Buddhist-Christian encounter in contemporary Thailand - Kenneth Fleming



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Buddhist-Christian encounter in contemporary Thailand
Kenneth Fleming
Paperback / softback
Peter Lang
UK Publication Date

This book is a study of contemporary Buddhist-Christian encounter in Thailand. Case studies, which include a Buddhist nationalist group, a charismatic church movement, and a village community, describe the variety and nature of Buddhist-Christian relations. Arising issues - nationalism, identity, notions of the religious other - are discussed with regard to Thai history and modern society. The book also highlights cultural notions of avoidance and the Buddhist concept of friendship as Thai offerings to the field of interreligious dialogue. The study is based on qualitative research and draws on different academic disciplines, including religious studies, theology, and political studies. It makes a distinctive contribution to the fields of Thai Studies and global Buddhist-Christian Studies.

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Kenneth Fleming is a Scottish theologian, who has lived and worked in Asia. He has been involved in Buddhist-Christian dialogue at the grassroots and in academia for many years and has wide experience of Japanese and Thai forms of Buddhism and Christianity.

New edition
Keyword Index
Christianity and other religions - Buddhism.|Buddhism - Relations - Christianity.|Thailand - Religion.
Country of Publication
New York (State)
Number of Pages
xv, 228

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