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== Biography ==
 
== Biography ==
After earning a Ph.D. from [[The University of Texas at Arlington]] in 1989, he taught sociology at [[Tarrant County College]].  Later he worked for the [[U.S. Department of Justice]], [[Federal Bureau of Prisons]].  He left government service to pursue real estate investments and management which he also used to open [[Buddhist]] centers in [[Colorado]] and [[Nevada]].  A former correspondence chess champion<ref>TC club news, 1991-1992</ref> he has invented a chess variant known as [[D-chess]].
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After earning a Ph.D. from [[The University of Texas at Arlington]] in 1989, he taught sociology at [[Tarrant County College]].  Later he worked for the [[U.S. Department of Justice]], [[Federal Bureau of Prisons]].  He left government service to pursue real estate investments and management which he also used to open [[Buddhist]] centers in [[Colorado]] and [[Nevada]].  A former correspondence chess champion<ref>TC club news, 1991-1992</ref> he has invented a chess variant known as [[D-Chess]].
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 20:30, 27 September 2008

David N. Snyder
Information
Born: 1962
Place of birth: Germany U.S. Army base
School(s): Theravada
Title(s): Buddhist writer
Education: Ph.D. University of Texas at Arlington
Website
Website: http://www.buddhaslists.com/

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David N. Snyder Ph.D. (b. 1962) is a bestselling Buddhist writer [1] [2] primarily writing and teaching from the Theravada school of Buddhism.

Biography

After earning a Ph.D. from The University of Texas at Arlington in 1989, he taught sociology at Tarrant County College. Later he worked for the U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons. He left government service to pursue real estate investments and management which he also used to open Buddhist centers in Colorado and Nevada. A former correspondence chess champion[3] he has invented a chess variant known as D-Chess.

References

Buddhist publications

  • Right Understanding in Plain English; The Science of the Buddha’s Middle Path, Vipassana Foundation (2000), ISBN 0-9679-2850-8.
  • The Complete Book of Buddha’s Lists -- Explained, Vipassana Foundation (2006), ISBN 0-9679-2851-6.
  • Buddhism and Vegetarianism, Fifteen Questions and Answers, Shabkar.org (2006) [1]

External links