Since the late twentieth century, religion in its varied forms has come to play an increasingly visible and dynamic role in Chinese society. Many religious traditions have revived their activities and organizations and rebuilt their temples, mosques, and churches. Although religious revival may be an inevitable aspect of great social, economic, and political transformations, many people perceive a moral and spiritual crisis in China today. This crisis is becoming a focus for many people who are concerned about the future of China and, to some degree, the future of our globalizing world. The way to a better future for China is through political, economic, and social reforms, whereas the foundation of a better future for China is believed by many people to be a spiritual renewal. While religion in China is rising and diversifying amid rapid social changes, it has attracted the growing interest of scholars, journalists, policy makers, businesspeople, and the general public. Meanwhile, we have seen significant progress in the social scientific study of religion in Chinese societies since the beginning of the twenty-first century. In response to this growing field, we are excited to launch Review of Religion and Chinese Society . For the purposes
Review of Religion and Chinese Society – Brill
Published: Apr 20, 2014
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