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Deliverance part twelve: Buddhism is a breach of the second commandment "you shall have no other gods before me".

Buddhists say that their religion is non-theistic. This may be the case but it is still a form of idolatry from the Biblical perspective.

If you’re a Christian then any form of Buddhism, even the most seemingly innocent practices of Buddhism like Yoga are off-limits. 292 more words

Buddhism and Christianity A Close Look

Buddhism and Christianity have inherent and fundamental differences at the deepest levels, beginning with monotheism’s place at the core of Christianity and Buddhism’s orientation towards non-theism and its rejection of the notion of a creator deity which runs counter to teachings about God in Christianity. 311 more words


Love Without Judgment Is Worthy

“Our job is to love others without stopping to inquire whether or not they are worthy. That is not our business and, in fact, it is nobody’s business.

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From the Headlines; Some Thoughts

I wanted to pick up a couple of themes that have crossed my screen in the last week, mostly because they tie into current events quite well. 1,037 more words


Nietzsche and Buddhism

I remember listening to a TA talk about Nietzsche’s ideas on vitalism and the overman in Thus Spoke Zarathustra in an undergraduate course on Existentialism. As he was blabbing, I blurted “It’s Daoism.” That comment stopped the TA cold. 782 more words

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The Difference Between Buddhism and Christianity II: Sexual Ethics

Christian sexual ethics are fairly simple: Don’t. But if you can’t help yourself, get married first. And then only do it with your spouse, and as often as is necessary to prevent either from straying from the marriage (1 Corinthians 7: 1-39). 1,075 more words

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The Difference between Buddhism and Christianity I: The Ground of Existence

 At its heart Buddhism is multiplicity.

The ceaseless categorizations of Theravada, the interpenetration of phenomena in Mahayana, and the myriad manifestations of life in Tantra all point to its fundamental view that there is no prime mover behind anything in the universe. 639 more words

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