What is the Buddhist Religion All About?
If you have been in Buddhism, then you need to repent and renounce because Buddhism is a false religion.
Let’s look at the modality of Buddhism!
Buddism is a false religion. God so loved the world that he sent his son to die for all to have eternal life. Only Jesus.
The Buddha means “enlightened one,” Siddhartha’s father was king who ruled the tribe, known to be economically poor and on the outskirts geographically.
Who was the first Buddha? Siddhārtha Gautama became the first buddha
Methods of discernment if fit for Christians or Not
- Who was the founder of this modality or what culture did it come out of?
- What was his/her spirituality, their god or gods?
- How does it claim to work and their beliefs in the practice?
- What is the occult potential?
- The Biblical / Christian Evaluation / Scriptures
Who was the founder of Buddhism?
Buddhism was founded in the late 6th century B.C.E. by Siddhartha Gautama (the “Buddha“), is an important religion in most of the countries of Asia. Siddhartha was born in Lumbini (in present-day Nepal) during the 5th century BCE.
What was Siddhartha’s spiritual life?
He did not know about Jesus and was searching. It is believed that a Buddha is one who has attained Bodhi; and by Bodhi is meant wisdom, an ideal state of intellectual and ethical perfection which can be achieved by man (outside of Christ) through purely human means (no help of the holy spirit). The term Buddha literally means enlightened one, a knower.
How does it claim to work and their beliefs in the practice?
Buddha expressed his philosophy when he said: “I teach only two things, O disciples, the nature of suffering and the cessation of suffering.” Buddha taught the famous “Four Noble Truths” and “Eightfold Path,” which allows people to achieve enlightenment. All new age comes from Buddha or Hinduism. the “Enlightened One,” from budh, “to wake up”), and the Tathâgata.
What is the occult potential and If Biblical or Not
Spiritistic and magical traditions; occult meditation and contact with Hindu deities. Attitude toward Christianity: Rejecting. It is going inward to create new reality. It is passive. God’s ways are active and external.
- God: Tibetan Buddhism is ultimately non-theistic, although practically speaking it is polytheistic. Ultimate Reality is One and is usually seen as undifferentiated, impersonal mind.
- Salvation: Perception of Ultimate Reality by occult practice.