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  2. Harold Kasimow
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  2. Massimo A. Rondolino
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  1. Comparative Theology Is Not “Business-as-Usual Theology”: Personal Witness from a Buddhist Christian
  2. Paul F. Knitter
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  1. “Wide Open to Life”: Thomas Merton’s Dialogue of Contemplative Practice
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  2. Sandra Costen Kunz, Jonathan A. Seitz
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  1. Buddhist-Christian Dialogue and Comparative Scripture: Minzu University October 11, 2014
  2. Thomas Cattoi
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  2. Len Tischler, Andre Delbecq
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  1. This-Worldly Nibbāna: A Buddhist-Feminist Social Ethic for Peacemaking in the Global Community by Hsiao-Lan Hu (review)
  2. Carol S. Anderson
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  1. Hope: A Form of Delusion? Buddhist and Christian Perspectives ed. by Elizabeth Harris (review)
  2. John D’Arcy May
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  1. Buddhist-Christian Dialogue: Moving Forward
  2. Thomas Cattoi, Carol S. Anderson
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