Deus Destroyed: The Image of Christianity in Early Modern Japan
'George Elison's exuberant style, his amazing polyglot skills, and his overwhelming erudition make for fascinating reading. I believe this work will be accepted as a major contribution not just to this phase of history in Japan and the history o the Christian church but also other broader and very up-to-date problems of the meeting of cultures.'
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Problems in the Acceptance of Christianity in Japan
Forms of the Rejection of Christianity in Japan
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adherents of Deus Amakusa Arima Bakufu Bateren bonzes Buddha Buddhist Bugyo Bungo byobu Cabral Cartas castle Cieslik and Voss cited Confucian daimyo Daiusu Deus Destroyed doctrine Donin Ebisawa Fabian faith Ferreira Frois Fucan Hayashi Razan heaven and earth Hideyoshi Hiyane human Ieyasu ikki Inoue Irmao Iruman Iwanami Japan Japanese Jesuits Jesus Christus Kami Kan'ei kenkyii Kirishitan Kirishitan Bunko Kirishitan monogatari Kyoto Kyushu land Laures Lord Macao Matsuda and Sakuma mission missionaries monk Myotei mondo Nagasaki Nanban Nanban shiryo Nanbanji Nihon Nippo jisho Nippon Nobunaga Oda Nobunaga Omura Omura Sumitada Organtino original Osaka Otomo Otomo Sorin Padres Portuguese Razan religion religious Sakoku Schiitte Sect Sengoku sentient Shimabara Shinto ship shogun Sorin Sosho Southern Barbarians Sumario Sumitada Suzuki Shosan Taikei Taiko Taisho Takayama Ukon teachings temple Tenri things Toan Tokugawa Tokyo Toyotomi Hideyoshi translation Valignano Xavier Zenshu