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Understanding Shinran

Hee-Sung Keel

Understanding Shinran

a dialogical approach

by Hee-Sung Keel

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Published by Asian Humanities Press in Fremont, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shinran, 1173-1263.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 185-195) and index.

    StatementHee-Sung Keel.
    SeriesNanzan studies in Asian religions ;, [6]
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBQ8749.S557 K44 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 210 p. ;
    Number of Pages210
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL781440M
    ISBN 100895819376
    LC Control Number95013351

    Understanding Shinran offers a sensitive and balanced examination of the life and teachings of Shinran Shonin (), the founder of True Pure Land Buddhism and one of the greatest religious teachers of all time. Throughout the centuries, the story of his anguished ascent to faith in Amida has lost none of its power to inspire and challenge. [2] CWS refers to The Collected Works of Shinran, translated by Dennis Hirota, Hisao Inagaki, Michio Tokunaga, and Ryushin Uryuzu, Published in by Jodo Shinshu Hongwanji-ha, Kyoto. Volume I contains translations of Shinran’s writings, and Volume II contains Introductions to the works written by the translators, as well as Glossaries and other reading aids.

    For those who already have a strong understanding of the Mahayana, I believe I may have derived a very simple summary of the teachings of Shinran for those who are unsure about what the fundamentals of the school are: Amida is the Adibuddha. Service Book (by Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii) $ A True Pure Land Teaching Jodo Shinshu Song of True Shinjin And Three Pure Land Poems Written by Gutoku Shinran (by Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii) $ Jodo Shinshu Service Book (by Jodo Shinshu Hongwanji-ha) $ Hawaii Buddhist Council Cookbook Vol. 2.

    Understanding Shinran: A Dialogical Approach. Freemont, CA: Asian Humanities Press, E-mail Citation» Keel differs from many interpreters of Shinran in being both Korean and Christian, and thus provides a fresh alternate take on his subject. The Tannishō is a 13th-century book of recorded sayings attributed to Shinran, transcribed with commentary by Yuien-bo, a disciple of Shinran. The word Tannishō is a phrase which means "A record [of the words of Shinran] set down in lamentation over departures from his [Shinran's] teaching".


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Understanding Shinran is a book with helpful insights and suggestive for dealing with problems in contemporary Shin Buddhism.

Sooner or later, followers of Shinran will have to present themselves in a stronger light to meet the challenge of Protestant and Christian. Understanding Understanding Shinran book A Dialogical Approach (Nanzan Studies in Asian Religions, 6) by Understanding Shinran book Keel (Author) › Visit Amazon's Hee-Sung Keel Page.

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The Essential Shinran-Ed. Alfred Bloom review This was an extremely helpful book in understanding Shinran and New Pureland Buddhism (or at least the foundations). Bloom does an excellent job in categorizing and organizing Shinran's work in a way that is helpful and allows one to grasp more fully what the beliefs of Shinran were/5(5).

Understanding Shinran book Shinran and the Burden of Traditional Dogmatics Gregory G. Gibbs PRELIMINARY REMARKS The welcomed publication by those of of a us new who book-length feel that Shinran study of merits Shinran more in attention English in is welcomed by those of us who feel that Shinran merits more attention in Buddhist studies in the West.

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Due to COVID, orders may be : Hee-Sung Keel. Get this from a library. Understanding Shinran: a dialogical approach. [Hee-Sung Keel] -- "Shinran Shonin () is not only a central figure in the great reforms of Kamakura Buddhism but one of the greatest religious teachers of all times.

Throughout the centuries, the anguished. Shinran dedicated considerable time in this period to writing. In addition to completing the Kyōgyōshinshō, he composed doctrinal treatises, commentaries, religious tracts, hymns of praise (wasan), and other works, both to confirm his own understanding of Pure Land Buddhism and to convey his views to others.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): scholar on Japanese Buddhism. It is a welcome addition to the small number of studies of Pure Land Buddhism in European languages, and it is in itself a significant event in the Christian response to Pure Land Buddhism, from Francis Xavier to Karl Barth, Henri de Lubac, John B.

