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Shinto

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Cindy Vides

on 20 November 2013

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Transcript of Shinto

Shinto

Religious Diffusion
- Founded: No known date or founder. Shinto is the indigenous religion of Japan.
- What roles did expansion and relocation diffusion play in Shinto?
Shintoism is Japans native religion and play’s a big role is Japanese character
- Where the religion is distributed?
Ethnic religions appeal primarily to one group of people living in one place. Shintoism is the distinctive ethnic religion of japan.

By; Cindy Vides & Vanessa Baltazar
- Like About 3,000,000 people practice the religion worldwide.
- Where does it rank in number of followers compared to other religions?



Religion
It’s shrinking because the population is declining. Over time, the is more old people in there religion and no young people joying
Is the religion growing or shrinking in number of followers?
-How do people become a follower/ member of the religion?

You’re mostly born into it if you’re from japan and your parents believe in Shinto religion.

what are the types of diffusion and geographic parents of
expansion?
Religious Beliefs
Therefore, Shinto beliefs focus on the existence and power of the kami, or gods, that exist in the world, in nature, and especially in and throughout Japan.
There are several things this religion does
NOT
have:
no founder
no written documents before the 8th century CE
no list of formalized ethics
no system of dogmatic beliefs or creeds
no inclusive, canonical scripture
no organized system of theology
-How does the religion impact other aspects of culture?
That’s how Shinto dress when they are at a parade.
Practicing Shinto is something only Japanese people do.
By practicing they show their pride in their country.




Cultural Interaction in Religion
That’s what they wear at a wedding
.
This is how Shinto decorates the church when someone has died.
Instead of them wearing back like we do, they were this kind of outfit when someone has pasted away. And this way they respect the people that has died
- What is the relationship between the religion and the natural habitat?
In this sense, the kami are not like the all-powerful divine beings found in Western religion, but the abstract creative forces in nature.


Religious Ecology
Economics!
- They shouldn't worry about the money, they have to focus on the religion and not about the money
Religious Landscape
- that's the priest for Shinto funeral
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