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THE JAPAN MISSION JOURNAL 
SPRING 2011 VOL. 65, NO.1

CONTENTS

Sebastian Moore   Two Meditations
 
Sawai Yoshitsugu     Toshihiko Izutsu’s Reading of Buddhist Thought
 
Yahia Lababidi   Silence
 
Michael Desprez 
  Freedom and Authority in the Modern Church:
  The Case of Lamennais
 
John Raymaker   Healing and Creating in History
 
Massimo Faggioli   The Neocatechumenate and Communion in the Church
 
Okada Takeo   Heading the wrong Way for Japan
 
Suwa Eijirō   The Neocatechumenate and Collaborative Ministry
  
Hirota Natsumi   A Study and Translation of Nihon no Katekizumo
 
Documents
  New Year Pastoral Letter of Bishop Mizobe Osamu:
  The Neocatechumenal Way
 
Hirota Natsumi   A Study and Translation of Nihon no Katekizumo


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THE JAPAN MISSION JOURNAL 
SUMMER 2011 VOL. 65, NO.2

CONTENTS

Andrew Fitzsimons   ‘What are Poets for . . .?’
   
Miriam Levering  Buddhist Responses to the Earthquake and Tsunami
   
Peter Milward  What Did It Mean?
 
Sean Freyne  Jesus in Galilee: Good News from the North?
 
Interviews
 
 Pastoral and Medical Approaches to Psychological
 Problems
  
James H. Kroeger   Gifts of the Spirit from Asia
 
Tracy Sayuki Tiemeier  Comparative Theology and the Dialogue of Life
 
Hirota Natsumi  A Study and Translation of Nihon no Katekizumo


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THE JAPAN MISSION JOURNAL 
AUTUMN 2011 VOL. 65, NO.3

CONTENTS

Peter Milward   The Decline of the University
 
Hayo Krombach   The Tendai Philosophy of Perfect Harmony
 
Roger Vanzila Munsi   Conversion Experiences among the Kakure Kirishitan
 
Philippe Kong    From Addiction to Love
 
Michael Desprez
 
  The Shadow-Side of lnculturation:
  Religious Violence in the 4th-5th Centuries
 
Hirota Natsumi   A Study and Translation of Nihon no Katekizumo


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THE JAPAN MISSION JOURNAL 
WINTER 2011 VOL. 65, NO.4

CONTENTS


Richard Goodison  He Came All So Still...
   
Sebastian Moore  We Have the Spirit of God in Us
   
Peter C. Phan  The Spirit as Foundation of
 Interreligious Dialogue
   
Thierry Jean Roboüam  Silk Road Rhythms and Religious
 Geographies: Loci for a Study of Religion
   
Frank Scott Howell   Does Christian Higher Education in Japan
 Have a Place for Engineering?
   
Graham Parkes  Nuclear Power after Fukushima 2011
 
Hirota Natsumi  Nihon no Katekizumo: The Text
 
Document  Abolish Nuclear Plants Immediately:
 Facing the Tragedy of the Fukushima
 Daiichi Nuclear Plant Disaster~
 
Trends & Events  Statistics of the Church in Japan 2010
 
 Index of Authors and Articles 2011


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