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《History Teaching》 2005-06
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The Third Christian Mission To China and Prohibition of Religion in Late Kangxi Era

In late Ming and early Qing Dynasty, the third wave of Christian mi ssions came to China after Tang and Yuan's mission, but different denominations disputed on whether to abide by Chinese traditional etiquette. This was so- cal led Dispute over Etiquette. Then this dispute among Catholic denominations incre asingly became the ideological confrontation between East and West. To defend Ch inese traditional culture, Emperor Kangxi refuted the criticism of Western Catho lic Clergyman, deciding to prohibit the dissemination of Western religion from p artial prohibition to whole exclusion
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