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Kurt J.

Organization: The Interspiritual Multiplex
Title at organization: Administrator
Email: kur...
Political orientation: Independent
Date new: Sunday, January 20, 2013
Date modified: Sunday, January 20, 2013
Last login: Sunday, January 20, 2013
Last click: Mon, Jan 21, 2013, 10:43:11 PM

Activism
Advocacy and persuasion Dialogue Facilitation Internet development Media outreach Networking Organizing Publicizing Research Theory Writing

Links / Websites
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurt_Johnson_%28
http://www.thecominginterspiritualage.com
http://www.isdna.org
http://www.communityofthemysticheart.org
http://www.namastepublishing.com/products/boo
Dr. Kurt Johnson has worked in science and spirituality for over 40 years. This dual career in science and spirituality is detailed at WIKIPEDIA under Kurt Johnson, entomologist. In spirituality Kurt is co-author of the recently published book The Coming Interspiritual Age with David Robert Ord, the Editorial Director of Namaste Publishing (publishers of such spiritual teachers as Eckhart Tolle and Michael Brown). As a New Release the book has been in Amazon’s Top Ten in Spirituality. In science Kurt is the co-author of the best-selling Nabokov’s Blues, with Steve Coates of The New York Times, which was a Top Ten Book in science in 2000. Kurt was originally a Christian monk and founded, with Br. Wayne Teasdale and others, the InterSpiritual Dialogue (www.isdna.org) association for discussion of contemplative experience across traditions. Ordained in three spiritual traditions, he works also with The Contemplative Alliance (www.gpiw.org) and Integral communities (www.thecominginterspiritualage.com). In science Kurt’s PhD is in evolution, ecology, systematics and comparative biology. Associated with the American Museum of Natural History (30 yrs.) he published 200+ articles on evolution and ecology, including the 2011 Harvard DNA sequence study vindicating Vladimir Nabokov’s views of evolution. He is currently completing another book on Nabokov’s science and art for Yale University Press. However, Kurt’s primary interest is the simplicity of nondual spiritual practice.