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Buddhadharma : Spring 2012
SPRING 2 0 1 2 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY 73 Rose Drew’s Buddhist and Christian? joins a growing lineup of scholarly studies on “religious dual belonging.” But it does so in a distinctive manner: it draws not only on theological and Buddhist scholarship, but on living, struggling practitioners. It is not only assuring in its careful scholarship, it is inspiring as it gives voice to women and men who are trying to figure out what is going on in them as they live out a spirituality that is both Buddhist and Christian. While she records carefully, Drew also assesses creatively. One senses that she is a dual belonger her- self, trying to understand her love of both Jesus and Buddha. The most salient, and successful, feature of Drew’s study is that it is spirituality, or theology, based on ethnography. To understand dual belonging, she has inter- viewed six dual belongers (though not all of them would be comfortable with that terminology): Roger Corless (since deceased), Sr. Ruth Furneaux, Ruben Habito, John Keenan, Sallie King, and Maria Reis Habito. All of them began their spiritual journey as disciples of Jesus, and all of them, to varying degrees, are continu- ing it now also as disciples of Buddha. Their voices, speaking clearly out of their WALKING WITH BUDDHA AND CHRIST PAUL F. KNITTER is Paul Tillich the Professor of Theology, World Religions, and Culture at the Union Theological Seminary in New York, and the author of No Other Name? and Without Buddha I Could Not Be A Christian. BUDDHIST and CHRISTIAN? An Exploration of Dual Belonging By Rose Drew Routledge, 2011 $140; 288 pages Reviewed by Paul F. Knitter (TOPLEFT)DAVIDBREWSTER;(TOPRIGHT)iSTOCKPHOTO