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Book Brief: Jesus Beyond Christianity. by Lion's Roar Staff October 23, 2010
Book Brief: Jesus Beyond Christianity. by Lion's Roar Staff October 23, 2010. Jesus Beyond Christianity, a selection from 56 texts, brings together two thousand years’ worth of thought, examining the figure of Jesus from a slew of outside perspectives. Buddhist, Jewish, Muslim and Hindu reflections on the figure of Jesus - including writings by Mahatma Gandhi and the 14th Dalai Lama - guide the reader along where the world’s religions overlap.
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Barker, Gregory A. and Gregg, Stephen . Jesus Beyond Christianity: The Classic Texts (Oxford: Oxford University, 2010) Pp. xvii + 302. ISBN 978-0-19955-345-7.
Stephen E. GREGG loses his usual analytical and academic thoroughness.
Christianity: The Classic Texts (Oxford: OUP, forthcoming). Stephen E. 29 My concern with Ward’s treatment of this subject lies not, therefore, in his skilful application of philosophical and scientific modes of thought – he eloquently raises issues such as quantum mechanics as a useful arena for debate – but in his separation of religion from social and political problems. I am indebted to Dr. Barker for also bringing to my attention numerous examples of this limitation of dialogue between Christianity and Buddhism. See Barker & Gregg (Ed.