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Leyser (ed.), ConradWilliams (ed.), Hannah

Mission and Monasticism

Acts of the International Symposium at the Pontifical Athenaeum S. Anselmo, Rome, May 7-9, 2009

Mission and Monasticism

The year 2009 marked the convergence of a number of anniversaries involving the missionary activity of monastic men and women: the centenary of the death of Abbot Franz Pfanner, founder of Mariannhill (1909), the centenary of the Asian Mission of the Benedictines of St. Ottilien (1909), the centenary of the Tutzing Mission to Brazil (1909), the bicentenary of the birth of Boniface Wimmer (1809), and the millennium of the martyrdom of St Bruno of Querfurt (promoter of the “evangelium paganorum” as an (mehr …)

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Arcy May (ed.), John d'

Converging Ways? (ebook)

Conversion and Belonging in Buddhism and Christianity

Converging Ways? (ebook)

There is currently much discussion of both religious conversion and multiple religious belonging, but there has been little examination of their relationship. this book presents a variety of approaches to the problem, from autobiographical accounts of intense personal experience in monastic settings and research into historical controversies and empirical data to a comprehensive theory of multiple belonging.

Contributions by Thomas Joseph Götz OSB, Thomas Timpte OSB, Elizabeth J. Harris, Jorgen Skov Sorensen, Perry Schmidt-Leukel, José Ignacio Cabezón, Paul Williams, Kajsa Ahlstrand, Ruben L.F. Habito, Michael von Brück

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Schmidt-Leukel (ed.), PerryGötz (ed.), Josef ThomasKöberlin (ed.), Gerhard

Buddhist Perceptions of Jesus (ebook)

Papers of the Third Conference of the European Network of Buddhist-Christian Studies (St. Ottilien 1999)

Buddhist Perceptions of Jesus (ebook)

Buddhists have judged Christianity primarily from a spiritual-practical point of view. Thereby the three principles of the Noble Eightfold Path have proved decisive. In that regard it is very significant that negative judgements about Christianity always arose  over the question of vegetarianism and the consumption of alcohol which makes Buddhists believers doubt the spiritual level of Christianity. The collected articles and approaches of this volume present the difficulties of the Buddhist religion within the Christian-Buddhist Dialogue.

Articles by Perry Schmidt-Leukel, Iso Kern, Shizuteru Ueda, Heinz Mürmel, Santikaro Bhikkhu, Frank Usarski, Karl Schmied, Notto Thelle, Michael von Brück

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