Regret I figure there are a few possibilities 1 Religions steal from earlier religions. Justbyfaith Originally posted by Alliance Its not suprising at all Alliance Originally posted by Justbyfaith Does anyone believe in Christ in this Religion thread or am I enjoying the fellowship of the Spirit here alone?
The Dao is very adament on not striving for excess of anything. I have never seen a verse of the Bible that claims God stopped revelation to prophets.
I can do all things through Christ who strenthens me. Teachings from the bible where taken from older texts. Mainstream Christianity does not believe that such a thing is possible.
Within thee there is ravening, but the outside thou makest clean" Dhammapada Both visited holy temples in their youth and displayed unusual precocity and wisdom before their elders: Could anyone ever verify the validity of anyone claiming revelation? Funny how something that no one believes gets used so often.
Christ was questioned when he claimed it. He is going off topic to attack my faith because I defended my initial post to Comparison of bible and daodejing thread.
Regret Originally posted by Justbyfaith Does anyone believe in Christ in this Religion thread or am I enjoying the fellowship of the Spirit here alone?
It just goest to show the vagery, interchangableness, and unoriginality of religion.
This is a key opposite of Daodejing; the Daodejing promotes not doing anything to achieve a happy medium. Justbyfaith Originally posted by Regret I believe in Christ. This is a little different from Daodejing, because it uses stories, rather than direct text. My response is defending what I believe following that post.
Both were severely tempted by an evil being Mara in the one case and Satan in the other. Both gained disciples under a fig tree. Regret Originally posted by Justbyfaith What do you think about the dangers of those who claim to have new revelations?
My interpretation of the similarities is that there were people that God inspired in Comparison of bible and daodejing areas as well. I believe in Christ. Regret I looked over my last post and noticed a number of typos.
And if the blind lead the blind, both shall fall into the ditch" Matt. There are some of the same kind of this in the Lotus sutra and it is years older. For the Daodejing, this promotes a specific way of knowing without actually searching for it. My apologies for them.
In his religion, nothing new is happening That is my thought as well Regret Here are some similarities between Buddhism and the Bible. The key in Daodejing is doing nothing means everything. Alliance Perhaps prophets are more to do with hindsight than wth present analysis?
How can we verify the validity of them Regret? Does anyone believe in Christ in this Religion thread or am I enjoying the fellowship of the Spirit here alone? There are few prophets that have not been questioned. The Dao also promotes a style of a way of knowing, yet it uses non-action to discover the Dao, or the happy medium of life.
Just is attacking the Mormon belief that God actually speaks to a prophet at the present time. The Daodejing of Laozi, translated by Ivanhoe, is an interesting look into a totally different way of thinking and culture of another society.
So at some point all religions derived from the same religion. In his religion, nothing new is happening Regret Thats ok.Compare Bible Verses in All Translations / Compare Translations; Bible Version Comparison. It is the intention of our Compare Bible Verses by Translation pages to allow users to study Bible verses using more than one translation and version.
This study tool can help people see how different translations and versions have interpreted the. Gilgamesh and the Bible by Shawna Dolansky The Epic of Gilgamesh, a literary product of Mesopotamia, contains many of the same themes and motifs as the Hebrew Bible. Of these, the best-known is probably the Epic’s flood story, which reads a lot like the biblical tale of Noah’s ark (Gen ).
Yet, the main difference with the Qur'an is that the Bible believes that God has a son, according to the concept of Trinity which is the nucleus of the Athanasian Creed which states that: "There is one person of the Father, another of the Son, and another of the Holy Ghost.
KMC Forums > Community > General Discussion Forum > Religion Forum > Tao te Ching and the Bible - Similar Concepts Regret Just some interesting concepts from the Tao te Ching and the Bible placed next to each other. But only a comparison.
The terms do not mean exactly the same thing and would not be interchangeable in every context.
In fact, more recent scholarship contends that we need only look to the Septuagint, the Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible, for the source of John's logos doctrine. In the Hebrew Bible, the phrase "The word of the Lord.
Comparison of the Bible and the DaodejingBoth the Bible and the Daodejing represent the religious artifacts designed to guide the believers through their lives, establishing the moral code to follow.Download