Saturday, December 05, 2020

The Sacred Meaning of China’s Altar of Heaven

 

 

This feature-length documentary explores the first religion of China that existed before Daoism, Confucianism and Buddhism. The Altar of Heaven complex in Beijing, also known as Tian Tan, is the third most visited tourist site in China. Yet, very few in China understand that it was the place where the Emperor sacrificed and interceded for his people with the Supreme God who created all things. This most-high God is known as Shang Di, and Chinese history tells us that the imperial sacrifices to Shang Di go all the way back to the third millennium BCE. Can it be that the supreme God of China, who was worshiped by the Chinese people throughout most of their history, is the same Creator God of Judaism and of Christianity?

 

This Video Is Not The Intellectual Property of Agape Love, Love Is Here, But Is Streamed From Youtube

 

 

Temple of Heaven In China (Documentary)

 

One China, One Emperor, One God. Rising above the mist outside the modern city of Beijing, China, stands an ancient temple; a temple dedicated to the worship of an invisible and all-powerful God, Shang Di, the God of Heaven. A masterpiece of architectural and landscape design, this magnificent structure serves as a mysterious reminder of a time when the spiritual heart of the Chinese nation was much different than it is today. A time when China was ruled not by just one Emperor, but by one God.

 

This Video Is Not The Intellectual Property of Agape Love, Love Is Here, But Is Streamed From Youtube

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