Buddhist-Christian Studies, vol. 5 (1985)

[This volume is available online in JSTOR.]

THEOLOGICAL ENCOUNTER

Pure Land Buddhist View of Duhkha, p. 7
Ryusei Takeda

Response to Takeda, p. 25
Gordon D. Kaufman

The Christian Understanding of Suffering, p. 49
Langdon Gilkey

Responses to Langdon Gilkey, p. 67
Masao Abe
Francis H. Cook

Chan (Zen) View of Suffering, p. 103
Gishin Tokiwa

Responses to Gishin Tokiwa, p. 131
Schubert Ogden
David Lochhead


EGO AND TRANSCENDENCE

The Ultimate Deity in Action Tantra and Jung’s Warning against Identifying with the Deity, p. 159
Jeffrey Hopkins

Reading the Vajrayana in Context: A Reassessment of Bengal Blackie, p. 173
Reginald Ray

Bengal Blackie Rides Again, p. 191
L. A. Siegel

NEWS AND NOTES

The Focolate Movement and a Buddhist-Christian Dialogue of “Deeds and Collaboration,” p. 195
Donald W. Mitchell

BOOK REVIEWS, p. 205

Nobuhara on Knitter, No Other Name?: A Critical Survey of Christian Attitudes toward the World Religions

Moore on Ratnayaka, Two Ways of Perfection: Buddhist and Christian

Ponce on Walsh, Staying Alive: The Psychology of Human Survival

Lee on Roberts, The Experience of No Self

Inada on Magliola, Derrida on the Mend

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