"Beautiful without being showy, erudite without being pedantic, complex without being complicated. Surely it will help Christians better understand their Christianity, while making an appreciation of Buddhism accessible to a wider Western audience." Revd Dr William F. Fore "An extraordinary accomplishment which will be valued not just by Buddhists and Christians but by all who acknowledge the need for truth and beauty in the life of the world. Robert Elinor writes with a deep and insightful knowledge of his subject, presenting his material with skill, balance, sensitivity, truthfulness, and understanding." Ronald C. Maddox, General Secretary, The Buddhist Society
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About the Author
Robert Elinor. B.A., U.C.L.A.; M.Div. Union Theological Seminary; Ph.D. University of Edinburgh. Traveled extensively throughout Europe and Asia studying the images and traditions described in this book, and has taught courses related to it at Vassar College and Reed College. Served as Dean of Faculty at New England College and Richmond College, U.K. An ordained Presbyterian minister, a member of the Buddhist Society, London, and the Society of Buddhist-Christian Studies. Lives on a hill in New Hampshire until the snows come, when he and his wife retreat to a small flat in Richmond, England.