The Religious Thought of Humanistic Care Put Forward by Mao Zedong in the Anti-Japanese War Period and Its Implications for Present Days

Kan WU

Abstract


During the Anti-Japanese War, the Chinese Communists represented by Mao Zedong implemented proactive policies in terms of safeguarding religious people’s political, economic, and cultural rights, in order to mobilize and unite the majority of religious people to resist against Japan, as well as to develop a relatively complete religious thought of humanistic care. It not only earned the support of the majority of religious people towards the Communist Party of China, making them play an active part in fighting against the Japanese invaders and in the victory of anti-Japanese War, but is also of immense significance to the building of a harmonious society in China


Keywords


Anti-Japanese War; Mao Zedong; Religious people; Humanistic care

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5630

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