The raft is not the shore: conversations toward a Buddhist/Christian awareness

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Beacon Press, 1975 - Religion - 139 pages
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Amazing, amazing book by 2 activists, one Christian and one Buddhist, on the intersection of thought and philosophy between Buddhism and Christianity. Both religions, while having significant differences and interpretations, also have closer parallels that you might think Read full review

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User Review  - Jeremy Grainger - Goodreads

I'm re-reading this book which came out at the end of the Vietnam war -- a fascinating dialog between radical Jesuit priest Daniel Berrigan and the Vietnamese Buddhist monk and teacher, Thich Nhat ... Read full review

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Memory Eucharist Death
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Religion in the World
13
Exile
37
Copyright

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About the author (1975)

Berrigan is a Jesuit Priest, poet, and peacemaker who has been nominated for the Nobel Peace prize. He has written more than fifty books. A member of the Catonsville Nine and Plowshares Eight, Berrigan continues to be politically active and lecture about the scriptures and the call to peacemaking.

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