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There is No Common Denominator for World
The Impact of Dialogue with Christianity
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absolute Nothingness Accordingly affirmation anthropocentrism aspect awakening basis Boundless Openness Buddhism and Christianity Buddhist Emptiness Buddhist notion Buddhist-Christian Christ Christianity and Buddhism Cobb common denominator compassion concept death dependent co-origination Dharma dharma-kaya dhyana distinction divine doctrine double negation duality dynamic identity emphasizes enlightenment ethics everything evil existential experience faith Gautama Buddha Gilkey God's ground history of religions human existence humankind Ibid interfaith dialogue Jesus justice karma kenosis kenotic Kiing Knitter liberation liberation theology Mahayana Buddhism Masao Abe meaning meditation monistic monotheistic nature negative nirvana no-self non-being non-dualistic unity non-substantial one's ontological overcome Paul Tillich pleroma polarity positionless position prajna pratitya-samutpada principle problem question Reality in Buddhism regard religious pluralism sambhoga-kaya samsara secular self-awakening self-centeredness self-emptying self-negation sense spiritual standpoint suffering sunyata theologians theology things tradition transcendent true Emptiness truth ultimacy ultimate reality understanding understood universe wisdom world and history world religions Yahweh Yogacara