WORLD RELIGIONS FINAL 2

WORLD RELIGIONS FINAL 2
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  • I am a Vedic Brahmin. It is a pleasure meeting you. 
  • Hello, my friend, I'm the Dalai Lama. I am a Buddhist, in fact, I'm the incarnate of Lord Buddha.  
  • Wow! One of the injustices I fight against in India is the mistreatment of the intouchables of the caste system. I can understand the Buddha's renouncement of it. 
  • He rejected the caste system because he thought it was oppressive. He also disliked the complex rituals and worship of personal deities.
  • We also strive for enlightenment and believe it comes from the worship of Gods as well as the practicing of good karma. This is what makes us similar. 
  • The Eight-fold path is the last part of the Four Noble Truths that all Buddhists must understand. We believe in dukkha, the fact that our existence is a state of suffering.  We also understand that the cause of all suffering is desire, and that extinction of dukkha comes from the Noble Path.
  • Shinto is an optimistic faith, as humans are thought to be fundamentally good, an devil is believed to be caused by evil spirits. Consequently, the purpose of most Shinto rituals is to keep away evil spirits by purification, prayers and offerings to the kami
  •  I am a Shinto priest also referred as a kannushi god master. I  am responsible for the maintenance of a Shinto shrine as well as for leading worship of a given kami (Spirits that worship religion)
  • Now that all faiths have met, I think its time to ask how each faith differs from others,  
  • Religions other than Islam are based on blind faith. One cannot asked logical questions about the articles of faith, which are mostly irrational. The articles of Islamic faith are logical and rational. Islam invites people to reflect on the sings of God and it wants people to accept the faith only if it makes sense to them.
  • Much of Islamic morality is similar to that of other religions. Islam, like most major religions including Buddhism and Hinduism, teaches compassion and charity toward people in need as a virtue. Similar to Judaism, Muslims believe in the moral imperative of humbling themselves before God in order to worship him and receive his blessings.
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