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|Authors: ||陳柏仁;Cheng, Bo-Ren|
|Issue Date: ||2019-09-03 14:57:27 (UTC+8)|
Religion continues to flourish with the constant changes of the times. Its connection with society is getting closer and closer, and the conflicts with it are increasing. How to mediate the conflict between religion and society is still an unavoidable problem. Nowadays, the Religious Groups Law has once again introduced a new draft, the name is changed to the Basic Law of Religion, and there are different principles of the past version of the framework, and this paper hopes to be able to climb out from the basic concepts and from the different structures of religious systems in various countries. The outline can make the content of religious freedom more distinct, give a clearer definition of its group and behavior, find the meaning of religious freedom belonging to Taiwan itself, and examine whether the draft conforms to the connotation.
First of all, it focuses on the analysis of religious related concepts, such as the clarification of religious definitions, the distinction between religious behaviors, and the types of religious groups in Taiwanese current system. It introduces the legislative cases of various countries, and observes the historical context from the context of religious legislation. Correlation helps us to understand more distinctly the relationship between the country′s legislation and its religious history, thus reflecting the difference from our religious history, and this paper provides a reference for whether there is a need for national legislation to meet the needs of our country.
This paper examines the closest country to the development of religious history in Taiwan with the historical evolution of religion, and decides to compare it with the Japanese Religious Juridical Law in the subsequent analysis of the law, to analyze the differences between the laws; To divide the differences between the four countries with separation of church and state, choose the principle of national neutrality and national tolerance in the German legislation, The Judgment of the United States in the separation of church and state, and the British system of legalization of Human Rights Act. View and analysis.
Finally, it introduces the evolution of religious legislation in Taiwan, finds the problem that it wants to solve, and then whether it can answer these questions to The Religious Basic Law, and analyzes the part of the law that is questionable, and divides it into 13 points. Individually analyze the problem, and finally make a brief analysis of the overall structure, and possible legislative proposals, and conclude with this.
Keywords: freedom of religion, separation of church and state, national neutrality, national tolerance, religious basic law
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