Catholic Literature from Japan
The name Shusaku Endo will doubtless be new to many Christians outside of the Asian Pacific Rim. The fact that Japan has produced a best-selling novelist whose religious orientation has its roots ostensibly in Roman Catholicism may even be a cause for surprise—especially given the traditional Japanese antipathy for Christianity in its various forms. Indeed, it is ironic that a religion perceived by many Japanese as an exclusively “Western” commodity would find . . .
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