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2,405 wordsBy Spencer J. Confucianism Confucianism By Spencer J. Palmer The Confucian focus upon moral example, as the basis of harmony in society, government, and the universe is consistent with LDS views. However, Confucius was not interested in metaphysics or theology; he did not advocate belief in God, nor did he talk about life after death. He was concerned with humans in their social setting. Arguments that Confucianism is not a religion have often been answered by references to its sacred text. One ...
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