Bůh jako zdroj stvoření v japonských protikřesťanských textech 17. století: srovnání kritiky v Ha Daiusu Fabiana Fukana a anonymním sešitu Kirišitan monogatari

Zdrojový dokument: Sacra. 2016, roč. 14, č. 1, s. 41-52
Rozsah
41-52
  • ISSN
    1214-5351 (print)
    2336-4483 (online)
Type: Článek
Jazyk
česky
Licence: Neurčená licence
Abstrakt(y)
This work compares depictions of God in two Japanese anti-Christian texts published in 17th century. Anti-Christian literature was a negative reaction to spreading Christianity published after violent persecution of Christians. A concept of God and his creation was crucial for learning Christian doctrine in Japanese context, therefore anti-Christian literature focused on this concept, attempting to prove that Christianity was a false and evil doctrine. Although Ha Daiusu and Kirishitan Monogatari are quite similar in criticising, they were published in different phases of anti-Christian texts production and authors chose their own writing strategy. Comparison of Japanese critique of important Christian concepts reveals a typical negative response to foreign religious ideas in the ideological battle between European countries and Japan.
Note
  • Text vznikl jako součást projektu specifického výzkumu MUNI/A/0931/2015 - "Teoretické a metodologické výzvy religionistiky" (TEMEVYR), řešeného Ústavem religionistiky na FIlozofické fakultě Masarykovy univerzity v roce 2016.
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