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- "From Stereotyped Images to Oriental Complementary: Japan's Particularism and Christianity's Universalism Questioned," in The Japan Christian Review, vol 61 (November, 1995), 43-55.
- "Zen is Not Buddhism: Recent Japanese Critiques of Buddha-Nature," Numen 40 (1993), 115-149.
- "Kokusai-sei, fuhen-sei no atarashii rikai ni idomu katorikku" [The Catholic Church in search for a new understanding of internationalism and universalism], Kokusai koryu (The Japan Foundation), No. 61 (April, 1993),27-33.
- Professor, "Kirisutoky6 to Nippon no shukyo-bunka no deai-Sosen suhai ni taisuru Katorikku no taido o chushin ni shite" [The encounter between Christianity and Japan's religious culture: on the Catholic attitude toward ancestor veneration], in Wakimoto Tsuneya & Yanagawa Keiichi, eds., Gendai shukyogaku 4 (Contemporary science of religion, vol. 4). Tokyo: Tokyo Daigaku Shuppankai, 1992, 59-81.
- "Japon: Le Dialogue Interreligieux," [Japan: The Interreligious Dialogue], Eglises d'Asie, Dossier No. 2/92 (Paris, 1992).
- "Shinto Influence in Japanese Cultural Expression: A Sociological Perspective." In ACUCA (Association of Christian Universities and Colleges in Asia)Exchange (Taipei, R.O.C.), Vol. 1, No. 2 (November 1991), pp. 77-83.
- "Christian Churches and Heretical Movements," in Y. Kumazawa and D.L. Swain, eds., Christianity in Japan: 1971 -90 (Tokyo: Kyobunkan), 178-187.
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