New Books by IBS Graduate
Scott Mitchell | February 3, 2015
Institute of Buddhist Studies graduate Naoyuki Ogi has recently had two books published in Japan.
The first is a Japanese translation of David Loy’s 2008 Money, Sex, War, Karma: Notes for a Buddhist Revolution.
A second book is his original work 英語でブッダ (Buddhism in English), which introduces basic Buddhist terms with in both Japanese and English. Providing Buddhist teachings in two languages is a new approach to deepening our understanding of the Dharma.
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