Interfaith Now
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Interfaith Now

God Our Original Nature

Mormonism through Shusaku Endo

In Shusaku Endo’s novel, SIlence, a former priest explains to a current priest, his former student, how Christianity (specifically Catholicism) was lost in translation into Japanese language and culture in the seventeenth century:

“The Japanese imagine a beautiful, exalted man — and this they call God. They call by the name of God something which…



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Nathan Smith

Psych student and aspiring therapist writing about psychology, philosophy, literature, religion. @NateSmithSNF