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Shinto (World Religions) free pdf Developed in prehistoric times, Shinto is the true expression of what it means to be Japanese. Less a formal religious statement than a deeply ingrained way of life, the rituals, traditions, and values of Shinto have both shaped and been shaped by Japanese culture. "Shinto, Third Edition" examines the basic tenets of Shinto, its evolution in response to other religious influences, and how the original Shinto religion - rooted in an agrarian society - survives in this contemporary industrial world. With color photographs and illustrations, a glossary, and an index, this highly attractive reference introduces general readers, religious students, and anyone with an interest in religion to the intriguing Shinto faith. The coverage includes: the idea of kami- the varieties of Shinto- introduction of Buddhism- the importance of shrines- the effects of World War II- and, the growing appeal of Shinto throughout the world.

About Paula R. Hartz

Paula R. Hartz was a teacher and a textbook editor, and specialized in writing nonfiction and educational materials for elementary and secondary school students. She wrote the latest editions of Baha'i Faith, Daosim, Native American Religions, and Zoroastrianism, all from Chelsea House's World Religions set.

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Author : Paula R. Hartz
Publisher : Chelsea House Publishers
Data Published : 15 June 2009
ISBN : 1604131136
EAN : 9781604131130
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 144 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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