The two religions believe in life after death in some form of way; Buddhism teaches that life continues in a repetitive life cycle, known as reincarnation. In Christianity they believe that you only have one life on earth and after that you go to heaven or hell for eternity. Both preach that you should behave good and do good to others in order to achieve this Nirvana or entrance into heaven. These types of beliefs and customs serve a purpose throughout history since they teach people morals and give them guidelines on how to live their life, but also to teach hope and give comfort. So people don’t just believe they die and rot, but that they have an afterlife to look forward to.
In Hinduism their version of life after death fits in with their idea of Atman. The next question is whether the idea of a soul or spirit is necessary in order for resurrection and reincarnation to work. When looking at the classic definition of Hindu reincarnation, a soul, is necessary in order to ‘pass between bodies’. This soul, known as atman, is often described very little in Hindu scriptures but is has similar properties to the Christian view of the soul. Understanding this, it would seem to be a dualistic relationship between the body and the atman and there are two separate substances.
Jews are to dedicate there life with God even after ones death. Buddhism’s main intention is to set human beings free from suffering by reincarnation, while on the other hand Jews objective is to make the world a better peaceful place. Both Buddhism and Judaism have sacred bibles but they differ widely. Buddhists book of the “Tripitaka” has to do with just the teachings of the Buddha, though on the contrary Jew’s book called the “Torah” involves many different things that they believe in within the Five Books of Moses. However, both religions are the most peaceful and serene religions there are in the entire
If when you die your karma, which is the total of good and bad of your life, is closer to good than bad than you will be reincarnated a level up in the caste system and vice versa. The goal of every soul is to reach Moksha which is the stage when you do not need to get reincarnated anymore and you can go to heaven. You reach Moksha when as a priest you have a good Karma. Overall Hinduism talks a lot about the purpose of life The purpose of life in Daoism is to become one with the Dao. Daoism believes that the Dao flows through everyone and is the cause of the universe.
The goal of Hinduism is to gain freedom from the cycle of birth, death and reincarnation to attain salvation. Salvation is attained by good deeds and righteousness. Hinduism played a major role in the development of many world class religions, one of them being Buddhism. Buddhism originated in India and was founded by Gautama Buddha. Buddhism incorporates a variety of practices intended to aid the journey to enlightenment and bring blessings towards yourself and others.
Jesus came to this world Matthew 28:19 to tell us that we are free from sin, follow him, create other disciples and reign in the glory of God for eternity. Romans 3:23 says to follow the commandments, Mark 7:20-23 says to have good thoughts not to have immoral ones. Humans have morals built in them, they need to follow Jesus Christ and represent him. 5. The Question of Destiny- Christian’s belief that after death there is eternal Salvation through Jesus Christ or eternal damnation in hell.
This justification of the division between the classes gave the lower classes hope and kept them from seeing the injustice in the caste system. The goal of this cycle of reincarnation was to reach the priest status where one can try to reach the finals stage Moksha, unity with the universal force. These two ideas gave inspiration and birth to Buddhism, where a man named Siddhartha, challenged the reincarnation of Hinduis. He formed the 8 noble paths to reach enlightenment (or Hinduism’s Moksha). He realized that there is no true god, only the universal force.
but not by a single individual. Hinduism evolved over a long period of time. Buddhism on the other hand has a definite founder, Siddhartha Gautama who is otherwise known as the Buddha or Enlightened One who lived from 565 to 483 B.C. Both these religions originated in India. Siddhartha Gautama was a Hindu who found Hindu theology lacking and after years of searching for truth created a religion now known as Buddhism.
When mankind submits to the One and only God, a biblical worldview will replace man’s corrupt awareness of God. My worldview aligns with the very first sentence of the Bible, “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth” (Genesis 1:1). The Word of God says I have no excuse for not knowing God (Romans 1:20), since He has revealed Himself in the natural world and it is proven through scripture and creation. Human Identity Once salvation is accepted, Paul tells us, that we are fellow heirs with Christ, because of Christ’s connection with the Father (Romans 8:17). No longer will man seek to
The gifts of the Spirit are simply God enabling believers to do what He has called them to do. Once a Christian submits to the leading of the indwelling, The Holy Spirit puts himself under His influence or control. The gifts of the Spirit and the fruit of the Spirit are both bestowed by God, yet they are distinct in their purpose and presentation. The gifts of the Spirit have a specific purpose; to prove a claim and to offer evidence of the Holy Spirits’ presence. The fruits of the Spirit are not for proof, but rather are evidence of the indwelling of the Holy Spirit of God in the believer.