明代回族與基督徒社會生活的比較研究: 外來宗教如何植根中國社會的歷史探討

Translated title of the contribution: The social life of the Hui ethnic group and Christians in the late Ming Dynasty: How Foreign Religions Attempted to Implant in the Chinese Society

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Abstract

This article aims to offer a comparative study on how the Hui ethnic group and Christianity try to implant themselves in the late Ming Chinese society. Though the Hui's Islam is an ethnic religion and Christianity is spreading, the strategies of both religions in attempting to implant in Chinese society are similar: they chose to accommodate with the Confucianism. It is unfortunate that though the foreign religions tried to assimilate with Confucianism, the Chinese Confucian society was still quiet intolerant to them at that time.
Translated title of the contributionThe social life of the Hui ethnic group and Christians in the late Ming Dynasty: How Foreign Religions Attempted to Implant in the Chinese Society
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)153-179
Number of pages27
Journal建道學刊
Volume32
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2009

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