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In commenting on John Robinson's (then Bishop of Woolwich) book 'Honest to God', Sangharakshita considers the Bishop's thinking on the issues of God's existence, Christ, and prayer. The Bishop raises problems to which Buddhism, a non-theistic religion, has already found successful solutions.
N.B. Poor original recording.
Talk given in 1965.
|1.||'Honest to God' by the Bishop of Woolwich (6:21)|
|2.||Exchange of ideas between Christians and Buddhists (14:08)|
|3.||The issue of God and the end of traditional theism (10:41)|
|4.||Non-theistic religion and Christianity without God (8:22)|
|5.||Christ: God incarnate or good man? A middle way; concern for others and compassion (9:43)|
|6.||Worship and prayer; the Bishop of Woolwich and Buddhism (9:54)|
Total running time: 59:09