The Sound of Liberating Truth: Buddhist-Christian Dialogues in Honor of Frederick J. Streng

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Routledge, Oct 23, 2013 - Religion - 312 pages
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Offers essays and dialogues by well-known Buddhist and Christian scholars on topics that were of primary interest to Frederick J. Streng, in whose honour the volume was created. Topics include interreligious dialogue, ultimate reality, nature and ecology, social and political issues of liberation, and ultimate transformation or liberation.
 

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Contents

Ultimate Reality
63
Nature and Ecology
105
Social and Political Issues of Liberation
157
Ultimate Transformation or Liberation
205
Epilogues
245
Index
272
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Paul Ingram (M.A.H.T., Covenant Theological Seminary) covered the occult as a news reporter/photographer and editor in Indiana before entering the field of Christian publishing in 1987. He has written or contributed to numerous books on church history and theology.

Sallie B. King is professor of philosophy and religion at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia.

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