By Paul S. Chung,Jurgen Moltmann
“After analyzing I placed this e-book down with nice shock and determined to inspire scholars and an individual attracted to theology in Europe, the US and Asia to urgently and many times learn it.”
--Jurgen Moltmann, Professor Emeritus on the collage of Tubingen.
"Dr. Chung is engaged in a deeply theological mirrored image approximately Buddhism and Protestantism. His paintings is unique and profound."
--John B. Cobb, Jr., Ingraham Professor Emeritus on the Claremont university of Theology
"Of the entire 'turns' in Luther stories, the flip to Asia, so eloquently and powerfully heralded via Paul Chung, may perhaps prove being the main major one either ecumenically and theologically. As a student absolutely conversant with either the simplest of Western and Asian traditions, Dr. Chung is uniquely certified for supporting us learn not just in Buddhist context but in addition in a much broader contextual and worldwide horizon. this is often the path of overseas systematic-hermeneutical theology for the 3rd millennium!"
--Veli-Matti Kärkkäinen, Professor of Systematic Theology, Fuller Theological Seminary, and Docent of Ecumenics, college of Helsinki.
"The basic aim of interreligious discussion is mutual artistic transformation. consequently on my own, Martin Luther and Buddhism merits the eye of either Christians and Buddhists."
--Paul O. Ingram, Professor Emeritus, Pacific Lutheran University
"The e-book on Martin Luther and Buddhism by way of Paul Chung is an engaging try to strengthen an emancipation theology of religions within the Asian context of poverty and pain in addition to of non secular plurality."
--Ulrich Duchrow, Professor of Systematic Theology, college of Heidelberg
"Paul S. Chung's reaction to the problem of spiritual pluralism is daring, well timed, and provocative, as he engages Buddhism in Asia--with its idea of dukkha (suffering)--Luther's theology of the move, and Karl Barth's accessory at the common reign of Jesus Christ."
--Winston D. Persaud, Professor of Systematic Theology, Wartburg Theological Seminary
"Bringing jointly Luther's theology with Buddhist knowing as embedded in Asian tradition is a big problem. Dr. Chung takes in this problem with a far-ranging breadth of information and inventive perception, particularly for interfaith dialogue."
--Karen L. Bloomquist, Director for Theology and reviews on the Lutheran global Federation and Adjunct Professor of Theological Ethics, Wartburg Theological Seminary
Paul S. Chung is Assistant Professor of Lutheran Witness and international Christianity at Wartburg Theological Seminary in Dubuque, Iowa.
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Martin Luther and Buddhism: Aesthetics of Suffering, Second Edition (Princeton Theological Monograph Series Book 80) by Paul S. Chung,Jurgen Moltmann