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Oh What Do You Know Of "Western Religious TRaditions?"

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on July 13, 2002 20:52:56 UTC

State your qualifications. I don't think you know what you're talking about.

Christianity is not a Western Religious Tradition.
Rationality and Science and Enlightened Transcendence are.

Last time a new idea appeared in an Eastern Religion, it came from a Western free-thinker.

Clarification...the last page was missing from
my novel as now published. Buddha should be hanging on the cross and there could better understand how deeply drivelous were his admonishments that "life is suffering."

After much thought, he would perhaps regret that his western counterparts crucified so many to keep their sour-faced incompetent managers in control.

Other than this, I love Buddhism. But
Christ's Yoga made modern science the transcendent hope.


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