Modern Syncretic Religious Societies in China. I
Posted on 25. May, 2009 by James Miller
|Title||Modern Syncretic Religious Societies in China. I|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1925|
|Journal||The Journal of Religion|
This article furnishes an unusually valuable picture of modern religion in the making. It describes certain new religious societies in China, giving a careful description of the ideals and practices of each society. Three societies-the T'ong Shan She, the Wu Shan She, and the Tao Yuan are dealt with in the present article. In the next issue two additional societies, the Lu Shen Chen Tao I Hui and the Tao Teh Hsioh She will receive attention.