Nature, Development Principle and Its Social Function of Religious Charitable and Public Service

Xintong JU

Abstract


Religious charitable and public service is the most important force in the area of human social charity. Religious charitable and public service owns the substantive characteristics taking practice of religion as cohesion, surpass belief as practice basis, taking religious organization as basis, volunteers participation as development foundation, at the same time, it follows the principle of developing according to law, service for the society, equal and voluntary, open and transparent, strict self-discipline and effective supervision. Also, it is the major part of social charitable public services and beneficial supplement of the social security system, it not only helps to spread religious culture, promote social civilization but also is good for releasing social contradictions and maintaining social stability of social functions.


Keywords


Religious charitable and public service; Nature; Development principl; Social function

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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