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Dharma World

All Who Are Born Must Die (Nichiko Niwano)

East Asian Buddhists and the Afterlife (Miriam Levering)
Modern Perspectives on Death and Afterlife (Liz Wilson)
The Practice of Faith in This World and Belief in the Hereafter: The Aft erlife in Islam (Jiro Arimi)
“Life aft er Death” in Traditional Tibetan Buddhism (Margaret Gouin)
Exploring Traditional African Belief Systems and Their Relation to the Understanding of Death and Afterlife (Nomfundo Walaza)
Life in the Spirit: A Christian Outlook on Life beyond Death (Juan Masiá)
Japan’s March 11, 2011, Disaster and the Strength of Buddhism: Living with an Awareness of Death and the Dead (Susumu Shimazono)

The Call for a Deeper and More Inclusive Interreligious Engagement (Dena Merriam)
Side by Side: Notes on the Twin Buddhas of the Lotus Sutra in the Stone Carver’s Art (Hank Glassman)
The Prism of the Lotus Sutra (5) (Atsushi Kanazawa)
Pivotal Encounters with American Religious Leaders (Nikkyo Niwano)
THE THREEFOLD LOTUS SUTRA: A MODERN COMMENTARY
The Sutra of the Lotus Flower of the Wonderful Law
Chapter 23: The Former Lives of the Bodhisattva Medicine King (1)

Published semiannually, Dharma World is a magazine that presents Buddhism as a practical living religion and promotes interreligious dialogue for world peace. It espouses views that emphasise the dignity of life, seeks to rediscover our inner nature and bring our lives more in accord with it, and investigates causes of human suffering. It tries to show how religious principles help solve problems in daily life and how the least application of such principles has wholesome effects on the world around us. It seeks to demonstrate truths that are fundamental to all religions, truths on which all people can act.

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