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Interfaith Dialogue: A Catholic View (review)

Interfaith Dialogue: A Catholic View (review) BUDDHIST-CHRISTIAN STUDIES team up with scientists sympathetic to the religious dimension and who would then be able to temper the inevitable "enthusiasm" that religion (rightly) generates. As readers of this journal will by now sense, there is a great deal to be gained from reading Mansfield since there will inevitably be the opportunity to return afresh to perennial questions deep within both Christian and Buddhist traditions, albeit this time informed by the way that an astrophysicist has wrestled with similar matters out of the "empty" standpoint of Tibetan Buddhism. May the legacy of Victor Mansfield inspire the next generation of researchers who dare to venture into the complex trilogue that is Christian faith, Buddhist philosophy, and modern science. Amos Yong Regent University School of Divinity INTERFAITH DIALOGUE: A CATHOLIC VIEW. By John Borelli and Michael Fitzgerald. Maryknoll: Orbis, 2006. 255 pp. John Borelli and Michael Fitzgerald have given us not just one Catholic view on interfaith dialogue, but several perspectives in this collection of articles ranging from 1996 to 2004. The authors' deep ecclesial engagement at the highest levels of interreligious dialogue gives the book real credibility as a "Catholic" approach: Borelli in the United States with the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Buddhist-Christian Studies University of Hawai'I Press

Interfaith Dialogue: A Catholic View (review)

Buddhist-Christian Studies , Volume 29 (1) – Oct 17, 2009

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BUDDHIST-CHRISTIAN STUDIES team up with scientists sympathetic to the religious dimension and who would then be able to temper the inevitable "enthusiasm" that religion (rightly) generates. As readers of this journal will by now sense, there is a great deal to be gained from reading Mansfield since there will inevitably be the opportunity to return afresh to perennial questions deep within both Christian and Buddhist traditions, albeit this time informed by the way that an astrophysicist has wrestled with similar matters out of the "empty" standpoint of Tibetan Buddhism. May the legacy of Victor Mansfield inspire the next generation of researchers who dare to venture into the complex trilogue that is Christian faith, Buddhist philosophy, and modern science. Amos Yong Regent University School of Divinity INTERFAITH DIALOGUE: A CATHOLIC VIEW. By John Borelli and Michael Fitzgerald. Maryknoll: Orbis, 2006. 255 pp. John Borelli and Michael Fitzgerald have given us not just one Catholic view on interfaith dialogue, but several perspectives in this collection of articles ranging from 1996 to 2004. The authors' deep ecclesial engagement at the highest levels of interreligious dialogue gives the book real credibility as a "Catholic" approach: Borelli in the United States with the

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