Religious Diversity in Chinese Thought
P. Schmidt-Leukel, J. Gentz
Springer, Sep 4, 2013 - History - 262 pages
This collection of essays by major scholars analyze the religious diversity in Chinese religion, bringing together topics from traditional and contemporary contexts and Chinese religions' encounters with Western religion.
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