Buddhism is a false religion

The erroneous beliefs of Buddhism vary greatly from country to country, because over the past 2500 years, this religion has mingled with the various local religions, customs, and established cultures of countries into which it has spread. Today, the varieties of Buddhism practiced in Japan, China, Tibet, Sri Lanka, Vietnam and America are all quite different from one another.

In Tibet, the dissemination of Buddhist texts is one of the most important acts of worship. In particular, priests who have removed themselves from the world completely give themselves solely to this work. With no idea of the true nature of the afterlife, these people live out their worldly lives in vain pursuits.

As historical sources show, Buddha always chose to speak about his basic tenets and deliver his way of worship orally; centuries of research has determined that he left behind no written texts. Buddhists maintain that his sermons were passed down orally from generation to generation for 400 years, until they were finally compiled in the Pali canon. However, most scholars believe that the great majority of these words are not Buddha’s at all, but were added to in the course of centuries until they attained their present form. Therefore Buddhism, not relying on any written texts, underwent many changes and distortions over the course of time, being considerably reshaped by additions and omissions.

Today, Buddhism’s holy book, written in the Pali language, is called the Tipitaka, which means “triple basket.” It is not known for sure when the Tipitaka was written down, but it is thought to have attained its present shape in Sri Lanka sometime in the first century B.C. Its texts are divided into the following chapters:

1. Vinaya Pitaka: This chapter, meaning “Basket of Discipline, ” contains rules relevant to priests and nuns and how they should be followed. There are also some matters of relevance to those lay readers who are not priests or nuns.

2. Sutta Pitaka: Most of this volume is composed of talks in which Buddha explained his ideas. For this reason, this chapter is called the “Basket of Discourse.” These words of his were passed down through the centuries, becoming mixed with other legends and false beliefs.

3. Abhidhamma Pitaka: This volume contains Buddhist philosophy and interpretations of Buddha’s sermons.

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Is Buddhism a false religion?

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Ever heard of the story of Issa?
You see, some think Jesus was taught by Buddhists between the ages of 13 -30 (approximately).
There is even scrolls in India that talk of a young boy, travelling from the east saying he is the son of god, saying that he will die for mankind.
He stayed and studied with the monks until he was about 30 then he said he had to go back to his land to be the sacrifice for mankind.
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Nobody can say 100% that it was Jesus.... but he fits the bill almost perfectly.
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