Ann Gleig takes a far-reaching look at how Buddhism and the conversations within it are changing in the twenty-first century.
Now that Buddhism has come to the West, asks David Loy, how are they changing each other?
The North American Buddhist Alliance (NABA) has issued a new call to virtually bring together “leaders of Buddhist Networks across America.”
Have you ever had that accusation thrown in your face? Brad Warner has, and it’s made him think about what it really means to act like a Buddhist.
The art, spirituality, and ideas of the Himalayas meet the best of the modern world at New York’s Rubin Museum.
Can a combination of Buddhist principles and divorce mediation techniques soften the rancorous rhetoric in the U.S. Congress?
Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse calls on Westerners to acknowledge the distortions we may bring to the study of Buddhism—through our cultural arrogance, the deceit of ego, and simple ignorance. The successful transplant of such a subtle and challenging practice as Buddhism, he says, depends on thorough study and clear recognition of our habitual patterns.
Louisiana Governor responds to ACLU lawsuit filed on behalf of a sixth grader allegedly harassed for his Buddhist beliefs by teachers.
Buddhist sixth grader allegedly told to “change his religion” by Louisiana public school officials.
Ven. Thubten Chonyi reports on a group of American Sravasti Nuns who gave a blessing during a Christmas tree ceremony.