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This issue contains 32 articles in total

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  1. Introduction: Remarks in Memory of David W. Chappell
  2. On Buddhist-Christian Studies in Relation to Dialogue
  3. Gandhi's Hope: Learning from Other Religions as a Path to Peace (review)
  4. Martin Luther and Buddhism: The Aesthetics of Suffering (review)
  5. Transcendence and Violence: The Encounter of Buddhist, Christian, and Primal Traditions (review)
  6. Knowing the East (review)
  7. Borrowed Gods and Foreign Bodies: Christian Missionaries Imagine Chinese Religion (review)
  8. Buddhists and Christians through Comparative Theology and Solidarity (review)
  9. Being a Buddhist Nun: The Struggle for Enlightenment in the Himalayas, and: Himalayan Hermitess: The Life of a Tibetan Buddhist Nun (review)
  10. Christianity Looks East: Comparing the Spiritualities of John of the Cross and Buddhaghosa (review)
  11. Dialogues at One Inch above the Ground: Reclamations of Belief in an Interreligious Age (review)
  12. Opportunities
  13. 22nd Niwano Peace Prize Commemorative Address
  14. Contemplation, Practice, and the Crossroads of Spirit
  15. Northern California Zen/Ch'an-Catholic Dialogue
  16. 2005 International Lotus Sutra Conference
  17. East-West Exchange
  18. Conversion and Religious Identity in Buddhism and Christianity
  19. The Seventh International Buddhist-Christian Conference: "Hear the Cries of the World"
  20. Japan Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies 2005 Annual Meeting
  21. The 2005 Meeting of the Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies
  22. Jesus the World Protector: Eighteenth-Century Gelukpa Historians View "Christianity"
  23. Divine Grace and the Play of Opposites
  24. A New Direction for Comparative Studies of Buddhists and Christians: Evidence from Nagarjuna and John of the Cross
  25. Speaking With and Away: What the Aporia of Ineffability Has to Say for Buddhist-Christian Dialogue
  26. Losing the Self: Detachment in Meister Eckhart and Its Significance for Buddhist-Christian Dialogue
  27. Global Healing and Reconciliation: The Gift and Task of Religion, a Buddhist-Christian Perspective
  28. Religion, the Globalization of War, and Restorative Justice
  29. An Ethics of Justice in a Cross-Cultural Context
  30. Human Dignity, Human Rights, and Religious Pluralism: Buddhist and Christian Perspectives
  31. Buddhism and the Idea of Human Rights: Resonances and Dissonances
  32. Compassion as Justice
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