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Episode 212 :: Winton Higgins :: Four Frontiers for Secular Buddhists

| November 2, 2014 | 2 Comments
Episode 212 :: Winton Higgins :: Four Frontiers for Secular Buddhists

Winton Higgins Our returning guest, Winton Higgins, speaks with us about some key challenges facing secular Buddhists in contemporary society. Hi, everyone. Before we get started with today’s episode, I want to remind the listeners that we’ve started a new podcast which may also interest you. It’s called Present Moment: Mindfulness Practice and Science, and […]

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Episode 61 :: Winton Higgins :: Tragic Vision

| April 22, 2011 | 1 Comment
Episode 61 :: Winton Higgins :: Tragic Vision

Winton Higgins Winton Higgins speaks with us about the First Noble Truth and Tragic Vision. Suffering. Dealing with it, how we engage or avoid it, is not new to Buddhism. And how a religion may treat it, can be very different from philosophical approaches to suffering. Winton Higgins began meditating and practising the Dharma in […]

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Tuwhiri: An Educational Resource For Secular Buddhists

| July 6, 2018 | 8 Comments
Tuwhiri: An Educational Resource For Secular Buddhists

The following article is from Ramsey Margolis of Secular Buddhism New Zealand. Towards the end of 2014, Stephen Batchelor sent proofs of his unpublished book After Buddhism: Rethinking the Dharma for a Secular Age to Winton Higgins, a secular Buddhist teacher in Sydney, Australia, asking him to critically examine the text. Having provided the required […]

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Reflections for Pluralism Sunday

| May 9, 2013 | 3 Comments
Reflections for Pluralism Sunday

On Sunday 5 May 2013, progressive Christian churches worldwide were celebrating ‘Pluralism Sunday’. I was asked by the Minister of St Andrew’s on The Terrace here in Wellington, New Zealand, to talk about my ‘faith journey as a secular Buddhist’. Unsure how to approach the issue of ‘faith’, I posted some questions on the blog […]

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No robes, no ritual, no religion

| May 14, 2012 | 6 Comments
No robes, no ritual, no religion

The following is from May 2012 issue of the New Zealand newsletter INSIGHTAotearoa. No robes, no ritual, no religion by Ramsey Margolis At Easter, a new website went live at secularbuddhism.org.nz. Within a week, 34 people had asked to go onto the mailing list for a yet-to-be issued newsletter. Something must have been in the air, […]

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Partner Sites

| October 21, 2011
Partner Sites

Here we list some of the sites of most interest to a Secular Buddhist audience, covering Buddhism, Science, Critical Thinking, Skepticism, and a variety of other resources complementary to this teaching and practice. Secular Buddhist Partners Cambridge-Somerville Secular Buddhists (MA) Center for Buddhist Naturalism (NM) Houston Secular Buddhists (TX) Secular Buddhism Australia Säkularer Buddhismus (Austria) […]

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Response to Faith and Belief in Secular Buddhism

| August 4, 2011 | 26 Comments
Response to Faith and Belief in Secular Buddhism

What follows below is taken from an email I received today from Geoff, regarding one of the threads on Sujato’s Blog. I thought this audience might be interested in the full response, and I’ll also see if I can find the spot on Sujato’s site to respond there as well. Many of the topics here […]

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