From Salvation to Spirituality: Popular Religious Movements in Modern Japan

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Susumu Shimazono, one of Japans foremost sociologists of religion, deals with the development of popular religious and spiritual movements in Japan in the nineteenth and the twentieth centuries. At present, it is estimated that more than ten percent of Japans total population are members of the so-called New Religions. While Buddhist and Shintoist influences remain pronounced, there are many other features common to modern Japans popular religious thinking. Through a careful study of these features, the author examines ...

From Salvation to Spirituality: Popular Religious Movements in Modern Japan 2004, Trans Pacific Press

ISBN-13: 9781876843137

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From Salvation to Spirituality: Popular Religious Movements in Modern Japan 2004, Trans Pacific Press

ISBN-13: 9781876843120

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