Shintoism

NOUN
  1. the ancient indigenous religion of Japan lacking formal dogma; characterized by a veneration of nature spirits and of ancestors
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How To Use Shintoism In A Sentence

  • She was able to tell them that he was an unenthusiastic convert to Shintoism. He retained his Buddhist beliefs to the extent that he forbade his servants to kill flies.
  • Faiths will include Baha'ism, Christianity, Daoism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Shintoism and Sikhism.
  • His subsequent interest in Shintoism and Buddhism lacks the mordancy and introspection (the "agenbite of inwit," as Joyce liked to put it) of his earlier hermeneutic investigations. The Immortal
  • Since it found many of those roots in Shinto, the movement is also referred to as the Shinto revival, or Neo-Shintoism. 1688-1704
  • Nowadays the Japanese also believe in Buddhism, Christianity and Islam as well as believing in Shintoism.
  • His subsequent interest in Shintoism and Buddhism lacks the mordancy and introspection (the "agenbite of inwit," as Joyce liked to put it) of his earlier hermeneutic investigations. The Immortal
  • His subsequent interest in Shintoism and Buddhism lacks the mordancy and introspection (the "agenbite of inwit," as Joyce liked to put it) of his earlier hermeneutic investigations. The Immortal
  • Nagi, on the other hand, comes from an ancient religion, which is not so monolithic in itself, “Shintoism” being an agglomerative representation of many tribal religions. Anime Nano!
  • The idea of [Shintoism] revolves round belief in animalism. This ideology asserts that human souls are merely animals sans spirituality.
  • Nowadays the Japanese also believe in Buddhism, Christianity and Islam as well as believing in Shintoism.
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