Buddhist-Christian Studies, vol. 13 (1993)

[This volume is available online in JSTOR.]

BUDDHIST CHRISTOLOGY

Toward a Theravadin Christology, pp. 3-14
Michael G. Fonner

Mahayana Theology: A Dialogue with Critics, pp. 15-58
John P. Keenan

Response by John B. Cobb Jr.

Response by Paul J. Griffiths

Response by Robin Matthews

CHINESE BUDDHISM AND CHRISTIANITY

The Boddhisatva Guanyin and the Virgin Mary, pp. 61-69
Maria Reis-Habito

The Modern Buddhist Reformer T’ai-hsu on Christianity, pp. 71-83
Don A. Pittman

FOUNDATIONS FOR DIALOGUE

Seeing Traces of the Ox: Scripture and Interreligious Dialogue, pp. 87-101
Paul O. Ingram

Beyond Kenosis: New Foundations for Buddhist-Christian Dialogue, pp. 103-117
E. D. Cabanne

FOURTH INTERNATIONAL BUDDHIST-CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE

Mutual Transformation: An Answer to a Religious Question, pp. 121-126
Frederick J. Streng

Autobiography, Mutual Transformation, and the Prophetic Voice in Buddhist Feminism, pp. 127-133
Rita M. Gross

Reflections on the Fourth Buddhist-Christian Conference, pp. 135-145
John Berthrong

THEOLOGICAL ENCOUNTER IV

Editor’s Introduction, pp. 149-150
Rita M. Gross

The Church in the World: Dialogical, Ethical, and Spiritual Implications, pp. 151-185
Donald W. Mitchell

Response by Reginald Ray

Response by Taitetsu Unno

“Being-in-the-World”: The Bodhisattva Ideal and the Millennium, pp. 187-204
Luis O. Gomez

Response by David Lochhead

RESPONSES TO THE REJOINDER OF MASAO ABE

Continuing the Conversation, pp. 207-209
|John B. Cobb Jr.

More on Feminism, Self-Sacrifice, and Time; or, Too Many Words for Emptiness, pp. 211-219
Catherine Keller

Abe’s Buddhist Realization of God, pp. 221-222
Thomas J. J. Altizer

Buddhism and Judaism: Some Further Considerations, pp. 223-231
Eugene B. Borowitz

Response by Masao Abe

NEWS AND NOTES
Edited by Donald W. Mitchell

1992 Meeting of the Japan Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies, pp. 235-237
Jan Van Bragt

Annual Meeting of the Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies, pp. 239-241
Ruben L. F. Habito

The Maryknoll Interreligious Dialogue Conference, pp. 243-244
George J. Hirschboeck, M.M.

Buddhism and Modern Western Thought: A Symposium, pp. 245-246
Thomas P. Kasulis

United States and Vietnam: On the Need for Spiritual Reconciliation, pp. 247-257
Kristin Pelzer

BOOK REVIEWS
Edited by Paul O. Ingram

Robert Bobilin on Bond, The Buddhist Revival in Sri Lanka, and Gombrich and Obeyesekere, Buddhism Transformed: Religious Change in Sri Lanka, pp. 261-266

Roger J. Corless on Hardy, Monastic Quest and Interreligious Dialogue, pp. 266-267

Eiko Kawamura-Hanaoka on Kosaka, A Study of Nishida’s Philosophy: The Development and Structure of the Logic of Field, pp. 268-269

Dennis Lishka on Habito, Yameru nihon-o mitsumete: Ningen kaiho to shukyo no saisei (Taking a Good Look at an Unhealthy Japan: Human Liberation and Religious Rebirth) and Shukyo to sekai no itami: Bukkyo-kurisuttokyo no shinzui-o motomeru (Religion and World Suffering: Searching for the Core of Buddhism and Christianity), pp. 269-272

Reginald A. Ray on The Myth of Christian Uniqueness: Toward a Pluralistic Theology of Religions, ed. Hick and Knitter, pp. 272-277

Taitetsu Unno on Mitchell, Spirituality and Emptiness: The Dynamics of Spiritual Life in Buddhism and Christianity, pp. 277-280

David P. Killen on de Wit, Contemplative Psychology, trans. by Baird, pp. 280-282

Mary Ann Stenger on Samartha, One Christ — Many Religions: Toward a Revised Christology, pp. 283-287

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