Shin Buddhism: Bits of Rubble Turn into Gold
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Interest in Buddhism continues to grow throughout North America, and more and more readers are moving beyond the familiar Zen and Tibetan traditions to examine other types of Buddhism. In Shin Buddhism, Taitetsu Unno explains the philosophy anc practices of "Pure Land" Buddhism, which dates back to the sixth century C.E., when Buddhism was first introduced in Japan.

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ebook, 224 pages
Published September 17th 2002 by Image (first published January 1st 2002)
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