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A Dialogue in Pictures. Reform Buddhism and Christianity in the Works of Ven. Hatigammana Uttarananda / Sri Lanka

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The monk Ven. Hatigammana Uttarananda represents a reform Buddhism that is socio-politically engaged in the conflict-ridden context of Sri Lanka. As an artist he is the Buddhist alter ego of the well-known Catholic liberation theologian Aloysius Pieris. The later commissioned Uttarananda to realize his first Christian mural in the Tulana Centre for Dialogue. With translation, questioning and exchange Uttananada’s works allow exploring different patterns of interreligious dialogue.

Affiliations: 1: Protestant Theological University of Kampen, Email:


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