Comparing Dante's Inferno And Buddhism

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Dante’s “Inferno” can be connected to Christianity, Islam, and Buddhism. “Inferno” and Christianity are similar because love is a common throughout the poem and the bible. The “Inferno” classifies sin, whereas Christians believe that all sin is the same. Islam also classifies sin which make it similar to the “Inferno”. The difference between the “Inferno” and Islam is what each considers the major sin. For the “Inferno” it is pride, for Islam it is shirk which basically means idolatry. The similarity between the “Inferno” and Buddhism is that sin or defilements equals suffering. The difference is that most Buddhist do not believe in hell. Instead they believe in a life cycle of birth, death, and then rebirth.
Adultery or lust is a sin in
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