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This issue contains 39 articles in total
- The Making of Buddhist Modernism (review)
- The Boundaries of Knowledge in Buddhism, Christianity, and Science (review)
- Jesuit on the Roof of the World: Ippolito Desideri's Mission to Tibet (review)
- Encountering Jesus and Buddha: Their Lives and Teachings (review)
- What Christians Can Learn from Buddhism: Rethinking Salvation (review)
- The Asian Jesus (review)
- Awareness Bound and Unbound: Buddhist Essays (review)
- Divine Contingency: Theologies of Divine Embodiment in Maximos and Tsong Kha Pa (review)
- Grounding Our Faith in a Pluralist World—With a Little Help from Nāgārjuna (review)
- The Im-Possibility of Interreligious Dialogue (review)
- Christianity Encountering World Religions: The Practice of Mission in the Twenty-First Century (review)
- A Buddhist in the Classroom (review)
- Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies: Frederick J. Streng Book Award 2010
- Buddhists and Christians Engaging Structural Greed Today: A Consultation Addressing a Spiritual and Moral Crisis Chiang Mai, Thailand, 22-26 August 2010
- The Annual Meeting of the Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies: Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 29-30 October 2010
- Raimon Panikkar (1918-2010): Life and Legacy
- Reply to Amos Yong's "Ignorance, Knowledge, and Omniscience"
- Ignorance, Knowledge, and Omniscience: At and Beyond the Limits of Faith and Reason after Shinran: Reflections on The Boundaries of Knowledge in Buddhism, Christianity, and Science, with Special Attention to Dennis Hirota
- The Awareness of the Natural World in Shinjin: Shinran's Concept of Jinen
- Reply to Sandra Costen Kunz's "Respecting the Boundaries of Knowledge"
- Respecting the Boundaries of Knowledge: Teaching Christian Discernment with Humility and Dignity, a Response to Paul O. Ingram
- Buddhist-Christian-Science Dialogue at the Boundaries
- From Epistemology to Ethics
- Asymmetry, Essentialism, and Covert Cultural Imperialism: Should Buddhists and Christians Do Theoretical Work Together?
- Duality and Non-Duality in Christian Practice: Reflections on the Benefits of Buddhist-Christian Dialogue for Constructive Theology
- Thoughts on Why, How, and What Buddhists Can Learn from Christian Theologians
- On Doing Theology and Buddhology: A Spectrum of Christian Proposals
- I Am Speechless: Thank You, Colleague Friends
- Rita Gross as Coeditor of Buddhist-Christian Studies
- Rita Gross: Buddhist-Christian Dialogue about Dialogue
- Rita Gross as Pioneer in the Study of Women and Religion
- Rita Gross's Contribution to Contemporary Western Tibetan Buddhism
- Rita Gross as Colleague and Collaborator
- Rita Gross as Teacher, Mentor, Friend
- No-Self, Dōgen, the Senika Doctrine, and Western Views of Soul
- Hobbits as Buddhists and an Eye for an "I"
- A Buddhist Carol
- Chinese Buddhism and the Threat of Atheism in Seventeenth-Century Europe
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