Likewise, Chinese civilization has been influenced by various religious including Confucianism, Buddhism, Taoism, Christianity, Islam and other faiths. In addition to Han people's local religious, there are also various ethnic minority groups who maintain their traditional religions in China. Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism are three core religions. Freedom of religion also is guaranteed by China's constitution, respect for and protection of freedom of religious is a basic policy of Chinese government. (http://baike.baidu.com/link?url=JW08mtyiZiSZalzCbD0Db0gTUFaqsR0FZ43dzkACDdmV1bWb15AHqOUE_KdqndGu0ibFrWKpd-24gO88rfyOe_) In both the Canadian cultural diversity, and the cultural diversity in China, we see they are more alike than different and have lots in common.
Of course each religion interprets this in their own way, but my religion has a heavy emphasis on hard work. I believe that hard work is a direct reflection of upbringing, values, and beliefs. By exposing kids to hard work by a mixture of religion, teaching and upbringing at a young age. Then success will be imminent. Though it may be crazy to believe that a religion will make people work hard, play sports, treat others kindly, and persevere through obstacles.
Religions sometimes exercises outdated values and beliefs that are not suitable for our current generation. This is preventing social change amongst a mass amount of people. Most religions opposes same - sex marriage and women priests. We live in a new age because we are lucky to have the right, freedom of speech. What we should be doing with our voice is promoting human equality despite a person’s gender, age or race.
He aided in the laws and regulations of marriage, so he technically had a large impact on the ideal marriage. He combined the “religious conception of marriage into relation with the life of his people” (Stenton, F. M. (1971). Anglo-Saxon England. Oxford: Oxford University Press). Basically what that means is that Theodore understood the way society was at the time, and he took that with the religious influence of marriage, and tried to make laws and regulations that best fit his people.
The Buddha gives the paper a very strong sense of ethics and that the things in this article are true. The writer talks about a survey that was done by the Journal of Science and the Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman. Just by putting the name of the person that did the survey made it stronger and increased the strength of the argument. The People that the Brooks talks about make the argument its strongest statement. The addition of others ethos make the argument more spiritual, more trustworthy and overall makes the argument easier to believe.
Their teachings are similar. Both of them encourage their followers to question what they are taught so that they can learn from one another. Confucius wants their members to discover the truth by themselves without merely trusting what is told to be true. Questioning for the truth was important to them rather than following the rules that have been set to them. Confucianism has significantly influenced the political and religious life of China.
In China two large rivers, and large mountains around it made China a more insulated place . The biggest effect could also have been the way they started making a school for the kids and the way everyone got along with each other because they all respected each other equally .
Religious practice generally discourages suicide, drug abuse crimes, divorce, and abortion; social problems that we never want in our society. Religion encourages for helping the young and the poor to get educated and escape poverty. Religious people are more likely to be happier: “Those pursuing a personal relationship with God tend to have improved relationships with themselves and with others”
The seals used in each piece represented the calligrapher’s feelings. Chinese calligraphy was originally a method of written communication, but it grew to become so much more. It evolved into a beautiful art form and served as a basis for a new social structure. Calligraphy’s purpose was to be a form of communication. The art that developed from that was one of the most important art forms from ancient
Native Korean, Eujoo Mary Kim, invites readers into a greater depth of understanding the Asian American church tradition in her book Preaching the Presence of God. There she expresses a rich history of the Asian community, largely focusing on the histories of China, Korea, and Japan. One aspect of the Asian American tradition arising from the text which offers understanding for readers from other traditions is the corporate personality. While Asian American have vastly diverse journeys to America, there is shared history and sentiments as ethnic minorities. From these shared experiences, the community as a whole can hope for a shared and united future full of God's promises.