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Practice for Young American Buddhists

This is part three of a three-part guest blog series by Charles Prebish, Emeritus Professor of Religious Studies at Pennsylvania State University and Utah State University. In the current issue of Tricycle, Prebish is interviewed by Linda Heuman (read “Pursuing an American Buddhism” here), but they had so many topics to cover in such a […]

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Scholar-Practitioners in American Buddhism

This is part two of a three-part guest blog series by Charles Prebish, Emeritus Professor of Religious Studies at Pennsylvania State University and Utah State University. In the current issue of Tricycle, Prebish is interviewed by Linda Heuman (Read “Pursuing an American Buddhism” here), however, they had so many topics to cover in such a […]

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Precepts as Practice in American Buddhism

This guest blog post comes our way from Charles Prebish, Emeritus Professor of Religious Studies at Pennsylvania State University and Utah State University. In the current issue of Tricycle, Prebish is interviewed by Linda Heuman (Read “Pursuing an American Buddhism” here). They had so many topics to cover in such a short time, however, that […]

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Tricycle Talk with Rita M. Gross

The current issue of Tricycle includes a feature article by author, dharma teacher, and professor of religious studies Rita M. Gross. In “Buddhist to Buddhist,” Gross writes about the importance of Buddhist practioners learning about traditions other than their own. Buddhists from different traditions around the world conversing with one another, she argues, could set […]

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The Arising of the Ad Hoc Sangha

Sangha is a Sanskrit word that in its narrowest sense has as its referent the community of those who follow the Buddha’s teaching. As limited as this application of the term might be, the community of Buddhist followers nonetheless consists of a vast network of sangha within sangha arranged like concentric rings of mutual inclusion. […]

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