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Volume 41 Issue 1
Groner, Paul, and Jacqueline I. Stone
Editors’ Introduction: The Lotus Sutra in Japan [1-23]
The Words of the Lotus Sutra in Nichiren’s Thought [25-43]
The Lotus Sutra as the Core of Japanese Buddhism: Shifts in Representations of its Fundamental Principle [45-64]
Ōjōden, the Hokke genki, and Mountain Practices of Devotees of the Sutra [65-82]
The Identity between the Purport of the Perfect and Esoteric Teachings [83-102]
The Lotus Sutra and the Perfect-Sudden Precepts [103-131]
The Tendai Debates of 1131 at Hosshōji [133-151]
Stone, Jacqueline I.
The Atsuhara Affair: The Lotus Sutra, Persecution, and Religious Identity in the Early Nichiren Tradition [153-189]
Covell, Stephen G.
Interfaith Dialogue and a Lotus Practitioner: Yamada Etai, the Lotus Sutra, and the Religious Summit Meeting on Mt. Hiei [191-217]