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Common Ground Between Islam and Buddhism: Spiritual and Ethical Affinities
Author Hanson, Hamza Yusuf ; His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama ; Kazemi, Reza Shah ; Mohammad Hashim Kamali ; Prince Ghazi bin Muhammad, H. R. H.
Date2010.05
Pages174
PublisherFons Vitae
Publisher Url http://www.fonsvitae.com/
LocationLouisville, KY, US [路易維爾, 肯塔基州, 美國]
Content type書籍=Book
Language英文=English
AbstractForging a interfaith dialog between traditions that typically stand at odds, this groundbreaking book explores the scriptural and spiritual tenets of Islam and Buddhism in relation to one another, creating a basis for comparison and analysis of the two traditions. Written by eminent scholars, this discussion juxtaposes foundational principles and practices by linking underlining principles and fostering a mutual appreciation between followers of both religions. This interfaith volume discusses metaphysical traditions and philosophical studies born of Islam and Buddhism, places them in context with each other, thus encouraging understanding, and providing a point of reference for continued learning and cooperation. Forging aninterfaith dialog between traditions that typically stand at odds, this groundbreaking bookexplores the scriptural and spiritual tenetsof Islam and Buddhism in relation to one another, creating a basis for comparison and analysis of the two traditions. Thediscussion juxtaposes foundational principles and practices by linking underlyingprinciples and fostering a mutual appreciation between followers of both religions. This interfaith initiative focuses uponmetaphysical and ethical aspectsof Islam and Buddhism, placingthem in context with each other, thus encouraging understanding, and providing a point of reference for continuing and deepeningreciprocal respect and collaboration. In their respective introductions to this book, H.H. the Dalai Lama states that the book helps demonstrate that Islam is indeed a 'path of salvation'; while leading Islamic scholar of jurisprudence, Prof Mohammad Hashim Kamali, asserts that on the basis of this book one can argue that Buddhism is an authentic 'deen' or religion.
ISBN9781891785627 (pbk); 1891785621 (pbk)
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