Jimmy Lauria 07:01:12 Perspectives Comparative Culture First writing assignment
Music in Pop Culture
Music has always been known as the universal language. Despite the rapidly changing direction music has been going through recently, this saying still rem
Why Christ and Buddha?
What is Comparative Religious Studies?
Key Elements: Looks at various traditions,
practices, stories, and beliefs
similarities and differences
Puts these differences and
similarities in dialo
The US, Democracy and The First Amendment - What is freedom? Concept? Practice? - John Milton, Areopagitica (1644) o "The Marketplace of Ideas": Justification for free speech based on the notion that people can find truth through reason and
WELCOME TO "PERSPECTIVES" The Buddha and The Christ
*As you settle into the classroom please complete the following "Think and Write": What do you want to learn from this class? Write your answer on a sheet or scrap of paper to hand in at the end of class
Siddhartha Guatama is the one we have come to know as the supreme buddha, "enlightened" or "awakened" one. Siddhartha is born and lived somewhere between the 6th and 5th centuries BCE Siddhartha means "one who achieves"
The 2nd Jewel of Buddhism: The teachings of the Buddha
The first turning of the wheel of dharma
Setting the Wheel of the Dharma in motion
Buddha begins teaching at Sarnath, a deer park just The Dharma: outside of Benares, India. Buddha's Buddha