Bern, Berlin, Frankfurt/M., New York, Paris, Wien, 1996. 285 pp.
Contents: The struggles of modern Japanese Christians for justice. Concern over the pervasive Emperor system; the workforce,
especially women, day labourers and migrant workers; the victims of pollution; aliens and Japanese suffering discrimination;
peace with justice within Japan and in relations with other Asians; Japanese Christians forging their own social theology,
which challenges the West.