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And Gulliver Returns Book III : A Visit to Kino

By: Bob Oconnor

...lmighty‘s absolutes. ―Look at the problems religions cause China Tibetan Buddhist monks and nuns are said to be imprisoned and tortured fo... ...There have been Muslim groups in China for a thousand years. And of course Buddhism in some form has been around for two thousand years and in its M... ...British, Germans and Americans study ancient Egypt, organ transplants, and Tibetan literature. We merely read their work. Our work, at this stage of...

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And Gulliver Returns Book IV : A Look at Our Human Values

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...n a special god, but some Buddhist sects do and some, such as ‗Pure Land‘ Buddhism believe in a hereafter like the monotheistic religions. While eac... ...ther aspect of the world because all is god. ―And then there is Buddhism which should probably not even be called a religion because it is... ...o to your neighbor. This is the whole torah; all the rest is commentary.‘ Buddhism teaches ‗Treat not others in ways that yourself would find hurtful... ...none, only their desires which they like to call ‗rights.‘ ---―If a Tibetan wants to immigrate to France—should France be able to stop it? Wha... ... and influence. Should we use the same rules for the Palestinians and the Tibetans? Should Israel and China have taken their lands? Certainly it wo... ...s? Certainly it would be nice for the Jews, the Palestinian Arabs and the Tibetans to have their own lands. Is it some concept of human rights or th... ...sibility of a Hell? Or do people rise and fall in the eyes of God as they bob and weave through their lives? Is their favorability in the eyes of Go...

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And Gulliver Returns Book VI : Our Psychological Motivations

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...s don‘t care what you believe. Buddhists have the same problem with not being irrationally power driven. Has there ever been a war to advance Buddhi... ...scendents and with their international responsibilities. ―Although China‘s invasion of Tibet in 1951 resulted in the loss of a million Tibeta... ... may convert to Islam from Christianity or to evangelical Christianity from a more traditional way of Christian worship. Or maybe they accept Buddhi...

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