Comparison of Buddhism with Christianity

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The Three Universal  Truths: Everything is  impermanent and  changing Impermanence  leads to suffering,  making life imperfect.  The self is not  personal and  unchanging. The Four Noble  Truths:  All life involves  suffering Suffering is  caused by desire and  attachment Desire and  attachment can be  overcome. The way to  overcome them is by  the Eight Fold Path By: Ashley Ricker Comparison of Buddhism with Christianity: Since about 75% of American adults identify themselves as  Christian and only 0.5% view themselves as Buddhist, it  may be useful to compare Buddhism with the U.S.'s  dominant religion. We define as " Christian " any person or group who  thoughtfully, sincerely, prayerfully regard themselves as  Christian.  Beliefs not shared:  Buddhists do  not  share most of the  core beliefs of historical Christianity. An original golden era in the Garden of Eden, and a 
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This essay was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course RELIGION 1010 taught by Professor Kupka during the Spring '07 term at College of Southern Nevada.

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