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The Annual Meeting of the Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies: Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 6 –7 November 2009

The Annual Meeting of the Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies: Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 6 –7... The Annual Meeting of the Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 6­7 November 2009 Sandra Costen Kunz Phillips Theological Seminary Amos Yong Regent University School of Divinity The Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies (SBCS) sponsored two sessions in conjunction with the 2009 annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion. The first session was titled "The Boundaries of Knowledge in Buddhism, Christianity and Science." The theme for the second session was "Buddhist-Christian Dialogue in an Age of Science." The first session, a panel discussion of The Boundaries of Knowledge in Buddhism, Christianity and Science, edited by Paul Numrich (Göttingen: Vandenhouek and Rupricht, 2008), considered the epistemological questions raised by Buddhist, Christian, and scientific insights on the inadequacies of conceptualization and language for understanding reality. The project that produced the book was funded by the Templeton Foundation, which also generously supported this panel. After a welcome by moderator Miriam Levering (University of Tennessee), the book's editor, Paul Numrich (Theological Consortium of Greater Columbus), gave a brief overview of the volume, followed by reflections on their chapters by two contributors: Dennis Hirota (Ryukoku University) and Paul Ingram (Pacific Lutheran University). Amos Yong (Regent University School of Divinity) responded to Hirota's http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Buddhist-Christian Studies University of Hawai'I Press

The Annual Meeting of the Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies: Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 6 –7 November 2009

Buddhist-Christian Studies , Volume 30 (1) – Sep 30, 2010

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The Annual Meeting of the Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 6­7 November 2009 Sandra Costen Kunz Phillips Theological Seminary Amos Yong Regent University School of Divinity The Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies (SBCS) sponsored two sessions in conjunction with the 2009 annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion. The first session was titled "The Boundaries of Knowledge in Buddhism, Christianity and Science." The theme for the second session was "Buddhist-Christian Dialogue in an Age of Science." The first session, a panel discussion of The Boundaries of Knowledge in Buddhism, Christianity and Science, edited by Paul Numrich (Göttingen: Vandenhouek and Rupricht, 2008), considered the epistemological questions raised by Buddhist, Christian, and scientific insights on the inadequacies of conceptualization and language for understanding reality. The project that produced the book was funded by the Templeton Foundation, which also generously supported this panel. After a welcome by moderator Miriam Levering (University of Tennessee), the book's editor, Paul Numrich (Theological Consortium of Greater Columbus), gave a brief overview of the volume, followed by reflections on their chapters by two contributors: Dennis Hirota (Ryukoku University) and Paul Ingram (Pacific Lutheran University). Amos Yong (Regent University School of Divinity) responded to Hirota's

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Published: Sep 30, 2010

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