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Berthrong, John

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Bo-shih-tun Ru-hsueh [Boston Confucianism; in Chinese]

Non-violence in a Pluralistic World: A Tribute to Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr.

Human Nature Revisited; Prospects for Contemporary Confucian-Christian Dialogue

Master Chu's Self-Realization: the role of Ch'eng

The Renewal of Confucian-Christian Dialogue

Unreason with Reason

A Whiteheadian Interpretation of Interfaith Dialogue

Confucian Piety and the Religious Dimension of Japanese Confucianism

MR Ping: the Formation of Christian Identity in an Age of Religious Pluralism



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[Item 1: Bo-shih-tun Ru-hsueh [Boston Confucianism; in Chinese]],
[Item 2: Non-violence in a Pluralistic World: A Tribute to Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr.],
[Item 3: Human Nature Revisited; Prospects for Contemporary Confucian-Christian Dialogue],
[Item 4: Master Chu's Self-Realization: the role of Ch'eng],
[Item 5: The Renewal of Confucian-Christian Dialogue],
[Item 6: Unreason with Reason],
[Item 7: A Whiteheadian Interpretation of Interfaith Dialogue],
[Item 8: Confucian Piety and the Religious Dimension of Japanese Confucianism],
[Item 9: MR Ping: the Formation of Christian Identity in an Age of Religious Pluralism],
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Item 1: Bo-shih-tun Ru-hsueh [Boston Confucianism; in Chinese]Add to your cart.

(Original Label: Art. B448-F1)

Bo-shih-tun Ru-hsueh [Boston Confucianism; in Chinese]

Item 2: Non-violence in a Pluralistic World: A Tribute to Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr.Add to your cart.

(Original Label: Art. B448-F2)

Non-violence in a Pluralistic World: A Tribute to Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr.

Item 3: Human Nature Revisited; Prospects for Contemporary Confucian-Christian DialogueAdd to your cart.

(Original Label: Art. B448-F3)

Human Nature Revisited; Prospects for Contemporary Confucian-Christian Dialogue

Item 4: Master Chu's Self-Realization: the role of Ch'engAdd to your cart.

(Original Label: Art. B448-F4)

Master Chu's Self-Realization: the role of Ch'eng

Item 5: The Renewal of Confucian-Christian DialogueAdd to your cart.

(Original Label: Art. B448-F5)

The Renewal of Confucian-Christian Dialogue

Item 6: Unreason with ReasonAdd to your cart.

(Original Label: Art. B448-F6)

Unreason with Reason

Item 7: A Whiteheadian Interpretation of Interfaith DialogueAdd to your cart.

(Original Label: Art. B448-F7)

A Whiteheadian Interpretation of Interfaith Dialogue

Item 8: Confucian Piety and the Religious Dimension of Japanese ConfucianismAdd to your cart.

(Original Label: Art. B448-F8)

Confucian Piety and the Religious Dimension of Japanese Confucianism

Item 9: MR Ping: the Formation of Christian Identity in an Age of Religious PluralismAdd to your cart.

(Original Label: Art. B448-F9)

MR Ping: the Formation of Christian Identity in an Age of Religious Pluralism



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