World Cultures and World Religions: The Coming Dialogue
A fundamental tool for Christians and all who aspire to understand the religious and cultural life of the world. This magisterial work explores the position of the world's religions within their socio-cultural systems and explains the relations between Christianity and the non-Christian religions, East and West, the clash of cultures and the movement of divine and human forces that are changing the pattern of man's life.
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RELIGIONS WITH THE WEST IN THE PAST
3 THE NEW SITUATION IN THE NINETEENTH
THE SIGNIFICANCE OF CHRISTIAN MISSIONS
THE CULTURAL RESPONSE OF THE EAST TO
THE BUDDHIST WORLD
CHINA AND JAPAN
THE WESTERN RESPONSE TO EASTERN CULTURES
IO THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE POLITICAL REVOLUTION
n THE COMING WORLDCIVILIZATION
THE TERMS OF THE COMING DIALOGUE
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