Good Without God: Christian/Buddhist Thinking
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The paper discusses how the existence of God has been debated throughout history and will continue to be debated as long as man still exists. The paper relates that some religions such as Buddhism do not have a God per se to believe in or worship, while Christianity is solely based on a belief in a god who has created rules for man to follow, and if he does not he will suffer the consequences of his rebellion. The paper notes that although differences abound between religions of the world, both Christianity and Buddhism believe in a variation of hell and punishment, although the result of the penance is quite different. The paper posits that the image of God in the Christian religion and the lack thereof in the Buddhist religion is fodder for great thought and contemplation.
From the Paper:"The existence of God has been debated throughout history and will continue to be debated as long as man still exists. A belief in God is a matter of faith, however, some religions, such as Buddhism do not have a God per se to believe in or worship. Christianity, on the other hand, is solely based..."
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