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Buddhism and Interfaith Dialogue : Part one of a two-volume sequel to Zen and Western Thought - Steve Heine

Buddhism and Interfaith Dialogue

Part one of a two-volume sequel to Zen and Western Thought

By: Masao Abe, Steve Heine (Editor)

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The Buddhist view of inter-religious dialogue is significantly different from, say, that of Christianity. In Christianity Jesus Christ, being the only incarnation in the history, has an inexplicable uniqueness. It must be maintained even in the inter-faith dialogue. By contrast, in Buddhism Guatama Buddha is not the only Buddha, but one of many Buddhas. His uniqueness is realized in the fact that he is the first Buddha in human history. Furthermore, the Buddhist teaching of dependent co-origination and emptiness not only provides a dynamic common basis for various religions, but also will suggest a creative cooperation amongst world religions. The book clarifies such a Buddhist view and inter-religious dialogue from various perspectives.

PART 1: BUDDHIST APPROACH TO INTERFAITH DIALOGUE - Buddhist-Christian Dialogue: Its Significance and Future Task - A Dynamic Unity in Religious Pluralism: A Proposal from the Buddhist Point of View - 'There is No Common Denominator for World Religions': The Positive Meaning of this Negative Statement - The Impact of Dialogue with Christianity on My Self-Understanding as a Buddhist - The Problem of Self-Centeredness as the Root-Source of Human Suffering - Suffering in the Light of Our Time: Our Time in the Light of Suffering: Buddha's First Holy Truth - PART 2: BUDDHISM IN DIALOGUE WITH TILLICH'S THEOLOGY - Negation in Mahayana Buddhism and in Tillich: A Buddhist View of 'The Significance of the History of Religion for the Systematic Theologian' - Double Negation as an Essential for Attaining the Ultimate Reality: Comparing Tillich and Buddhism - In Memory of Dr Paul Tillich - A Response to Professor Langdon Gilkey's Paper, 'Tillich and the Kyoto School' - PART 3: BUDDHISM AND CONTEMPORARY THEOLOGY - Beyond Buddhism and Christianity: 'Dazzling Darkness' - Thomas J.J. Altizer's Kenotic Christology and Buddhism - Zen Buddhism and Hasidism: Similarities and Contrasts - The Interfaith Encounter of Zen and Christian Contemplation: A Dialogue between Masao Abe and Keith J.Egan - Interfaith Relations and World Peace: A Buddhist Perspective - Faith and Self-Awakening: A Search for the Fundamental Category Covering All Religious Life - God, Emptiness and Ethics - Responses to Langdon Gilkey - Spirituality and Liberation: A Buddhist-Christian Conversation - Index

ISBN: 9780333611975
ISBN-10: 0333611977
Series: Library of Philosophy and Religion
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 245
Published: 6th August 1995
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.79  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.49
Edition Number: 1