Not-knowing is true knowledge Likewise, the Creed says that Father and Son are consubstantial. Gradual transformation is obtained by following the way of the Taoist as passed down from generation to generation.
The core of this religion is humanity, morality and ethics. We shall take each in turn. Either way, then, the doctrine seems incoherent. And though philosophy is concerned with behavior and ethics, it seems to emphasize knowledge and speculation, while Christianity emphasizes faith and behavior.
As a consequence of this belief, Muslims are inspired to live a life of good deeds and to genuinely repent to Allah when they sin.
The teaching of the Buddha according to this school is very plain. Some have argued that this entails that God does not forgive sin at all. This is the beginning of Confucian knowledge; it is obtained when both the learning and the thought processes work together.
However, Christians have typically argued that the exalted Christ is omniscient while retaining his humanity. They believe that the more karmic debt one has, the more lives they will live, and that the less karmic debt they have the closer they are to reuniting with God.
If we take the literal meaning of the two terms it's difficult to find any relationship at all. For as long as we are not giving God his due, we are dishonoring him; and the dishonoring of God is maximally intolerable.
God doesn't know anything since only persons can be knowers ; God doesn't love anybody since only persons can love ; God is amoral since only persons are part of the moral community ; and so on.
Thus far, it may sound as if the exemplar theory says that all there is to the efficacy of Jesus' life and death for salvation is the provision of a fine example for us to imitate.
On the other hand, divine beings are essentially the opposite of all those things. Are there only two things statue and lump or are there many more paperweight, battering ram, etc. Obviously these terms are not all synonymous; so part of the task of an overall theology of salvation—a soteriology—is to sort out the relations among these various terms and phrases is salvation simply to be identified with eternal life, for example?
Sikhs believe in predestination and that every being has a purpose, while also believing in reincarnation and karma. It is hard to see why such a claim should be objectionable; and if it is right, then our problem is solved.
First, a brief note about terminology.
Moreover, both analogies seem to have this advantage over social trinitarianism: On [this] view, the love of God for us exhibited in the life of Christ is a good example to imitate, but it is not merely an example.
Instead of trying to know each separate piece, the Taoist tries to understand the whole, for the whole is the Tao.In addition to their religious natures, views of God, and principle concerns, each of the nine great religions can also be related to four main divisions of philosophy.
These divisions are 1) metaphysics, 2) epistemology, 3) ethics, and 4) social aspects. Between heaven, Chinese "T'ien", the earth and man - all stemming from the same original unity - Chinese teachers saw similarities ('correspondences') everywhere.
(The "7 Free Arts" of the High Schools of the European medieval age included similar teachings). Comparative religion is the branch of the study of religions concerned with the systematic comparison of the doctrines and practices of the world's religions.
In general the comparative study of religion yields a deeper understanding of the fundamental philosophical concerns of religion such as ethics, metaphysics, and the nature and forms of. still the dominant philosophy in these both countries.
The goals of this paper are the following: to find characteristic features of Confucianism in Korea and Japan, and to examine the differences in terms of beliefs and strengths.
Confucianism is not a static, unyielding philosophy concerned only with human interactions and the workings of good government. These are merely aspects of that which lies at the center of Confucian philosophy. Confucianism in Modern Chinese Society. By Peregrine de Vigo ⋅ Mar 13, The question of whether China has philosophy has been around for a long time, Confucianism and Christianity: A Comparative Study of Jen and Agape.
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