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日治時期曾景來的行誼及其對臺灣佛教之研究=Zeng Jing-lai’s Deeds and Research on Taiwanese Buddhism
Author 邱敏捷 (著)
Source 臺灣文獻=Taiwan Historica
Volumev.70 n.2
Pages1 - 32
Location南投市, 臺灣 [Nantou shih, Taiwan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Keyword曾景來=Zeng Jing-lai; 台灣佛教=Taiwanese Buddhism; 佛教改革=Buddhist reform; 李添春=Li Tian-chun; 林德林=Lin De-lin

Zeng Jing-lai, the indicative figure in the religious field from
the Japanese ruling period to the post-war period of Taiwan, is worth
more discussion in terms of the contemporary and modern history of
Taiwanese Buddhist reform. In his youth, Zeng became the apprentice
of Lin De-ling at Lingquan Temple, Yuemei Mountain, Keeling and
was cultivated to study in Buddhist High School Lin and in Japan,
where he followed Kaiten Nukariya in learning. In 1928, he graduated
from Komazawa University, Japan, returned to Taiwan, and devoted
himself to the Buddhist career. He was honorably called the “Taiwanese
Buddhist scholar with the college degree” and the “Buddhist scholar
and famous Buddhist in the mid twentieth century.” Zeng used to
be the core member of Nan Ying Buddhist Association, proposing a
series of Buddhist reform in the Japanese ruling period. His reform
on Taiwanese Buddhist deals mainly with two perspectives: First is to
criticize the status quo of Taiwanese Buddhism at that time. Second
is to promote the reform of the Taiwanese religious organizations. As
for his research on Taiwanese Buddhism and folk believes, he wrote
the book, Superstition and Corrupt Practices in Taiwan, in which he
reviews the superstition and corrupt practices of Taiwanese religion
from the angle of social education and constructs the critical system
for the Taiwanese traditional folk religion. Zeng indeed devotes a
lot of energy and hard work to the reform and research of Taiwanese
Buddhism; therefore, he has his contribution and place in the research
of the Taiwanese Buddhism and the development of Taiwanese
Buddhist culture in the twentieth century.
Table of contents一、前言 3
二、學佛與求學因緣 6
(一)求學與出家 6
(二)與忽滑谷快天的師徒關係 9
三、對台灣佛教之改革與研究 11
(一)對台灣佛教的改革 11
(二)對台灣迷信與陋習的研究 16
四、結論 19
ISSN1016457X (P)
Created date2022.08.24
Modified date2022.08.24

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