Leading voices of Buddhism discuss issues and ideas important to Buddhists in the twenty-first century.
Twenty-First-Century Buddhists collects the very best of the round-table discussions recorded in the pages of Buddhadharma magazine over the past twenty years. These conversations between a who’s who of contemporary Buddhist teachers, ranging over topics from student-teacher relationships to the place of prayer and the leadership roles of women in modern Buddhism, are always lively and insightful. With participants such as Bhante Gunaratana, Shohaku Okumura, Sharon Salzberg, John Tarrant, and Jack Kornfield, discussions equally represent old-school and newly emergent Buddhist traditions. Contributers include: Bhikkhu Bodhi Jack Kornfield Joseph Goldstein David R. Loy Robert Thurman Yongyey Mingyur Rinpoche Anne Carolyn Klein B. Alan Wallace Taigen Dan Leighton Andrew Olendzki Reginald Ray Ringu Tulku and many more.
“An exceedingly rich and useful resource for broadening, deepening, and further contextualizing one’s practice and understanding.”
– Jon Kabat-Zinn, author of Full Catastrophe Living
“What wonderful conversations to be privy to! Here we observe respected longtime practitioners engage their wisdom with meaningful areas of inquiry. They offer examples of the clarity and compassion each of us must employ to open to and embody the teachings and the practices of contemporary, living Dharma.”
– Kathleen Dowling Singh, author of The Grace in Aging