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Book Review
The reviewer J.C.Cooper, quotes Charles Luk's own words, that his only ambition is "to present as many Chinese Buddhist texts as possible, so that Buddhism can be preserved at least in the West, should it be fated to disappear in the East as it seems to be." In the light of the destruction of Buddhism in Tibet, Cooper says “the West must be doubly grateful to Charles Luk, for placing in its hands the possibility of helping to preserve some of the wisdom of the East” .Of the Surangama Sutra Luk writes:” This important sermon contains the essence of the Buddha's teaching and, as foretold by Him, will be the first sutra to disappear in the Dharma ending age."
The Surangama SutraLuk, Charles *Cooper, J.C. Vol. 2, No. 2. ( Spring, 1968) Buddhism
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