Category Archives: Buddhist-Christian Studies

Buddhist-Christian Studies, vol. 33 (2013)

EDITORS’ INTRODUCTION by Wakoh Shannon Hickey and C. Denise Yarbrough vii

CONTEMPLATIVE PEDAGOGIES

The Contemplative Classroom, or Learning by Heart in the Age of Google
Barbara Newman, 1

The Eternal Present: Slow Knowledge and the Renewal of Time
Douglas E. Christie, 13

Contemplative Studies and the Liberal Arts
Andrew O. Fort, 23

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Buddhist-Christian Studies, vol. 32 (2012)

EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION by Wakoh Shannon Hickey, vii

ARTICLES

2011 GRADUATE STUDENT ESSAY COMPETITION WINNER
Just Peace: A Buddhist-Christian Path to Liberation
Kyeongil Jung, 3

CONSTRUCTING BUDDHIST IDENTITIES IN THE WEST

A “Hypostatic Union” of Two Practices but One Person?
Paul F. Knitter, 19

Fulfilling Mitzvot through the Practice of Lovingkindness and Wisdom
David J. Gilner, 27

Who Is a Buddhist?
James William Coleman, 33

“Yes, We’re Buddhists Too!”
Jan Willis, 39
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Buddhist-Christian Studies, vol. 31 (2011)

EDITORIAL by Mahinda Deegalle, vii

ARTICLES

Chinese Buddhism and the Threat of Atheism in Seventeenth-Century Europe
Thierry Meynard, 1

A Buddhist Carol
Paul M. Keeling, 25

Hobbits as Buddhists and an Eye for an “I”
Paul Andrew Powell, 31

No-Self, Dōgen, the Senika Doctrine, and Western Views of Soul
Gerhard Faden, 41

THE SCHOLARLY CONTRIBUTIONS OF RITA M. GROSS

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Buddhist-Christian Studies, vol. 30 (2010)

EDITORIAL by Mahinda Deegalle, v

ARTICLES

The Prospects for a Mahāyāna Theology of Emptiness: A Continuing Debate
John P. Keenan, 3

“Till Death Do Us Part”? Buddhist Insights on Christian Marriage
Wioleta Polinska, 29

AUTHORITY IN BUDDHISM AND CHRISTIANITY.
ENBCS Conference Papers
edited by Perry Schmidt-Leukel

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Buddhist-Christian Studies, vol. 29 (2009)

Buddhist-Christian Studies 29 coverEDITORIAL by Mahinda Deegalle, v

ARTICLES

Is Buddhism Indispensable in the Cross-Cultural Appropriation of Christianity in Burma?
La Seng Dingrin, 3

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Buddhist-Christian Studies, vol. 28 (2008)

EDITORIAL

ERRATA

ARTICLES

Practicing the Religious Self: Buddhist-Christian Identity as Social Artifact, p. 3
Duane R. Bidwell

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Buddhist-Christian Studies, vol. 27 (2007)

EDITORIAL, p. iii

ARTICLES

Dependent Co-Origination and Universal Intersubjectivity, p. 3
Joseph Bracken, SJ

The Understanding and Experience of Compassion: Aquinas and the Dalai Lama
, p. 11
Judith Barad

Buddhist Women and Interfaith Work in the United States, p. 31
Kate Dugan

Dialogue and Solidarity in a Time of Globalization, p. 51
James Fredericks

Mahāyāna Interpretation of Christianity: A Case Study of Zhang Chunyi (1871–1955), p. 67
Lai Pan-chiu and So Yuen-tai

Christian-Buddhist Dialogue on Loving the Enemy, p. 89
Wioleta Polinska

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