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This issue contains 28 articles in total
- Editors' Introduction
- Response to John D'Arcy May's Review of Facing Up to Real Doctrinal Difference: How Some Thought-Motifs from Derrida Can Nourish the Catholic-Buddhist Encounter by Robert Magliola (review)
- Jesus and Buddha: Friends in Conversation by Paul Knitter and Roger Haight (review)
- Evangelical Zen: A Christian's Spiritual Travels with a Buddhist Friend by Paul Louis Metzger, with Kyogen Carlson (review)
- What's Wrong with Mindfulness (and What Isn't): Zen Perspectives ed. by Robert Meikyo Rosenbaum and Barry Magid (review)
- In Search of the Christian Buddha: How an Asian Sage Became a Medieval Saint by Donald S. Lopez Jr. and Peggy McCracken (review)
- Comparative Theology and the Problem of Religious Rivalry by Hugh Nicholson, and: The Spirit of Contradiction in Christianity and Buddhism by Hugh Nicholson (review)
- Japan Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies: Report on the 2016 Annual Meeting
- Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies Frederick J. Streng Award 2016
- The Annual Meeting of the Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies
- Abandon All Hope of Fruition: Critical Notes on Engaged Buddhism
- From Strong Black Woman to Remarkably Relationally Resilient Woman: Black Christian Women and Black Buddhist Lesbians in Dialogue
- Seno'o Girō's Buddhist Socialism, Antiwar Movement, and Dialogue with Social Christianity in 1930s–1940s Japan
- Reading Chan Encounter Dialogue during the Song Dynasty: The Record of Linji, the Lotus Sutra, and the Sinification of Buddhism
- Quan Am and Mary: Vietnamese Religious, Cultural, and Spiritual Phenomena
- The Paradoxical Place of the Self: Augustine and Zhi Yi on the Question of the Self and World Experience and the Revelatory Power of Self-Inspection
- A Trinitarian Response to Buddhist Antitheistic Arguments
- The Limitation of Language and an Ambiguous Way of Knowing: A Comparative Theological Study of Cyril of Alexandria and Nāgārjuna
- Buddhist and Ignatian Spiritualities: Reports on a Trial Run of an Interfaith Retreat based on Ignatius and the Buddha in Conversation: A Resource for a Religiously Plural Dialog Juxtaposing the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius and Buddhist Wisdom
- Thomas Merton's Unfinished Journey in Dialogue with Buddhism
- Ambivalence in Shangri-La: Merton's Orientalism and Dialogue
- "We Drank Many Gin and Tonics": Desire and Enchantment in Merton's Buddhist Pilgrimage
- Merton and the Axes of Dialogue
- Thomas Merton's Deep Christian Learning across Religious Borders
- Response to "What Is Wrong with Us? What Is Wrong with the World?"
- Flawed Subjectivities: Cyril of Alexandria and Mahāyāna Buddhism on Individual Volition, Sin, and Karma
- What Is Wrong with Us?: What Is Wrong with the World? A Buddhist Perspective
- What Is Wrong with Us?
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