2900Re: one more quetion, please
- Nov 2, 2005Hi Rick,
The reason I asked the qiestion is because I am trying to learn more
about Jodo Shinshu through a reverend and he asked me to give a
detailed analysis of jinshin. I also felt the terms were pretty
interchangable, that jinshin was more or less the mental attitude
towards the tenets of faith, and so went into dteail about what
those tenets were. He told me they were not interchangable but
represented unique concepts. When I went to the net to see if I
could find more references to jinshin I found very little material.
Hence I addressed this group hoping there would be folks with a
greater opprotunity and more acsess to information than I had to
help me understand the concept.
--- In email@example.com, Shin02143@a... wrote:
> In a message dated 11/1/05 8:42:33 PM, lotusaware@y... writes:
> > They may have been used interchangeablly in Shinran's time but
> > times I believe
> > that there is a difference - shinjin focussing on faith and
> > focussing on compassion,
> > similar but not the same.
> I do not read Chinese or Japanese. I am just passing along what
> said to me, that shinjin and jinshin were used interchangeably by
> a point to this discussion? :)
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