I was recently asked to do an interview with a magazine in South Korea, produced by (and for, I assume) Buddhists interested in other religious traditions.  As you may know, Christianity also has a significant footprint in Korea; even back in the late 70s I had Korean classmates studying for ministry at Princeton Theological Seminary.

The editor asked me a range of questions, and I provided relatively short answers, on a range of interesting and important topics.  The interview was published last week and the publisher has graciously given me permission to post them here, on the assumption that most of you will not be reading South Korean magazines!     But if you do, you can catch the questions (in Korean) and my answers (in English):  The Monthly YangWoo Magazine 3/2020.

This will take two posts.

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