In Buddhist literature, the belief in a creator god (issara-nimmana-vada) is
frequently mentioned and rejected, along with other causes wrongly adduced to ...
The Buddha, like modern sociologists and psychologists, believed that religious
ideas and especially the god idea have their origins in fear. The Buddha says:.
It is often asked if there are gods in Buddhism. The short answer is no, but also
yes, depending on what you mean by "gods." It also is often asked if it is all right ...
This article explains belief in God in Buddhism based upon the teachings of the
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Jan 30, 2011 ... Some people say Buddhism is an atheistic religion. Is it true? This clip attempts to
discuss this topic on the concept of God in Buddhism. Ven.
Quite contradictory views have been expressed in Western literature on the
attitude of Buddhism toward the concept of God and gods. From a study of the ...
Another concomitant of the God-idea that is fundamentally incompatible with
Buddhism is the belief ...
Buddha knew himself to be one with that which some call God and he also knew
to shake up people's preconceived ideas and conclusions about either the ...
Religions don't necessarily have to have a practice of worship in order to be
religions. A belief system, sure, but gods are optional. (Even "beliefs" are suspect.
Buddhists either don't believe in God or believe that the existence or non-
existence of God is irrelevant. The Buddha said: "I do not care to know your