Popular Buddhism in Japan: Shin Buddhist Religion & Culture (Google eBook)

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Esben Andreasen
University of Hawaii Press, 1998 - Religion - 199 pages
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Contents

General Introduction
1
Shinran the Founder
13
Shin Buddhism in the Modern Age
38
Shin Buddhism and Christianity Compared
58
Shinran and Soren Kierkegaard
63
Shinrans Ideas of Equality
64
The Dobokai Movement
67
The Goal of the Shinshu Dobokai Movement
69
Plan of Higashi Honganji
104
Hoonko at Higashi Honganji 1992 a Description
106
Hoonko Time Schedule 1992
114
Susuharai at Higashi Honganji 1992
118
Hoonko at Murakami Niigata 1992
120
Death and Burial in Shin Buddhism
126
Procedure for Funerals Excerpts from a Handbook for Shinshu Priests
128
White Ashes a Letter
129

The Dobokai Movement an Interview
71
Manual for Propagators of the Dobokai Movement
76
Shin Buddhism and the Arts and Crafts
80
Parable of the White Path
84
From The Ten Foot Square Hut
87
From The Year of My Life
89
From The Seventh Journal
90
Haiku 25 Saichi Asahara Poems of a myokonin
91
The Dharma Gate of Beauty Shin Aesthetics
92
Doshu of Akao a Woodblock Print by Munakata
96
A Childs Hoonko
97
Rituals in Shin Buddhist Temples notably Higashi Honganji
101
A Shumidan Ceremony at Higashi Honganji 1993
132
Shin Buddhist Viewpoints on Death and Burial an Interview
134
Shin Buddhist Education
140
Opening Ceremony Address of Shinshu University i1901
141
Shin Buddhist Viewpoints on Education an Interview
142
Shin Buddhist Mission in Hawaii
151
in America
171
Prof Alfred Bloom Appraisal of Shin Buddhism
181
Bibliography
188
Glossary of Japanese Words
194
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About the author (1998)

Andreasen is senior lecturer at Roskilde Cathedral School, Denmark

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