Fabian Fucan

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Fabian Fucan (不干斎 Fukansai?, c. 1565–1621) was a Christian and converted to Japanese Zen Buddhist in his youth. He was an apostate. He wrote tracts at first advocating and later criticizing Christianity in comparison to the other religions of Japan.[1]


  1. ^ De Bary, William Theodore (2008). Sources of East Asian Tradition: The modern period. Columbia University Press. pp. 184–185. ISBN 978-0-231-14323-3.