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The Zen teachings of Jesus

by Kenneth S. Leong

  • 210 Want to read
  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Crossroad in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jesus Christ -- Teachings.,
  • Jesus Christ -- Buddhist interpretations.,
  • Christianity and other religions -- Zen Buddhism.,
  • Zen Buddhism -- Relations -- Christianity.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 199-204).

    StatementKenneth S. Leong.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS2415 .L45 1995
    The Physical Object
    Pagination204 p. ;
    Number of Pages204
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1278109M
    ISBN 100824514815
    LC Control Number95009839
    OCLC/WorldCa32166360

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      Gray, a former NFL player and the lead pastor at Transformation Church in South Carolina, bases this book-length sermon about happiness on the teachings of Jesus . Analogies have been drawn between Buddhism and Christianity and Buddhism may have influenced early Christianity. Buddhist missionaries were sent by Emperor Ashoka of India to Syria, Egypt and Greece beginning in BCE and may have helped prepare for the ethics of Christ. Others have noted the significant differences between the two religions beginning with monotheism's place at the core of.

    Of course there were many more than twelve who influenced Zen in the three-hundred year period covered in this book, but this is not a history book — it is a book of teachings (teishos in Japanese) delivered by a contemporary Zen teacher who uses these stories as a basis for teaching Zen students. As such, I think it succeeds admirably as. Everything Changes; Nothing Remains the Same - Dharma Heart Zen - All Day Sitting Aug Chris Fortin gives a talk at the Dharma Heart Zen All Day Sitting on the Life and Death teachings of Yvonne Rand. Yvo.


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An excellent book that gives a fresh angle on Jesus as a teacher of non-dual awareness. Leong rightly perceives that there are many corollaries between Zen and the teachings of Jesus, especially the parables.

Jesus and Zen are not about dualistic black and white absolutes. Jesus and Zen are about holding the creative tensions between opposites.4/5. Jesus waited on death, where waiting means that he attended to and underwent the pain and suffering of death as the last and ultimate path toward life lived in the Presence.

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The Zen Teachings of Jesus. Author: Kenneth S. Leong. Why I recommend this book: I could not put this book down. Leong opens up the sayings of Jesus in a fresh and inspiring way. He sees the poet and artist in Jesus and uses the basic elements of Zen: presence, ordinariness, zest, ease, gentleness, freedom, simplicity, and paradox - to.

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Reading the Gospels, Zen Style * * * In the world you have tribulation; but be of good cheer. – John I left Jesus to search for the Tao when I was sixteen. Now I am forty, and I realize that I could have found the Tao in Jesus.

This book is partially a reflection of my journey. It may look like a round trip, but it is : The Crossroad Publishing Company. Hi, my name is Martin, but you can call me Fuyu.I'm not a famous Zen master, I don't have many disciples, and I'm not even wise. I'm just a simple Buddhist teacher here to share with you Buddha's Dharma, hoping it'll bring happiness and inner peace to you.

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This book reflects the spiritual side of Zen, the art to trust and accept life that coincides with the core of the Gospel message.

For power, dogma and doctrine were not Jesus' passion, but the mystery of life and the possibility of love. Sometimes people have overlooked the joy, the humor and the depth of Jesus' teachings—often because they could not surmount the narrow confines of openness Pages: Now I am forty and realize that I could have found the Tao in Jesus.

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A Zen-influenced slant on Jesus' advocacy of the spiritual practice of shadow.The Teachings of Jesus. 20 likes. TEACHINGS OF OUR LORD they were given to His beloved children, - ↑ Blofeld, trans, “The Zen Teaching of Huang Po on the Transmission of Mind,” from the Chun Chow Record of the Zen Master Huan Po (Tuan Chi) in Ross, World of Zen.

↑ Daisetz Suzuki, Essays in Zen Buddhism Series 1 (New York: Harper and Brothers, ).