Audio: Society for Comparative Theology Lecture

April 11, 2012
Audio: Society for Comparative Theology Lecture

Mark Heim of Andover Newton Theological School offered reflections on the kind of self that is implied by Christian theological terms and the ways in which this matches up with Buddhist categories. In particular, he explored the extent to which a 'mimetic self' might correspond to both Christian and Buddhist accounts.

Sponsored by the Center for the Study of World Religions and the Society for Comparative Theology at Harvard Divinity School.
Society for Comparative Theology Lecture by Harvard Divinity School