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THE JAPAN MISSION JOURNAL 
SPRING 2009 VOL. 63, NO.1

CONTENTS
John Raymaker    A Spiritual Basis for Bridging Cultural and
              Religious Divides

John J. Keane     On the Salvific Status of Other Religious
              Traditions

Marcel Kauss      A Pastoral Mission in Fukuoka

Michael Desprez    The Chinese Rites Controversy and its
               Repercussions

Peter C. Phan      Cultures, Religions, and Mission in Asian
               Catholic Theologies

Joseph S. 0'Leary    Paul's Missionary Motivation

Jan Swyngedouw     Remembering

Book Reviews
Joseph S. 0'Leary    John P. Keenan, Grounding OurFaith in a
                Pluralist World - with a little help from
                Nãgãrjuna


André Broekaert     Michael Amaladoss, The Asian Jesus
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THE JAPAN MISSION JOURNAL 
SUMMER 2009 VOL. 63, NO.2

CONTENTS

James H. Kroeger     Ten Pauline Principles

Takahashi Masaya    Encountering Christ in the Poor

Dorothea M. Filus     lnterreligious Dialogue in Japan

John Breen        'The danger is ever present': Catholic critiques
                of the Yasukuni shrine in postwar Japan

Ludo Goossens      Proposals for Renewal

Joseph S. 0'Leary    Dostoevsky's Quest for Resurrection

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THE JAPAN MISSION JOURNAL 
AUTUMN 2009 VOL. 63, NO.3

CONTENTS

Interview       The Landscape of Salvation
              An interview with
              Abe Keita, Fukushima Kazumoto
              and Hamasaki Masumi

Carol Sack      Music and Prayer for the Dying:
              A Ministry of Healing

Wieslaw M. Macek  The God of Scientists

Masuda Masashi   Reforming our Institute for Theological
                Education

Michael Desprez   Universalism and the 'Regeneration' of
              Minorities: Abbé Grégoire (1750-1831).

Joseph S. 0'Leary  Skillful Means and Conventional Truth in
              lnterreligious Theology

              Statement of the National Seminar on
              "Christian Faith in a World of Science:
              Challenges and Opportunities"

Review Article
Helene O'Sullivan  John F. Haught, Christianity and Science:
              Towards a Theology of Nature

J.P. Mukengeshayi  From Encounter to Dialogue: A report on
Matata          Shrine Shinto Priests' Gathering at Oriens

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THE JAPAN MISSION JOURNAL 
WINTER 2009 VOL. 63, NO.4

CONTENTS
Kudo Hiromi Josepha    Reflections on the Dark Night of
                  Blessed Mother Teresa

Rafael Shoji          Japanese Catholicism Abroad:
                  The Mission to the Nikkei in Brazil

Barbara Rosasco      Help the Cambodian Children

John Breen          'Shinto is the Great Way of the
                  Universe': Historical Notes on
                  Shinto-Christian Negotiations

Fritz Frei            The Manchurian Diary of Andreas
                  Huser, SMB

Nakano Hajime        AIDS Education in London and Tokyo

Paul Surlis           Instability, Structural Violence and
                  Vulnerability: How They Interrelate
                  and lnfluence the HIV Pandemic.

Jan Swyngedouw       Oriens Commemoration Symposium

Trends & Events       Statistics of the Church in Japan 2008

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