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  Volume 5, Number 1, April 2014

Table of Contents

Envisioning a Buddhist-Christian Dialogue in Korea

Guest Editors: Jin Y. Park and Kyeongil Jung

Guest Editors’ Introduction

pp. 5-14

Envisioning a Buddhist-Christian Dialogue in Korea

Wŏnhyo’s Theory of Hwajaeng and Buddhist-Christian Dialogue

pp. 15-26

The Challenge of an Authentic Buddhist-Christian Dialogue: A Response to Young Woon Ko

pp. 27-33

Liberating Zen: A Christian Experience

pp. 35-50

Sitting and Acting—Both are Essential: A Response to Kyeongil Jung

pp. 51-54

Feminist Activism as Interfaith Dialogue: A Lesson from Gangjeong Village of Jeju Island, Korea

pp. 55-69

Ecological Spirituality as the Theme of Buddhist-Christian Dialogue at the Seton Interreligious Research Center, Seoul, Korea

pp. 71-79

Research Articles

Jesus Christ Encountering Gautama Buddha: Buddhist-Christian Relations in South Korea

pp. 81-107

Wŏn Buddhism, Christianity, and Interreligious Dialogue

pp. 109-131

Book Reviews

한국천주교회사. Han’guk Ch’ŏnju kyohoesa [A History of the Korean Catholic Church] ed. by 한국교회사연구소 Han’guk Kyohoesa Yŏn’guso (review)

pp. 133-135

The Making of Korean Christianity: Protestant Encounters with Korean Religions, 1876–1915 by Sung-Deuk Oak (review)

pp. 136-139

Empire of the Dharma: Korean and Japanese Buddhism, 1877–1912 by Hwansoo Ilmee Kim (review)

pp. 139-143

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