Buddhist-Christian Studies, vol. 9 (1989)

[This volume is available online in JSTOR.]

ZEN BUDDHISM AND WESTERN THOUGHT

The Existential Doubt of Tillich and the Great Doubt of Hakuin, p. 5
Carl Olson

Salvation According to the Korean Zen Master Chinul and Karl Barth, p. 13
Hee-Sung Keel

Sartre and a Chinese Buddhist Theory of No-Self, p. 25
Steven W. Laycock

Comparing Zen Koan Practice with The Cloud of Unknowing, p. 43
David Loy

MUTUAL TRANSFORMATION

The Impact of Dialogue on My Self-Understanding as a Buddhist, p. 63
Masao Abe

A Critique of the Kenosis/Sunyata Motif in Nishida and the Kyoto School, p. 71
Steve Odin

God Is in the Gaps, p. 87
Richard Pilgrim

DIALOGUE IN JAPAN

The Second Conference Report of the Tozai Shukyo Koryu Gakkai: Hisamatsu Sensei’s Theory of Zen and Shin Buddhism, p. 101
Hoshino Gempo

    Discussion

THEOLOGICAL ENCOUNTER III

Just This: Buddhist Ultimate Reality, p. 127
Francis H. Cook

    Responses to Cook, p. 143
    Hans Kung and Seiichi YagiDiscussions

God and Emptiness: An Experimental Essay, p. 175
Gordon D. Kaufman

    Responses to Kaufman, p. 189
    Rita M. Gross and Ryusei TakedaDiscussions

NEWS AND NOTES

Interfaith Understanding in the Buddhist-Christian Dialogue
Bhikkhu Buddhadasa

How Do You Say Anuttarasamyaksambodhi in English?
Roger Corless

Buddhists and Christians in the Search for Peace with Justice
David Lochhead

The Buddhist-Christian Monastic and Contemplative Encounter
Morris J. Augusttine

The Fifth International Buddhist-Christian Theological Encounter
John Berthrong

The First Meeting of the Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies
Donald W. Mitchell

In Memoriam: Masatoshi Doi

REVIEW ARTICLES

An Introduction to the Religious Thought of Seiichi Yagi, p. 271
Masaya Odagaki

Abe Masao’s Zen and Western Thought: A Review, p. 283
Steve Odin

Buddhism in Recent Translations, p. 295
David Chappell

BOOK REVIEWS

Roger Corless on Furlong, The Life of Alan Watts, p. 303

Michael Saso on Jordon and Overmeyer, The Flying Phoenix, and on Kung and Ching, Christianity and Chinese Religions, p. 305

Charles B. Jones on Ingram, The Modern Buddhist-Christian Dialogue, p. 308

Cromwell Crawford on Coward, Modern Indian Responses to Religious Pluralism, p. 310

Teruo Kawata on Trompf, The Gospel Is Not Western, p. 312

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