Religion, China and Japan

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JudaismFounder is Abraham, and Moses as messenger from God. The belief is in one single God.
ChristianityJesus Christ the founder. The ideas appealed to many people, the moral teachings and its montheism, or belief in one god. Some were also attracted by the Christian belief that all people are equal in God's sight. Believes in the old and new testament.
Jesus ChristThe founder of the religion of Christianity. An influential Jewish teacher whose followers believed he was the Messiah
Warring States EraChina entered into an era of chaos, total disorder and confusion. Battles ravaged the countryside. Millions of people died.
Confucianisma system of moral behavior, based on the teaching of Confucius. It is based on respect for family, the social order, and respect for authority.
TaoismAn ancient Chinese philosophy. Its basic teaching is based on harmony with nature.
Silk Roada network of trade routes that crossed Asia, connecting China to Central and Southwest Asia. Merchants made their fortunes along the Silk Road, but it was also a path for the spread of ideas.
QinQin is responsible for unifying China when the Warring States period end. Legalism was the official policy. He became the First Emperor of China and remembered as a leader determined to build a great empire. He built The Great Wall of China
Mandate of HeavenChinese believe that rulers were divinely selected.
Japan Feudal SystemThe exchange of land in return for service or protection
Shinto ReligionJapanes developed the Shinto religion, a form of nature worship. Ancestor worship also developed.
archipelagoJapan is an archipelago, or chain of islands. To Japan's west is the continent of Asia. To the east lies the broad Pacific Ocean.

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