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A Breath of Atheism in Religious Vietnam
Mời vào gia trang Trần Văn Toàn
The Vietnamese are a religious people. From the 18th century, Catholic missionaries, especially Father Léopold Cadière (1869–1955), observed amidst the country’s traditions the most varied forms of worship, which were so closely entwined that all distinctions had faded. This syncretic tendency reappeared forcefully in the religions created during the 20th century. The Missionaries tried to identify the specificities of each belief system and to classify them under three religions: Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism.
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Trần Văn Toàn, Gs.