Report of the Consulation on Inter-Religious Dialogue with Special Reference to World Peace

Editorial Staff
1969 Japanese Journal of Religious Studies  
T he specific purpose of this consultation was stated as being an attem pt to probe together into the implications of inter religious dialogue and to work together on some guidelines for the relationship religions have with the issue of peace. Participants then replied with their comments to the two papers which had been presented, i.e., Dr. Sam artha5s paper and Dr. Iisaka's paper. I t was stressed that the distinction between people lies not between people of different religions but between
more » ... gions but between different styles within the same religion, a point which Dr. Iisaka had m ade with his illustration of the Good Sam aritan. T he problem of getting into the field of ideas and, therefore, of language and semantics was discussed. I t was stated that the
doi:10.18874/jjrs.crj.10.1-2.1969.126-129 fatcat:jssxhooqxfazrkyublvkvsft3u