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There isn't a specific place of worship for Confucianism. There are public temples where incense may be burnt as an offering, but there are no religious services in the traditional sense. However, great importance is pla... More »

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The Christian place of worship for most of its denominations is the church. Different denominations of Christianity, such as the Roman Catholic Church and the Anglican Church, typically have churches that are used for on... More »

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Islamic places of worship are called mosques. A mosque is not only a place of worship but a center for the Muslim community. It is also a key place for intellectual and social activities. More »

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The five relationships of Confucianism are father and son, elder brother and younger brother, husband and wife, older friend and younger friend, and ruler and subject. Confucius saw these relationships as the building bl... More »

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According to Yale University, the sacred texts of Confucianism are five books that legend states Confucius wrote. These books are "The Book of History," "The Book of Poetry," "The Book of Changes," "The Book of Rites," a... More »

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Confucianism originated with the teachings of Kong Qiu, or Confucius, a philosopher and statesman who tried to implement his teachings in government during his service within the Lu State during the Autumn and Spring per... More »

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Essential beliefs of Confucianism include maintaining a sense of doing the right things, serving superiors diligently and showing loyally while displaying benevolence toward others. Confucianism maintains a humanistic ou... More »

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