An annual, open-access journal funded by BDK America loosely affiliated with the Jōdo Shinshū Tradition.

Articles Featured in our Library:

On separating out early from later Buddhism and why it matters.

After they migrated into the oasis cities on the Silk Route in the latter half of the ninth century, some remained Manichaeans. Some aristocratic Uigurs converted to Christianity when they encountered Nestorian missionaries. However, the majority of Uigurs, including common people, became Buddhists.

Christina of Saint-Trond (1150–1224) experienced what we would nowadays call a “near-death experience.”