Use simple and clear language and avoid plagiarism.
answer any four questions:
- How is Shinto similar and different from Daoism?
2. Is it fair to call Shinto a world religion if, in fact, one must be Japanese to belong?”
3. Why do you suppose water is an important symbol that is used in the Shinto faith, and virtually all other religions of the world? What does it symbolize? What does it bring into being?
4. How might the Shinto agenda for harmony with nature and the “care of the Earth” be a touchstone for dialogue among those who have a similar agenda for environmental preservation? For example, as found in Wicca, neopaganism, the Goddess movement, and other Gaia-related religions, which are particularly popular today.”