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COMP Week 5 Buddhism Current Issues Presentation REL 133 .pptx

COMP Week 5 Buddhism Current Issues Presentation REL 133 .pptx

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BUDDHISM CURRENT ISSUES PRESENTATION Sandra Staten REL/144 Week 5 Instructor: Julie Conrady This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA
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INTRODUCTION The following information depicts the religion chosen for this course that is most inline with the religion preferred to be practiced in these modern times. Revealed herein, are the decisive notions which have been considered for this choice. The following information shows the vast changes that have occurred in the practicing Buddhist from the past, and the ethics that have been maintained during those periods of the dramatic changes that have occurred. It is hope that the following information is as enlightening as it is comprehensive.
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“BUDDHISM DEFINED” Originated in India, a religion by Buddha (Gautama) A religion which references the our lives are full of suffering caused by our desires Teaches that the way we can end suffering is through learning or enlightening This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA
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COMMON CHARACTERISTICS OF BUDDHISM SHARED WITH OTHER RELIGIONS Teaches that human beings should not kill each other No stealing Their common beliefs in only one god in their religion Equality Helping and Sharing Education Generosity Morality
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