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Catholic Church.Pope (1700-1721 : Clement XI)

The decree of Clement XI condemning Confucianism, ancestor worship, etc., together with mandates of the vicar apostolic of Fukien, Maigrot. Lust, J. Western books on China,

Boone, William Jones,bp.,1811-1864.

Discussion on translating God into Chinese, faced with the questions of Neo-Confucianism and popular religion. Lust, J. Western books on China,

The Chinese descended from Noah. Confucianism promoted Deism against idolatry, but was corrupted by Manchu Lamaism. The Chinese moral state remained the highest anywhere. Lust, J. Western books on China,

Medhurst, Walter Henry,1796-1857.

"Information on ""spiritual and invisible beings'' and a supreme deity collected from Chinese sources. ""Idols'' were less worshipped than spirits, and neo-Confucianism had little effect on popular religion." Lust, J. Western books on China,

Morrison, Robert,1782-1834.

"Collection of notes. Neo-Confucianism as ""atheistical'' and repulsive. The Chinese characters here were printed for the first time by lithography, M. looked forward to using moveable types. Contemporary teaching of Chinese in Europe." Lust, J. Western books on China,

‘Tot eeuwige memorie de druckerye-konste’

Simon de Vries’s Discourse on the Chinese Art of Print (1682)

Trude Dijkstra

China which adheres to Ricci’s choses approach in missionary policy. This approach of planting Christianity on Chinese soil, an ‘accommodationist’ policy as later scholars have called it, was based on the premise of the essential compatibility between Christianity and Chinese Confucianism. 69 In order