Buddhist leaders have joined other faith leaders across the United States in the #ManyVoicesOnePrayer campaign in response to recent acts of white nationalist violence.
Lama Rod Owens says protesting is a spiritual act that engages the practitioner’s body, speech, and mind in service to others. But many Buddhists are resistant to resistance.
Representatives from nine faiths have issued a statement condemning Monday’s terrorist attack in Manchester.
Roger R. Jackson reviews “The Buddha and Religious Diversity” by J. Abraham Vélez de Cea.
Brad Warner says that the concept of God can be helpful to Buddhists. Catholic thinker Susan J. Stabile, formerly a Buddhist nun, thinks not. There is No God and He is Always With You By Brad Warner New World Library 2013; 360 pp., $15.95 (paper) I stopped believing in God long before I became a […]
His Holiness the Dalai Lama recounted his 1968 meeting with Thomas Merton, the Catholic writer, mystic, and proponent of interfaith dialogue.
American Buddhist and Muslim leaders have issued a joint statement condemning violence between the two religious communities in Myanmar.
A group of Buddhists has issued this open letter expressing their concerns about Islamophobia from governments and the Buddhist community.
The Clergy Letter Project is inviting Buddhist clergy to sign its open letter on religion and science in education.
Buddhist and Christian clergy gathered for an annual interreligious dialogue between members of both traditions to discuss greed.