Buddhism, Confucianism, Hinduism: Similarities And Differences

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Religion is a significant part in peoples’ lives. Even though some people do not follow religious rules, they still respect others’ opinion on religion. Half of religious groups believe in many gods and the other half of religious groups believes in one god. Religion is very important in many ways. It has a powerful organization and achieves many important social role. Three religions that have the continued through the past and today are Buddhism, Confucianism, and Hinduism which are part of China and India. These three religions have similiarites and differences through their history. Buddhism was created by Marcos Bodhidharma in the 28th century from Buddha introduced the word buddhism. Confucianism was developed by writing that attributed…show more content…
Buddhism, Confucianism, and Hinduism have different practices, Buddhism has a threefold training which consists of morality, concentration, and wisdom. With Confucianism they go to temples to pay homage to God, Confucius, and ancestors. Hinduism accepts accepts the Buddha as an incarnation of Mahavishnu, one of the gods of Hindu trinity. The Buddhist do not accept any Hindu god either as equivalent or superior to the Buddha. Buddhism acknowledge the existence of some gods and goddesses of Hindu pantheon, but give them a rather subordinate status. The principles of Buddhism and Confucianism is that they both have different beliefs onto how life should be. For Buddhism, life is suffering, and the only way to escape from this suffering is to dispel one's cravings and ignorance by practising the Eightfold Path. For Confucianism it’s all all about the brotherhood of humanity. Hinduism believes in the efficacy and supremacy of the Vedas. They all don’t agree with how many gods they believe in. Buddhism believes in a creator of god. Confucianism only believes in one god, also ancestors that worship. With Hinduism, they accept the Buddha as an incarnation of Mahavishnu, one of the gods of Hindu

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