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.
Paul F. Knitter reviews “Buddhist and Christian?: An Exploration of Dual Belonging”, by Rose Drew.
The Charter is a special call to action, transcending religious, ideological, and national difference, for a compassionate global community.
All religions preach it, we’re all taught it, but how many of us live it? Karen Armstrong argues that living the Golden Rule is the key.
Danny Fisher speaks with the Venerable Bhikkhu Bodhi about a recent Center for Interfaith Action meeting he attended.
How do we reconcile religious pluralism, necessary in today’s world, with deep commitment to our own faith? The Dalai Lama offers a solution.
A kind and caring prisoner at Guantánamo makes Hannah Tennant-Moore rethink her attitude toward fundamentalism.
Danny Fisher reflects upon Buddhism’s appearances in the mainstream news lately, and it’s place in the American religious landscape.