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by Hee-Sung Keel

eBook Understanding Shinran: A Dialogical Approach (Nanzan Studies in Asian Religions) ePub
Author: Hee-Sung Keel
Language: English
ISBN: 0895819376
ISBN13: 978-0895819376
Publisher: Asian Humanities Pr (June 1, 1995)
Pages: 210
Category: Buddhism
Subcategory: Religios
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 973
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Understanding Shinran offers a sensitive and balanced examination of the life and teachings of the founder of True Pure Land Buddhism.

Understanding Shinran offers a sensitive and balanced examination of the life and teachings of the founder of True Pure Land Buddhism. more s and Christians alike.

With the appearance of Professor Keel's book the development of Shin studies has reached a major milestone. Aspects of Shinran's (1173-1262) life and thought have occasionally been discussed by scholars in the West and by participants in Buddhist-Christian dialogue conferences. The breadth of Professor Keel's knowledge of Shinran and the depth of his insight into the teaching will carry Buddhist-Christian dialogue into the relatively unexplored area of Shin Buddhist-Christian dialogue.

Understanding Shinran. A Dialogical Approach. Fremont, CA: Asian Humanities Press, 1995. Hee-Sung KEEL is Professor of Comparative Religion and Buddhist Studies at Sogang University in Seoul, Korea

Understanding Shinran. Understanding Shinran offers a sensitive and balanced examination of the life and teachings of Shinran Shonin (1173-1262), the founder of True Pure Land Buddhism and one of the greatest religious teachers of all time. Hee-Sung KEEL is Professor of Comparative Religion and Buddhist Studies at Sogang University in Seoul, Korea. He did graduate work at Yale Divinity School and Harvard University, and is the author of numerous works in Korean and English on Buddhism and interreligious studies.

by Nanzan University. in Japanese Journal of Religious Studies. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, Volume 24; doi:10.

book by Hee-Sung Keel. A Dialogical Approach Understanding Shinran is a truly ‘strong’ book, an ‘engaged and sustained hermeneutical effort at understanding’ that never loses itself. Throughout the centuries, the story of his anguished ascent to faith in Amida has lost none of its power to inspire and challenge. Understanding Shinran is a truly ‘strong’ book, an ‘engaged and sustained hermeneutical effort at understanding’ that never loses itself in irrelevant details.

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Understanding Shinran book. Understanding Shinran: A Dialogical Approach (Nanzan Studies In Asian Religions, 6). by. Hee-Sung Keel. Understanding Shinran offers a sensitive and balanced examination of the life and teachings of the founder of Pure Land Buddhism. Nanzan Studies in Asian Religions, 6. English. By (author) Hee-Sung Keel. We can notify you when this item is back in stock. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).

Shinran Shonin (1173-1262) is not only a central figure in the great reforms of Kamakura Buddhism but one of the greatest religious teachers of all times. Throughout the centuries, the anguished story of his ascent to faith in Amida has lost none of its power to inspire and challenge.Understanding Shinran offers a sensitive and balanced examination of the life and teachings of the founder of True Pure Land Buddhism and probes their implication for the interreligious, intercultural world in which we find ourselves today. The author shows how the ongoing drama of salvation through the grace of Amida - a mutual engagement of form and the formless, of ignorant humans and the awakened Buddha - can be read as a message of hope by Buddhists and Christians alike.
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