From OKUYAMA Michiaki, Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture, Nagoya, Japan
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
The editors are pleased to announce that the Japanese Association for Religious Studies has published the new online journal, /”Religious Studies in Japan/”(ISSN 2186-9952).
The complete issue is downloadable for free in PDF format.
/Religious Studies in Japan /is an online peer-reviewed journal edited and published by the Japanese Association for Religious Studies (Current President: Inoue Nobutaka).
This journal aims to share scholarly research by members of the Japanese Association for Religious Studies with international colleagues, and to promote discussion between scholars in Japan and abroad.
vol. 1: 1–2
President of the Japanese Association for Religious Studies
vol. 1: 3–23
From Salvation to Spirituality: The Contemporary Transformation of Religions Viewed from East Asia
vol. 1: 25–38
The Theology of Simone Weil and the Topology of Andre’ Weil
vol. 1: 39–59
Divine Healing in the Early Holiness Movement of Japan
vol. 1: 61–77
Civil Religion in Japan? Rethinking the Arguments and their Implications
INOUE Nobutaka and the Religious Information Research Center, eds., Aum Shinrikyo in the Information Age, reviewed by SAKURAI Yoshihide
vol. 1: 79–85
INABA Keishin, Altruism and Religion, reviewed by Ranjana MUKHOPADHYAYA
vol. 1: 86–90
OKUYAMA Michiaki, Director, Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture Nanzan University
18 Yamazato-cho, Showa-ku, Nagoya 466-8673 Japan