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《Journal of Beijing Union University(Humanities and Social Sciences)》 2009-01
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A Study of the Culture of Taoist Temples in Beijing

TONG Xun(Institute of Nationality and Religion of Beijing Union University, Beijing 100191, China)  
Taoism is a native Chinese religion. Like Buddhism, Christianity and Islam, Taoism is also a product of the development of human society to a certain period. It is a historical social phenomenon and has its own course of development. Ever since Nian Tian Chang Temple was established in Beijing area in the year 741 in the Tang Dynasty, the history of the spreading of Taoism and the establishment of Taoist temples by different sects of Taoism in Beijing has started. With a study of Taoist temples in Beijing, from the origin of Taoism in Beijing and the position and function of Taoism in Beijing in diferent historical periods, it can seen that the Taoist temples in Beijing enjoy the function of spreading and preserving social historical culture. They form one of the important pillars of Chinese traditional culture, and at the same time stand as one of the important symbol of the civilization of Beijing city.
【Fund】: 北京市哲学社会科学“十一五”重点规划项目“北京宗教史”阶段成果 课题编号:07AbLS028;; 北京学研究基地A类课题“古都北京的宗教文化”前期成果 课题编号:BJXJD-KT2008-A13
【CateGory Index】: B957.21
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