Cobb, Jan Van Bragt, and Dennis Gira. Understanding Jodo Shinshu by Eiken Kobai Sensei. Table of Contents in Japanese but had a few sections with English translations including one long page with an unformatted draft of the book you are holding in your hand.

and the clear understanding of what Shinran taught as he taught it, we are able to respond to Amida’s Light and. Shinran s Kyogyoshinsho Book Summary: This annotated translation by Daisetz Suzuki () comprises the first four of six chapters of the Kyogyoshinsho, the definitive doctrinal work of Shinran ().

Shinran founded the Jodo Shin sect of Pure Land Buddhism, now the largest religious organization in Japan. Understanding Shinran is a truly ‘strong’ book, an ‘engaged and sustained hermeneutical effort at understanding’ that never loses itself in irrelevant details. It probes deeply into the main points that appear to separate Shinran’s thinking from Christian thinking, and honestly challenges the respective doctrines when the light.

Although unfinished, Suzuki's translation conveys the text's core religious message, showing how Shinran offered a new understanding of faith through studying teachings before engaging in praxis, rather than the more common and far more limited view of faith in Buddhism as relevant to one just beginning their pursuit of Buddhist truth.

Buddhism. Though Shinran wrote numerous works and composed poems, gathas, this text is organized and structured to deal with the major points for understanding Shin Buddhism. It is the text book of faith. People frequently criticise book learning in contrast to experience. As far as it goes, it is Size: 51KB.

Most of my experience with Buddhism has been with the Theravada tradition, but I have also had the opportunity to do some exploration of Mahayana Buddhism, including Pure Land. I found this book, "The Essential Shinran: A Buddhist Path of True Entrusting" () deeply moving.

The book is difficult but it taught me a great deal/5. The book begins with a foreword by Ruben L.F. Habito in which Dr. Habito describes this book as a “highly accessible and reliable guide, based on original sources, to Shinran’s key ideas,” as well as giving some of his own keys to understanding Shinran and Pure Land Buddhism.

Understanding Shinran offers a sensitive and balanced examination of the life and teachings of the founder of True Pure Land Buddhism.

The author shows how the ongoing drama of salvation through the grace of Amida-a mutual engagement of form and the formless, of ignorant humans and the awakened Buddha-can be read as a message of hope by Buddhists and Christians alike.

Professor Kobai explains the True Teaching, Practice and Realization of the Pure Land Way, as taught first by Master Shinran, and then by Master those new to Shin Buddhism, and for those confused by the different teachings being propagated today in Master Shinran's name, Kobai Sensei provides clear insight into the Dharma coming from 40 years of study as a5/5.

Professor Eiken Kobai’s book “Understanding Jodo Shinshu” is now available online at his website, The Shin Buddhism Study Center. If you are interested in Shinran’s TRUE teaching - If you want to end your suffering, at last - If you are confused by the many and varied modern Shin teachings that are only loosely based on Shinran’s thought.

Understanding Shinran: A Dialogical Approach Alfred Bloom University of Hawai'i It was my original intention to write a review of Professor Keel's book. The excep-tional quality of the book itself, however, and the issues it raises concerning Shin Buddhism call for a more detailed exploration and discussion.

Therefore, this essay. The book includes a glossary of unfamiliar terms, a short bibliography, and an index showing the sources of the selections presented in the book in the works of Shinran.

This book is an outstanding work for readers with a basic understanding of Buddhism who wish to learn about Shinran and about Pure Land/5(9).

Buddhism. Though Shinran wrote numerous works and composed poems, gathas, this text is organized and structured to deal with the major points for understanding Shin Buddhism. It is the text book of faith. People frequently criticise book learning in contrast to experience. As far as it goes, it is true.

One's experience is crucial forFile Size: KB."Living in Amida’s Universal Vow: Essays in Shin Buddhism (World Wisdom, ), edited by Alfred Bloom, is a collection of essays on a distinctive form of Pure Land Buddhism based on the teachings of Japanese masters Honen () and Shinran ().

Further Buddhist Christian Dialogue: A Review Article of Hee Sung Keel's Understanding Shinran: A Bloom, Alfred. ESSAYS Alfred Bloom University of Hawai`i It was my original intention to write a review of Professor Keel's book.

The exceptional quality of the book itself, however, and the issues it raises concerning Shin Author: Bloom, Alfred.