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東アジアの宗教

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比較宗教学の研究において、東アジアの宗教極東の宗教あるいは道教的宗教としても知られる)は東洋の宗教の一部を形成している。このグループには大乗仏教の要素や、儒教神道道教、さらには一貫道や真道、カオダイ教ホアハオ教天道教甑山道などの新宗教も含まれる。




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