Caodaism: Vietnamese Traditionalism and Its Leap Into Modernity

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Nova Publishers, 2001 - Religion - 211 pages
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Contents: Preface; Ideological and Historical Roots; Emergence of Caodaism; Caodaism Doctrine and Canon; Caodaism Spiritism and Millenarism; Caodaist Hierarchy and Rituals; Caodaism:1927-1930; Caodaism: 1930-1940; Foreign Mission; Caodaism: 1940-1955; Caodaism: 1955-1975; Tay Ninh Church; Caodaist Sectarianism; Caodaism in Post-1975 Vietnam; Epilogue; Bibliography; Index.
 

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Contents

Ideological and Historical Roots
1
Emergence of Caodaism
17
Caodaist Doctrine and Canon
29
Caodaism Spiritism and Millenarism
45
Caodaist Hierarchy and Ritials
53
Caodaism 19271930
63
Caodaism 19301940
73
Foreign Mission
85
Caodaism 19551975
107
Tay Ninh Church
115
Caodaist Sectarianism
123
Caodaism in Post1975 Vietnam
151
Epilogue
177
Bibliography
187
Index
207
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