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THE JAPAN MISSION JOURNAL 
SPRING 2015 VOL. 69, NO.1

CONTENTS

Mark Patrick
Hederman

Poetry as Contemplation of Being

 

Tiburtius Heli

Contemplative Life and the Laity in St John of
the Cross

 

 

Martin J. Murphy

Tackling the Roots of Economic Inequality

 

 

Thomas O’Loughlin

Tensions between Theological Speculation and
Historical Inquiry

 

 

François Lachaud

João Rodrigues (1562-1633) on the Art of Tea

 

 

Takashi Yoshimi

That Obscure Repression of Desire: The
Situation of Sexual Minorities in Japan

 

 

Joseph S. O’Leary

The Theological Impact of Literary Modernism

 

 

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THE JAPAN MISSION JOURNAL 
SUMMER 2015 VOL. 69, NO.2

CONTENTS

Rowan Williams

The Ethics of Language: C. S. Lewis on Paradise
Lost

 

 

Maria da Penha
Villela-Petit

Cain and Abel: A Ritual Feud

 

 

Jonathan Day

A Proposal for Ending the ‘Liturgy War’

 

 

Keren Mock

Deborah: A Rashomon of the Last Canaanite War

 

 

Rémi Brague

Discerning the Reality of Islam

 

 

Andreas Speer

For a Philosophical Ecumenism

 

 

William Gater

Michel Houellebecq’s Soumission

 

 

Francis Fukamizu

A Time for Dialogue, Reflection, and Prayer

 

 

Thomas O’Loughlin

What is a Gospel?


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THE JAPAN MISSION JOURNAL 
AUTUMN 2015 VOL. 69, NO.3

CONTENTS
Takayanagi Shun’ichi For a New Mission Strategy in Secularized Japan

 

 

Tiburtius Heli Spiritual Direction for Japanese Youth

 

 

Alfons Deeken Christianity and Humor

 

 

Peter C. Phan Francis, a Pope for Asia?

 

 

Joseph S. O’Leary Robert Magliola on Buddhist-Christian Dialogue

 

 

Kato Satoshi Pathology in the Aftermath of the Great East
Japan Earthquake

 

 

John T. Brinkman The Launch of Laudato si’

 

 

James Harry Morris Christianity, Martyrdom, and Pilgrimage in
Ōkago Village
 
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THE JAPAN MISSION JOURNAL 
WINTER 2015 VOL. 69, NO.4


CONTENTS

Thomas O’Loughlin

What is Meant by a ‘Good’ Liturgy?

 

 

 

Adam Lyons

Prison Chaplaincy in Japan

 

 

 

Barry Cairns

Australian Volunteer Missionaries to Japan

 

 

 

Hoa Francisco Ngo

Between Religion and Culture: An Opus Dei Mission in Japan

 

 

 

James Harry Morris

The Presence of Jĭngjiào in Japan as explored by Ikeda Sakae

 

 

 

Roger Vanzila Munsi

Kakure Kirishitan Survivors

 

 

 

Will Denayer

Anthropogenic Climate Disruption requires changes in the macroeconomics of the global system

 

 

 

Trends & Events

Statistics of the Church in Japan 2014

 

 

 

 

Index of Authors and Articles 2015


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