Theory and practice

The truth is two-eyed: reflections on being Christian and practising Zen

It is with great pleasure that we are able to publish this article from Christopher Collingwood, who is not only Chancellor of York Minster but an authorised Zen teacher. He has what has been referred to as ‘dual belonging’. This beautifully written article tells the story of how and from what context the author became involved with teaching Zen. In so doing he poses vital questions about how we view the world, what it means to belong and, fundamentally, what it can mean to be human.

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