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The Formation of Shinto
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Amida became borrowed Buddha Buddhist divinities Buddhist priests Buddhist sects Buddhist temples Byron Earhart century China Chinese clans Confucianism cult Dengyo Daishi dhism doctrine elements emperor esoteric Buddhism excerpts faith in Amida festivals feudal foreign forms founder Heian period Hieizan Holtom Honen important influence Japanese Buddhism Japanese Christians Japanese culture Japanese Experience Japanese history Japanese religion Japanese religious history Japanese Tradition Kamakura kami Kobo Daishi Kojiki later Lotus Sutra major medieval Shinto Meiji Restoration Miki modern movement Nara Buddhism Nara period Neo-Confucianism Nichiren organized religion philosophy political popular postwar practices prehistoric Pure Land religion in Japan religious Taoism religious traditions rites rituals sacred power schools scriptures Selected Readings Shingon Shingon sects Shinto and Buddhism Shinto shrines shrine Shinto Shugendo social Soka Gakkai Sources of Japanese Taoistic teaching Tendai Tendai and Shingon Tenrikyo tion Tokugawa government Tokugawa period Tokyo translation unity Western worship