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The Accidental Buddhist
The author spends a year pondering the shift to Buddhism among a few fellow Americans. He goes on retreat at a strict Zen monastery and a loose Therevada center. He interviews experts, visits a pair of …
reviewed The Big Questions. August 04, 2010
The Big Questions
He sets out conversationally and casually a Buddhism-lite approach that anybody can agree with. That is, he argues from a genially non-theistic, contemplative but engaged direction the need to look within …
Unlearning Meditation: What to Do When the
If "nothing arises in isolation" for Buddhists, why not let thoughts, images, and moods filter and float into one's meditative mind? Rather than resisting stories as tied to the ego, a receptive process …
Letter to a Christian Nation
This condenses neo-atheist arguments efficiently if briskly. It sums up secular humanism. It prefaces longer works by Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens, and Daniel Dennett. It's a pithy, barbed attack.   …
reviewed The God Delusion. April 12, 2008
The God Delusion
Please read this objectively before rating its usefulness. My own beliefs are left unstated. With such a controversial topic, the danger is that the star rating gets equated with the rater's agreement …
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