|Statement||edited by John Snelling.|
|Contributions||Snelling, John, 1943-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
Sharpham Miscellany: Essays in Spirituality and Ecology by John Crook, Maurice Ash, and Stephen Batchelor () ISBN ; Beyond the Age of Metaphysics: and the Restoration of Local Life (Green Books, ) Where Division Ends: On Feeling at Home in Chaos (Green Books, Totnes, ) ISBN ; Other appointments. Looking for books by Stephen Batchelor? See all books authored by Stephen Batchelor, including Buddhism without Beliefs: A Contemporary Guide to Awakening, and Buddhism in the West: Spiritual Wisdom for the 21st Century, and more on used books, rare books and new books More editions of Sharpham Miscellany: Sharpham Miscellany: ISBN () Find and compare hundreds of millions of new books, used books, rare books and out of print books from over , booksellers and 60+ websites worldwide. Sharpham Miscellany: ISBN () Softcover, Associated Publishers Group, A short history of the life of John Crook, containing some of his spiritual travels and breathings after God, in his young and tender years.
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In a recent article for The Sharpham Miscellany I explored some themes that are in common between Buddhism and Christianity and also some differences. The essential linkage lies in the common concern with compassion while the major differences lie in the psycho-philosophical understanding of the place of the human being in the Universe. Imagine my delight then when I learned that Mr. Schott had published a sequel, Schott's Quintessential Miscellany! Also about pages, PLUS this time a nice little violet ribbon attachment to mark your place should one deem such structured behavior to be necessary for the enjoyment of what basically amounts to merry chaos/5(12). BATCHELOR, Stephen PERSONAL: Born April 7, , in Dundee, Scotland; married Martine Fages, Education: Studied with Geshe Ngawang Dhargyev (Dharamsala, India), ; studied with Geshe Rabten (Switzerland), ; studied Zen Buddhism with Kusan Sunim at Songgwangsa Monastery (South Korea), Religion: Buddhist. Source for information on Batchelor, . Na, 4 books Simple Dream Publishing, 4 books Associated Publishers Group, 2 books Michael Bond, 2 books Samdhong Rinpoche, 1 book A. Irwin Switzer, 1 book Mabel Lucie Attwell, 1 book Susan Furman, 1 book Virendra K. Gupta, 1 book Christopher Titmuss, 1 book Stephen Hill, 1 book Sheila Geddes, 1 book Guy Roberts, 1 book Eileen Zabet, 1 book.