William Quinn

William W. Quinn, now retired, was most recently the Field Solicitor for the Department of the Interior’s Office of the Solicitor where he represented various bureaus and services of the department in the Southwest. He has published two books and numerous articles on comparative religion, spirituality, and metaphysics, as well as articles on Indian history, culture, and law. Mr. Quinn was previously editor of "The American Theosophist" and "Quest" magazine.

Stories by William Quinn

Growing Faith in Cannabis

Americans are becoming more comfortable with the idea of both medicinal and recreational marijuana. But what about spiritual marijuana?

Aaron Alexis was no Buddhist

Aaron Alexis, the former Navy Petty Officer and apparent murderer of 12 innocent people at the Navy Yard in Washington … Continued

What’s an American Buddhist?

In this Sunday, June 19, 2011 photo, Rev. Karen Do-on Weik and her husband Rev. Jay Rinsen Weik meditate at … Continued

Spiritual Practices, Temporal Problems

First, there is no consensus about what constitutes the laws of the God of Abraham, with the possible exception that … Continued