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  Volume 36, 2016

Table of Contents

From: Buddhist-Christian Studies

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Editors’ Introduction

pp. vii-ix

Old Buddhist Texts: New Womanist Thought

In the Company of Friends: Womanist Readings of Buddhist Poems

pp. 3-8

Freedom on My Mind: Buddhist-Womanist Dialogue

pp. 9-15

Practice in Buddhist-Womanist Thought

pp. 17-28

Womanist Approaches to the Therīgātha and the Therīgātha’s Influence on Womanism

pp. 29-42

Wombu: An Intellectual Exercise in Womanist and Buddhist Reading

pp. 43-47

Liberation Theology and Engaged Buddhism

Introduction to Liberation Theology and Engaged Buddhism

pp. 51-53

Through the Eyes of Auschwitz and the Killing Fields: Mutual Learning between Engaged Buddhism and Liberation Theology

pp. 55-67

Expanding the Cultivation and Practice of Love and Compassion in our Suffering World: Continuing the Dialogue between Liberation Theologians and Engaged Buddhists

pp. 69-86

Confronting the “Sin” out of Love for the “Sinner”: Fierce Compassion as a Force for Social Change

pp. 87-96

Liberation Theology and Engaged Buddhism: Challenging Each Other, Learning from Each Other

pp. 97-108

A Buddhist and Christian on the Way to Carnegie Hall: A Response

pp. 109-114

Buddhist-Christian Dialogues

Clear and Uncreated: The Experience of Inner Light in Gelug-pa Tantrism and Byzantine Hesychasm

pp. 117-131

The Body(sattva) on the Cross: A Comparative Theological Investigation of the Theology of the Cross in the Light of Chinese Mahayana Suffering Bodhisattvas

pp. 133-148

Icons, Deities, and the Three Transcendentals: Deification and Post-Kantian Holiness in Byzantium and Tibet

pp. 149-163

Are Buddhism and Christianity Commensurable?: A Debate/Dialogue between Paul Knitter and Peter Feldmeier

pp. 165-184

A Three-Way Method for the Buddhism-Christianity-Science Trialogue

pp. 185-202

News and Views edited by Jonathan A. Seitz

The Annual Meeting of the Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies: Atlanta, Georgia, USA November 20–21, 2015

pp. 205-207

Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies Frederick J. Streng Book Award 2015

pp. 209-210

Japan Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies: Report on the 2015 Annual Meeting

p. 211

Dialogue of Suffering, Liberation, and Fraternity: A Report on the Anniversary of Nostra Aetate: Castel Gandolfo and Vatican City June 23–27, 2015

pp. 213-214

A Deploration for Rita Gross (1943–2015)

pp. 215-216

Book Reviews edited by Sid Brown

Taming the Ox: Buddhist Stories and Reflections on Politics, Race, Culture, and Spiritual Practice by Charles Johnson (review)

pp. 219-221

In the Company of Friends: Exploring Faith and Understanding with Buddhists and Christians by John Ross Carter (review)

pp. 221-224

Ties That Bind: Maternal Imagery and Discourse in Indian Buddhism by Reiko Ohnuma, and: Family Matters in Indian Buddhist Monasticism by Shayne Clark, and: Family in Buddhism ed. by Liz Wilson, and: Little Buddhas: Children and Childhoods in Buddhist Texts and Traditions ed. by Vanessa R. Sasson (review)

pp. 225-231

Buddhist-Christian Dialogue as Theological Exchange: An Orthodox Contribution to Comparative Theology by Ernest M. Valea (review)

pp. 231-234

Buddhist and Christian Responses to the Kowtow Problem in China by Eric Reinders (review)

pp. 234-237

The Way of Tenderness: Awakening Through Race, Sexuality, and Gender by Zenju Earthlyn Manuel (review)

pp. 237-241

The Prophet and The Bodhisattva: Daniel Berrigan, Thich Nhat Hanh, and The Ethics of Peace And Justice by Charles R. Strain (review)

pp. 241-244

Buddhologie Und Christologie: Unterwegs Zu Einer Kol-Laborativen Theologie by John D’Arcy May (review)

pp. 245-248

Religious Diversity: What’s the Problem? Buddhist Advice for Flourishing with Religious Diversity by Rita M. Gross (review)

pp. 249-253

The Promise of and Challenges for Interreligious Dialogue in the Twenty-first Century: A Review Essay on the Work of Catherine Cornille

pp. 255-263

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