Jodo Shinshu: Shin Buddhism in Medieval Japan
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264pp. April 2002
Jodo Shinshu: Shin Buddhism in Medieval Japan
Author: Dobbins, James C.;
A Choice Outstanding Academic Book

First paperback edition
Pure Land Buddhist Studies Series
Published with the Institute of Buddhist Studies at the Graduate Theological Union
"The most complete and important book on the early history of Shin Buddhism to appear in English.... No other work in English combines the biography of the founder with such a detailed study of the complex development of Shin Buddhism from its simple beginnings as a small, rural primarily lay Buddhist movement in the 12th century to its rapid growth as a powerful urban religion in the 15th century." --Choice
Author: Dobbins, James C.;
James C. Dobbins is professor of religion and East Asian studies at Oberlin College.



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