Divine Pedagogy as Skilful Means: Theological Pluralism in the Early Church

Damien Casey

This article explores possible Christian theological contexts for the Buddhist notion of upaya (skilful means), looking for analogues and thus going to “the heart of the matter of religion itself”.

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Originally published in the Patristica, journal of the Japanese Society for Patristic Studies Supplementary Volume 3 (2011). Republished here by kind permission.

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