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Reviews of:

Thomas Merton and Thich Nhat Hanh: Engaged Spirituality in an Age of Globalization

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01 Merton and Thich Nhat Hanh met briefly at the Gethsemani Trappist monastery in Kentucky in 1966Woodhouse, Mark Library Journal 126.14 (1 September 2001): 185.
2001
02Mindful MonksRobert King, a retired philosophy religion professor and academic dean, discovered only late in his academicHauser, Richard J. America 186.17 (20 May 2002): 24-26.
2002
03 Thomas Merton and Thich Nhat Hanh met once before Merton's untimely death in 1968.Kauffman, Richard A. Christian Century 119.9 (24 April-1 May 2002): 36.
2002
04 To think outside the box is thought by many these days to be absolutely essential.Eastman, Patrick Monos 17.1 (Jan/Feb 2004): 8.
2004
05 Vietnamese Zen Master Thich nhat Hanh and Catholic monk Thomas Merton met only once, for a few hours in 1966.Lion, Diana Turning Wheel (Spring 2004): 38.
2004
06 This book, organized like an academic work and not deficient in scholarship (though perhaps a bit repetitious at times), is also autobiographical: KingBuchanan, William C. Choice Connect 39.10 (June 2002) 1786.
2002.
ANNUAL This is a fine and worthwhile book. While not exactly groundbreaking, especially in regard toThompson, J. Milburn Merton Annual 15: 267-269.
2002
SEASONALListening Deeply, Living DeeplyThe first chapter of Thich Nhat Hanh's 1995 book Living Buddha, Living Christ contains a quotationThurston, Bonnie B. Merton Seasonal 26:4 (Winter 2001): 25-27.
http://merton.org/ITMS/Seasonal/26/26-4ThurstonRevKing.pdf
2001