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Xuanyuandao 軒轅道 "Way of Xuanyuan"a, also known as Xuanyuanism 軒轅教b or Huangdiism 黄帝教c, is a Confucian folk religion of China which was founded in Taipei, Taiwan, in 19521 The founder was Wang Hansheng 王寒生 1899–1989, a legislator2 The Church of Xuanyuan aims to restore the "national religion" of archaic pre-Han dynasty China,3 with Huangdi as the universal God

Contents

  • 1 Theology and practices
  • 2 Diffusion
  • 3 See also
  • 4 Footnotes
  • 5 References
  • 6 Sources

Theology and practicesedit

The Church of Xuanyuan subsumes all the ways of worship to local deities under one national god, Xuanyuan Huangdi 軒轅黄帝 "Xuanyuan the Yellow Deity"d According to the Shiji, Xuanyuan was the name of Huangdi,4 and he is traditionally considered the thearch progenitor god of the Han Chinese race5

Xuanyuanism is based on Confucian rationalism, and therefore rejects practices it considers superstitious that are found in other sects of Chinese folk religion, such as scripture writing through god mediumship6

Diffusionedit

As of 2013 the Xuanyuandao has 200000 adherents in Taiwan and is active in China, where it runs temples, schools, and members take part in the sacrifices celebrated at the Xuanyuan Temple, the largest temple dedicated to Huangdi in the world7 Huangdi is also worshipped in Chinese folk religion by millions of people who do not necessarily belong to the Church of Xuanyuan

See alsoedit

  • Chinese salvationist religions
  • Confucianism
  • Confucian church

Footnotesedit

  1. ^ 軒轅道 Xuānyuándào, traditional characters: 軒轅道 Xuanyuan is said to have been the Yellow Emperor's personal name
  2. ^ 軒轅教 Xuānyuánjiào
  3. ^ 黄帝教 Huángdìjiào, traditional characters: 黃帝教; "faith in the Yellow Deity"
  4. ^ The color yellow huáng 黄 represents earth, the dragon, and the centre of the universe Shangdi in Chinese cosmologies, and is used as a revelative character for the homophone huáng 皇 "august, generative"

Referencesedit

  1. ^ Goossaert, Palmer 2011 p 295
  2. ^ Jochim 2003 p 60
  3. ^ Goossaert, Palmer 2011 p 295
  4. ^ Clart, Jones 2003 p 60
  5. ^ Clart, Jones 2003 p 60
  6. ^ Journal of Chinese Religions, 1997, n 25 p 18
  7. ^ Baidu Baike Encyclopedia: 轩辕教

Sourcesedit

  • Christian Jochim, "Carrying Confucianism into the Modern World: The Taiwan Case" In Philip Clart, Charles Brewer Jones Religion in Modern Taiwan: Tradition and Innovation in a Changing Society University of Hawaii Press, 2003 ISBN 0824825640, pp 48–83
  • Goossaert, Vincent, David Palmer The Religious Question in Modern China University of Chicago Press, 2011 ISBN 0226304167
  • Patricia Eichenbaum Karetzky Journal of Chinese Religions Fall 1997, No 25

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