Buddhist-Christian Studies, vol. 4 (1984)

[This volume is available online in JSTOR.]

DIALOGUE

The Historicity of Religions and the Importance of Religious Dialogue, p. 5
Gordon D. Kaufman

On Interfaith Dialogue: Some Important Aspects, p. 17
Masatoshi Doi


THE SELF

Paradigms of the Self in Buddhism and Christianity, p. 31
Julia Ching

The Dynamics of the Will in Buddhist and Christian Practice, p. 51
Philip Novak

The Ego, p. 73
John B. Cobb Jr.

RESPONSES BETWEEN EAST AND WEST

Buddhism and Christianity — Compared and Contrasted, p. 87
Rudolf Otto

Zen in the Eye of Thomas Merton’s Poetry, p. 103
Bonnie Bowman Thurston

Christian-Buddhist Relations Revealed in Art, p. 119
John Carter Covell

The Kyoto School and the School of Consequent Eschatology, p. 125
Frederich Seifert

BOOK REVIEWS, p. 136

Neville, The Tao and the Daimon

Odin, Process Metaphysics and Hua-Yen Buddhism

Jacobson, Buddhism and the Contemporary World

Irie et al., A Zen-Christian Pilgrimage: The Fruits of Ten Annual Colloquia in Japan 1967-1976

Park, Buddhist Faith and Sudden Enlightenment

Pallis, A Buddhist Spectrum: Contributions to Buddhist-Christian Dialogue

King, Towards a New Mysticism: Teilhard de Chardin and Eastern Religions

Song, Third-Eye Theology: Theology in Formation in Asia Settings

Ross, Chinese and Western Religious Symbols as Used in Taiwan

Gerlitz, Religion Und Matriarchat

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