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Early I-kuan Tao in Yunlin and Zhanghua Area: A Case Study of Chong-xiu Temple
|關鍵字:||I-kuan Tao;Chong-xiu Temple;Elder Han (Yu-lin);Nun Chen;Tao-quin (a term that they call each other in I-kuan Tao);一貫道;崇修堂;韓老（雨霖）;陳大姑;道親||Project:||興大人文學報, Issue 53, Page(s) 193-234.||摘要:||
In 1930, I-kuan Tao(一貫道) ＂Pu Du＂(普渡，to reveal enlightenment to humanity and all creatures to save all souls) wildly in China. The Masters of its eighteenth generation combined folks beliefs with Tao to appeal others. ＂Ming Shi Yi Zhi＂(明師一指) means the absoluteness of delivering Tao. ＂San Cao Pu Du＂ (三曹普渡) means to spread the spiritual teaching and salvation of the Tao to all sentient beings from the three realms: Heaven, material world and Hell. ＂Ru Jiao Shou Yuan＂ (儒家收圓) means to revive the traditional morality of Confucianism. These three doctrines were regarded as the revival of Tao. Some Masters like Yu-lin Han (韓雨霖) came to Taiwan to preach. However, they faced many challenges and lived an extremely hard life. They also feared that they might be clamped down on by others anytime. Their preaching showed the spirit of taking heavy responsibility. On the other hand, it reinforced the sense of belonging to the traditional culture of Taiwanese. This article explores Elder Han's (Yu-lin) preaching and discusses the development of I-kuan Tao in Yunlin. It also explores the culture of Tao community of the Chong-xiu Temple in Douliu. The research shows that I-kuan Tao greatly influenced not only the local people, but also the Tao groups in Yunlin. The effort they made to spread the idea of ＂Ming Shi Yi Zhi＂ and ＂San Cao Pu Du＂ eventually gained affirmation and approval from other sectors.
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