Buddhist-Christian Studies, vol. 2 (1982)

[This volume is available online in JSTOR.]

DIALOGUE

Buddhist-Christian Dialogue Reconsidered, p. 5
Winston L. King


METHODOLOGY

Understanding Christian and Buddhist Personal Transformation: Luther’s Justification by Faith and the Indian Perfection of Wisdom, p. 15
Frederick J. Streng

Responses, p. 45
Masao Abe
David Lochhead
Rita M. Gross

Historical-Critical Analysis and Buddhist-Christian Dialogue, p. 63
Friedrich Seifert

The Search for Historical Sakyamuni in Light of the Historical Jesus, p. 77
Whalen Lai

COMPARISONS

Images of Women in Early Buddhism and Christian Gnosticism, p. 95
Karen Christina Lang

Speaking of the Unspeakable: Negation as the Way in Nicholas of Cusa and Nagarjuna, p. 107
Roger J. Corless

Sources of Tibetan Buddhist Meditation, p. 119
Masao Ichishima

REVIEW ARTICLES

Japanese Christian Theology in Encounter with Buddhism, p. 131
Seiichi Yagi

Reflections on Hans Waldenfels’ Absolute Nothingness, p. 136
Francis H. Cook

BOOK REVIEWS, p. 147

Kadowaki, Zen and the Bible

Yu, Early Buddhism and Christianity

Fabella, ed., Asia’s Struggle for Full Humanity

Rupp, Beyond Existentialism and Zen

Lieu, Religion of Light

Reynolds, Japanese Quiet Therapies

Advertisements

Comments are closed.