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Jewish Buddhist

A Jewish Buddhist (or JewBu,[1] a term first brought into wide circulation with the publication of The Jew in the Lotus (1994) by Rodger Kamenetz.[2]) is a person with a Jewish background who practices forms of Buddhist meditation, chanting or spirituality. In such cases when the individual practices a particular religion, it may be both Judaism and Buddhism. However, their ethnic designation is often Jewish while the individual's main religious practice is Buddhism.

Notable people

See also

References

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