Volume 21 Issue 2-3
Reader, Ian, and Tanabe, George J.
Editors’ introduction. [123-135]
Conflict between Shugendō and the New Religions of Bakumatsu Japan. [137-166]
Tokugawa-period disputes between Shugen organizations and Onmyōji over rights to practice divination. [167-189]
Baroni, Helen J.
Bottled anger: Episodes in Ōbaku conflict in the Tokugawa period. [191-210]
Religious conflict in Bakumatsu Japan: Zen master Imakita Kōsen and Confucian scholar Higashi Takusha. [211-230]
Stone, Jacqueline I.
Rebuking the enemies of the Lotus: Nichirenist exclusivism in historical perspective. [231-259]
Mullins, Mark R.
Ideology and utopianism in wartime Japan: An essay on the subversiveness of Christian eschatology. [261-280]
Attacks on the New Religions: Risshō Kōseikai and the “Yomiuri Affair.” [281-310]
Anderson, Richard W.
Risshō Kōseikai and the Bodhisattva way: Religious ideals, conflict, gender, and status. [311-337]