Re: Fanatic followers of J. Krishnamurti
Nov 04, 2008 00:12 AM
by Anton Rozman
Yes, but it seems that Christianity is the only one which made
enormous effort to eradicate all its sources, their followers and
even the family of its own teacher.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Anand" <AnandGholap@...> wrote:
> > Actually it is not surprising as Christianity is political
> > which copied all its fundamental scriptures and liturgy from
> > sources. See: http://www.jesusisbuddha.com/
> It is interesting to see how ideas might have traveled. Five
> of Buddhism were present in the Ten Commandments of the Old
> Old Testament existed many centuries before the birth of Lord
> Does that mean Buddhism took it's five precepts from Old Testament?
> is possible, but it could be coincidence.
> Similarly many of the ideas of Buddhism already existed in Hindu
> religion and spiritual traditions in India. Buddhism has rejected
> parts of old Hindu spiritual traditions, while maintaining many
> Buddha had knowledge of Indian spirituality and religions. But so
> I never read Jesus had knowledge of Indian scriptures. And yet there
> is great similarity between Christian practices and old Hindu
> religion, despite few big differences.
> Anand Gholap
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