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Best Answer Jacqui says
Yeah true. Though, in the God thing - worshipping an 'idol' is just as bad apparently, even if they aren't considered a God. No one says that they have to combine completely...not all Buddhists follow all rules, nor all Christians.
Interesting, but not surprising, that my Christian friends have more of a problem with this than any of my Buddhist friends.
It's my understanding that Buddhists do not regard Buddha as a god. He is an example to live by, to help them reach enlightenment, but was never a deity.
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Penny Godfirnon says
I'm a lay servant for the United Methodist church and as such I am also a follower of John Wesley and his teachings. So what, for you, is the big difference?
Cruella Dville says
You have a very strange way of looking at life,the universe, and everything.
Life is for the living. Jesus is dead, Buddha is dead - Goodness Gracious! That's what matters to humanity & The Universe (TU). Religion matters to state and country.
So as Homer Simpson says, "Doh" or in a young person's vocabulary "Duhh".
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