Some religious groups believe after death the soul enters into the next world. There are many religions that teach at death the soul leaves the body and lives on for eternity. Afterlife is a mystery because there is no evidence or proof that this does happen but in spite of the lack of evidence many religion groups talk about the process of the afterlife and what happens after you die. Different religions have teachings on what happens to the body after death. Some religion does not believe in after life.
Buddhism considers the soul to be an illusion while, Christianity says it is eternal and real. Also, Buddhism believes in a cycle of reincarnations, that is, one can return to earth several times as an animal or human. Whereas, Christianity says that we live only once on earth and after death are sent to either hell or
After that, it will reborn as another person and this will be repeated until it attain the Dao. When the Dao is achieved, the soul or spirit has the ability to travel through time and space and thus becomes immortal (UK Essays, 2015). However, Buddhism has different ideas on the world after death. Buddhists believed
Every religion has fundamental questions about the creation of the world, the man, the immortality and the meaning. This is not new information; however, it will surprise you the fact that the answers to these questions are a lot more alike than we think. Take, for example, Christianity and Hinduism. Hinduism for example has many beliefs and practices so comparing this with Christianity can be a challenging task. Hinduism is more open minded as it embraces other beliefs and teaches that all religions have one goal, regardless of the path in life you may take.
Religions are an important aspect of many lives of the people around the world. Religion is a cultural aspect in different countries, meaning different things to different people. When comparing religions there are six areas that are looked at these are; the absolute, the world, humans, the problem for humans, the solution for humans, and life after death. There are many religions around the world, some religions branch off of other religions. When looking into these religions I came to see why many are similar.
In some ways, the two beliefs are comparable, being established largely on the teachings of a single man; for instance Buddha in Buddhism and Christ in Christianity. Although, there are numerous differences between Christianity and Buddhism, their understanding of the world and the life after death, that make each religion
These will be the differences in both religions. The similarities between Hinduism and Buddhism Other than differences, they do have similarities in their practices and culture. The first similarities is reincarnation. The process of reincarnation which truly believes in Buddhism are about the deeds of the present life. As in Hinduism also
This is the ultimate state. But even though the notion of the ultimate, which mystic from each of these traditions are searching for is different, the way they are doing it is the same. Both are using different types of intense devotional study, re-telling significant narratives, seeking refuge in a different state of consciousness- those advocated in the Kabbalah and the eight fold path. What is sought appears different but the affects of this ‘ultimate reality’ is the same; expanded consciousness an increase of knowledge, bliss, nirvana, enlightenment and
“Just as a candle cannot burn without fire, men cannot live without a spiritual life” (Buddha). Throughout different time periods religion has impacted the society in which people live. Religion has and continues to dictate the rules citizens have to follow in all areas, especially social, educational, and political. Religion influences morals, values, and people’s identities. Many people turn to religion for not just spiritual answers, but for guidance and help in everyday life.
According to the Hindu belief person’s soul is immortal and never changing. In contrast the body and the personality change with every rebirth. In Hinduism there is no permanent heaven or hell. People are sent to heaven, hell or reincarnated as a human or animal based on karma. This cycle will endlessly repeat itself unless you embark on a personal on a spiritual quest, realise self-knowledge about one’s inner self and escape the cycles of rebirth otherwise known as mokṣa.