Posts tagged "buddhism"

Daily Links 12 November 2004

The Good Reverend and Gay Rights “‘Who succeeded in the great cultural battle over race and rights … those who could use religion to inspire solidarity and self-sacrificial devotion to their cause.'” Joe Crea, of Washington Blade, quotes author David L. Chappell on the function of the church in the civil rights struggle, and whether or not...

Buddhism

Tricycle is the best magazine about Buddhism for non-Buddhists. Most mainstream Buddhist publications mix dry dissections of the teachings with profiles of celebrities who are lately professing Buddhism, but Tricycle goes further, with features and reports on the ongoing mix of Buddhism and American culture. Unfortunately, their site is pretty sparse. TricycleBlog: A blog of all things Buddhist....

Big House Buddha

Noah Levine is the latest Buddhist darling, son of bestselling Buddhist author Stephen Levine, and a tattooed punk who returns an edge to the tradition that has moved from the margins to the comfy mainstream. An interview with Levine about his new memoir, Dharma Punx, in Satya, a New York do-gooder mag with spiritual overtones, reveals him as more...