Frederick Streng's understanding of emptiness in the Mahayana tradition as a category that can be profitably used in the study of all world religions is one of his great accomplishments. Work is left to be done, however. A rationale for taking a central tenet of one religious tradition and using it to analyze others must be clearly articulated. Further, the articulation must be done in language that will make sense to Western (and other) thinkers not familiar with Mahayana argumentation.
STRENG'S ACCOMPLISHMENT 57 A RECOMMENDATION FOR APOLOGETICS 59 NOTES 63