It’s hard to talk about God. Impossible to name the Nameless. “The Tao that can be spoken is not the eternal Tao.” Yet in The God Issue, that’s what we’re asking of ourselves and our contributors. Guest editor Martha Kay Nelson offers her thoughts.
Norman Fischer finds no inconsistency in praying to God while leading a Jewish meditation group and giving Zen teachings that never mention God.
Interview with Anne Klein: Every Consciousness Rides a Steed of Wind
Buddhist scholar and teacher Anne Klein unravels the mysteries of Tibetan deity practice where we encounter ourselves in the disguise of the divine.
Sufi teacher Pir Shabda Kahn, once a Jewish boy from New York City, draws from many traditions—Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam—all of which supported him through the Madoff disaster, cancer and the death of his son.