Just for information.
“Now Buddhism becomes a religion of violence”
http://techrepublic.com.com/5208-6230-0 … dID=194765
Buddha was a prince of peace; not the Buddhists always.
I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim
'The Buddhist Jathika Hela Urumaya (National Heritage Party) first introduced its draft Bill on Prohibition of Forcible Conversion to Parliament in July 2004 as an attempt to halt conversions from Buddhism to Christianity. The bill called for prison sentences of up to five years and/or a stiff fine for anyone found guilty of converting others "by force or by allurement or by any fraudulent means."'
Forcible conversions are not a part of Christianity.
by Maltese-er 7 years ago
I come from a catholic country and family, and have grown up with catholics thoughts and beliefs, however, the more I grew up, the less it appealed to me. I started reading about buddhism and from what I've gathered, which is not much really, it has to be the best one, because it helps so much with...
by Laurel Rogers 7 years ago
I've noticed that we have quite a number of Buddhists here on HubPages, so I'd like to ask for a bit of history, some insight into the faith. I have been searching for a 'path' all my life and I would appreciate some help in understanding Buddhism.
by RFox 7 years ago
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by Nicole Canfield 15 months ago
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by Gina Welds Hulse 2 years ago
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by paarsurrey 7 years ago
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