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Dalai Lama shares untrue dogma

Dalai LamaExiled Tibetan leader and Buddhist, the Dalai Lama, spoke to a crowd of 3,000 in Mexico on Saturday, October 12. The gist of his message was to promote the New World Order’s dogma that all religions are basically the same.

He zeroed in on pointing out the similarities between Christianity and Buddhism, claiming they share some of the same essential goals in life. Of course, the brand of “Christianity” he was highlighting is Catholicism since the majority of Mexicans practice that form of counterfeit Christianity. The Dalai Lama shared how leaders in the Christian world for decades have shown an interest in Buddhist teachings. He also spoke on how both religions are about finding happiness using love, compassion, and self-discipline.

Nevertheless, his message was severely hampered by a bad sound system which failed to project his voice throughout the entertainment center where the gathering took place in Mexico City. Attendees complained that they spent a lot of money for the event and felt they didn’t get their money’s worth considering they couldn’t hear clearly what he said. Given his beliefs, it really wasn’t worth listening to anyway in my opinion.

Are Christianity and Buddhism similar in their teachings? A close examination reveals they are diametrically opposed to each other. Buddhism’s road to happiness is all about one’s own abilities and works to use the power within oneself to reach the state of happiness in godhood known as Nirvana. It is based on the lie of atheism. Genuine Christianity, on the other hand, teaches that genuine happiness can only be found outside oneself in a personal relationship with the one true living God who created all things. It says that love, compassion, and self-discipline are at their finest and bring genuine eternal rewards only when one carries them out through the power of the Holy Spirit who is only given to those who repent of their sins and believe in Jesus as Lord. For a more detailed comparison of the two, read this post. The methods and goals of both belief systems are very different and the one world religion the Dalai Lama is promoting is based on lies.

Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ. Colossians 2:8

Source: Agence France Presse. Buddhism, Christianity share goals: Dalai Lama. NewsDaily.com. Saturday, October 12, 2013.

Harry A. Gaylord

 

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4 thoughts on “Dalai Lama shares untrue dogma

  1. Hey harry i was wandering if you had the time to write up a post about Do babies go to hell when they die or what happens to babies after death if you could do so it’d be much appreciated. 🙂

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    1. Also if you get a chance to look at this video

      its richard dawkins supposedly debunking noah’s ark id appreciate if you could take a look at it 🙂

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      1. Nick,

        I took a look at it and was astounded at how Dawkins was very loose with his facts and blatantly omitted other facts to make it seem as if he were right in his assumptions. And assumptions are basically all this speech is. I did a search of “north american marsupials” and found a good deal of information stating that marsupials in North America at one time were even more common than placental mammals. Then that made me more curious and I did a search of each continent with the word marsupial and found that they in past eras were common on every continent. However, the majority of them became extinct in all other continents except South America and Australia. So every continent at one time had a considerable number of marsupials.

        Dawkins simply makes assumptions about what he sees today and assumes that today is where certain species have always lived and had to be where they evolved. And he doesn’t give scientific proof of any kind to back up what he says. He just takes his unfounded assumptions then uses them to ridicule the Bible as if to say “I’m an atheist, so you can just assume whatever I say is true.” Sadly enough, this is what many people do–they assume atheists are always truthful. He’s not scientific at all here. Here’s some info on marsupials and animal migration, but I don’t agree with the secularist’s millions of years scenario.

        http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/mammal/marsupial/marsupial.html


        http://cstl-cla.semo.edu/zeller/marsupials1.htm

        http://www.sci-news.com/paleontology/science-fossils-australia-marsupial-01255.html

        http://creation.com/biogeography

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  2. Thanks a bunch Harry for taking a look at it, i know you’re probably a busy man. Anyway i continue to pray for you and all the best 🙂

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