EarlyJapbud - Buddha Comes to Japan 538 CE Gangji Record 552 CE Nihonshoki Record Earlier unofficial influence Chronicles of Japan 720 This year

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Buddha Comes to Japan 538 CE Gangōji Record 552 CE Nihonshoki Record Earlier unofficial influence
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Chronicles of Japan 720 This year, the Land of Paekche sent envoys, and along with them the Buddhist priests Hye-song, Nyong-kun, and Hye- sik, with a present of Buddhist relics…. [and also] the temple carpenters [and] a man learned in the making of braziers (metal workers) [and] men learned in pottery…and a painter…
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Why Buddhism is Accepted A tried and true deity to provide protection. Includes a ‘Soteriology’ or concept of the afterlife and the goal of existence. Represents an advanced continental culture and political system.
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Reception of the Foreign Kami Soga: Early Supporters of Buddhism Mononobe and Nakatomi: Two powerful families who resist the foreign religion Soga build first Buddha Hall (584) Mononobe burn the Buddha Hall and throw the statue in a canal. (585)
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(Continued) Founding of the Gangōji (588)
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2009 for the course REL S 338 taught by Professor Hansenw. during the Spring '09 term at San Diego State.

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EarlyJapbud - Buddha Comes to Japan 538 CE Gangji Record 552 CE Nihonshoki Record Earlier unofficial influence Chronicles of Japan 720 This year

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