth.

We also, with our incorporeal souls, live together this life of man. The Jinja Honchos Outline of Shinto Teachings gives a reason for this, saying: Shinto is.