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Terry C. Muck...[T]he Dalai Lama is charismatic, dedicated, and wise. His celebrity is earned....his book...merits consideration by Christian readers.
— Books & Culture: A Christian Review
|A Note to the Reader|
|1||A Wish for Harmony||35|
|2||Love Your Enemy (Matthew 5:38-48)||45|
|3||The Sermon on the Mount: The Beatitudes (Matthew 5:1-10)||53|
|4||Equanimity (Mark 3:31-35)||67|
|5||The Kingdom of God (Mark 4:26-34)||71|
|6||The Transfiguration (Luke 9:28-36)||89|
|7||The Mission (Luke 9:1-6)||95|
|8||Faith (John 12:44-50)||111|
|9||The Resurrection (John 20:10-18)||117|
|The Christian Context of the Gospel Readings||131|
|Glossary of Christian Terms||149|
|The Buddhist Context||165|
|Glossary of Buddhist Terms||177|
|Tibet Since the Chinese Occupation in 1950||201|
Posted January 29, 2002
One need not be a Buddhist to gain wisdom from any of the Dalai Lamas book, and personally I believe any Christian who wants to better understand what unites believers of Buddhism and Christianity will enjoy this book. I find value in books that have gems of wisdom similar to mine regardless of the religion, and this is one of those books.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 11, 2009
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