Week 10-3 Religion (3)

Week 10-3 Religion (3) - New Pattern of Tolerance and...

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New Pattern of Tolerance and Repression A. The Balance between Autonomy and Loyalty Document No. 6 (1991) “Implementing administration of religious affairs is aimed at bringing religious activities within the bounds of law, regulations, and policy, but not to interfere with normal religious activities or the internal affairs of religious organizations.” “The government is the master, religion is the follower.” The imperative of submission to party-state control as a condition for enjoyment of religious freedom The state’s criterion is the religion’s practical effect. Does it contribute to a “harmonious society”— which is the main slogan of the current leadership under the direction of the party- state?
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New Pattern of Tolerance and Repression A. The Balance between Autonomy and Loyalty Limitation In the absence of any unified theoretical approach to guide local religious developments, the CCP produces an arbitrary and incoherent patchwork of disparate local policies.
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2011 for the course POLC 3020 taught by Professor Kim during the Fall '10 term at Tulane.

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Week 10-3 Religion (3) - New Pattern of Tolerance and...

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