Buddhism Essay | Buddhism and Christianity

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Buddhism and Christianity

Summary: Examines the religion Buddhism and considers how it compares to Catholicism. Provides overall descriptions of both religions. Describes central religious figures of both religions.
To do no evil;

To cultivate good;

To purify one's mind:

This is the teaching of the Buddhas.

--The Dhammapada

Religion is known as one's service and worship to God or another supernatural being. It is a commitment and devotion to religious faith or observance based on one's beliefs. Religion is a sacred engagement that is believed to be a spiritual reality. The community to which they belong determines the objects that humans consider to be sacred. In some instances a heavenly god may be the center of a religion. In other cases it may be saviors, scriptures, and even the sacraments involved with that particular belief system (Encarta Encyclopedia 2005).

Buddhism is one of the major known religions in the world today. It was founded in Northeastern Indian and is based on the teachings and works of the enlightened one, also known as Siddhartha Gautama, or Buddha...

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