Buddhist-Christian Studies, vol. 6 (1986)

[This volume is available online in JSTOR.]

COMPARISONS

Paradigm Shifts: Buddhism and Christianity Compared, p. 5
Hajime Nakamura

Zen and Benedictine Monks at Mythopoetic Models, p. 23
Morris Augustine


TRINITY AND TRIKAYA

The Trikaya Doctrine in Buddhism, p. 53
Ruben L. F. Habito

Trikaya and Trinity: The Mediation of the Absolute, p. 63
J. C. Cleary

DIALOGUE

Why Is There Not a Buddho-Christian Dialogue in China? p. 81
Whalen Lai

Third Conference Report, p. 97
Tozai Shukyo Koryu Gakki

Reconsidering the Grounds for Buddhist-Christian Dialogic Communication, p. 121
Lauren Pfister

NEWS AND NOTES

New Testament Passages Apparently Consonant with the Buddhist Notion of Karma, p. 141
Roger Corless

A Response to John Cobb’s Beyond Dialogue, p. 145
Donald Wiebe

Response to Wiebe, p. 151
John B. Cobb Jr.

BOOK REVIEWS, p. 159

Kennan on O’Leary, Questioning Back: The Overcoming of Metaphysics in Christian Tradition

Shapiro on Demieville, Buddhism and Healing

Tilakaratne on Fernando, Buddhism Made Plain: An Introduction for Christians and Jews

Chappell on Reynolds, Bechert and Gombrich, Chang, Yang, and Kalupahana

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