Religion under socialism in China / Luo Zhufeng, editor ; translated by Donald E. MacInnis and Zheng Xi'an ; with an introduction by Donald E. MacInnis ; with a foreword by K.H. Ting Luo, Zhufeng

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Luo, Zhufeng
20th century.; Socialism and religion - China.; China -- Religion -- 20th century
  • History and characteristics of religions in China
  • Fundamental changes in the status of religion after the founding of the nation
  • Reasons for the persistence of religion
  • Coordinating religion with socialist society
  • The policy of freedom of religious belief
  • Appendices. To Pi County and back : field studies on social sources of religion in northern Jiangsu province (June 1983) ; A survey of productive-labor projects in Buddhist monasteries of Fujian ; Why some young people become Buddhists ; The current situation of Daoism in Qingchengshan, Sichuan Province ; A survey of Christian retired workers in a Shanghai district ; The church at the foot of Changbai Mountain : a survey of Christianity among the Korean people in the northeastern provinces ; Religious faith of fishing people in Qingpu County : the importance of implementing the policy on religion for bringing unity with the masses of believers ; Adapting Islam to Chinese socialist practice in Xinjiang ; The rich soil on which Christianity grows in an Anhui county.
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