suttacentral.net – The most comprehensive site for comparative work, multiple translations available.
accesstoinsight.org – An excellent site with many sutta translations and texts pertaining to the Pali tradition.
dharmaseed.org – Regularly updated collection of dharma talks, including talks by the core faculty teachers.
dharmafarer.org – Great collection of Piya Tan’s Sutta Study materials.
A List of the Lists
A useful collection of the main Buddhist lists, extracted from the Pali canon.
A series of bibliographies (in pdf format) with recommended reading.
The meanings of words, terms and names, mainly of Buddhist origin.
Bhikkhus Sujato & Brahmali ‘The authenticity of Early Buddhist Texts’
Sujato Bhikkhu & Brahmali Bhikkhu: The authenticity of Early Buddhist Texts: Journal of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies vol. 5 (2014), Supplement | All rights waived by means of Creative Commons Zero Licence (CC0)
Secular Buddhism: New vision or yet another of the myths it claims to cure? – Talk given at a conference on Secular Buddhism in Barre, March 2013 by Akincano Weber. (pdf) Reprint in: Insight Journal, BCBS, Fullmoon Issue, Aug 2013
Various articles or transcriptions from Stephen Batchelor (opens as an Office .doc):
Sati Journal interview – an interview by Sati Journal on the role of study in Dharma practice
Found Objects – an anecdote by Stephen
European Buddhist Union Talk – a transcription of a talk given in Budapest, Hungary, on September 25, 2010, called ‘A Buddhist Voice for Europe’
Atheism – an article on atheism
A Secular Buddhism – an essay, published in the Journal of Global Buddhism, which explores the possibility of a complete secular redefinition of Buddhism
Am I a Believer? – an essay responding to the question: Can I be a Buddhist without believing that I will survive the death of the brain, or the existence of hell?
A Secular Buddhist – A personal account from a self-declared ‘secular’ Buddhist
Mara – Act One – an operatic take on some old accounts
- A Buddhist Brexit – Stephen Batchelor
- A Buddhist Brexit – A Response
- A Word from the Board of Trustees– Spring 2017
- An extract from Embracing Extinction – Stephen Batchelor
- Beyond scientific materialism and religious belief
- Black Lives Matter – a response from Bodhi College
- Boundless Heart – Christina Feldman
- Forget about being a Buddhist. Be a human.
- Generosity: On the economics of Bodhi College
- Māra: The Genesis of an Opera
- Practice in Action – a Trustee’s Perspective
- Reading lists
- Reflections from a Committed Practitioner – what the course has brought to life – Caroline Hoffman
- Reflections on language, culture and social identity – John Peacock
- Reflections on the first CPP – Study Programme
- Reflections on the four noble truths
- Saṅkhāra Dukkha and the Suffering of Views (A Cautionary tale)
- Secular Dharma – Stephen Batchelor
- Secular Mindfulness – potential and pitfalls – Jenny Wilks
- Singing the Dharma? – Andrew Olendzki
- Study and Practice
- Suggested summer reading from the faculty
- Suggested summer reading from the faculty 2020
- The Facebook Sutta (SN 57.1)
- The Secularisation of Buddhism – Stephen Batchelor
- Valuable learnings from The Mindfulness Course
- What supports personal integrity?
- When ‘to do lists’ meet the meditation hall – my experience bridging the gap
- Why *Early* Buddhism? – Letitia Baglioni
Keynote speech from the centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice 2015 Conference – Contemporary Mindfulness – The Long View: Perils and possibilities in the path of mindfulness teaching by Christina Feldman
Stephen Batchelor, Christina Feldman and Akincano Weber speak briefly about Bodhi College and the core long course programme
Bodhi College launch event in London – a discussion between Stephen Batchelor, John Peacock and Akincano Weber about the significance of Early Buddhism.