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With Deep Affection: Honoring Japanese Christiantiy

With Deep Affection: Honoring Japanese Christiantiy

Yesterday, for several hours, I wondered the streets of old Kyoto. I couldn’t read the street signs, so I got lost. That turned out to be a blessing. For example, I discovered a Russian Orthodox Church, built in 1890 and pastored for many years by a future patriarch. I also happened upon an old Protestant […]

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Japan Reflections: Where Was Jesus In Ancient Japan?

Japan Reflections: Where Was Jesus In Ancient Japan?

Many Japanese rock gardens contain a pair of large rocks. One is placed upright and vertical. The other is placed prone and horizontal. (see the two rocks on the back right) Together the two rocks symbolize the sound “ah,” or “mouth open,” and “nn,” or “mouth closed.” This is the Japanese way of expressing the […]

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