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A 5 page research paper in which the writer discusses similarities and differences that exist between the teachings of Christianity & Buddhism. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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that there are, perhaps, as many ethical similarities as there are differences. To begin at the beginning, Buddhism, one of the major religions of the world, was founded by Siddhartha
Gautama, the Buddha, who lived in northern India from c.560 to c.480 BC.(Grolier, 1996). Prince Siddhartha was born to a noble family of the ruling class in northern India just
below the present Nepal border, in sight of the lofty Himalayas. Siddhartha was raised in luxury by an adoring father who sought to protect him from the sight and knowledge
of evil and misery (Meyer, 1996). Little is known about the early life of Jesus Christ except that he was the son of a carpenter in the Middle Eastern
country of Jerusalem. Siddhartha married early and had a son while he was still a youth, in contrast to Jesus who never married or had
children. One day, according to legend, Siddhartha rode forth from the palace in his chariot. By the roadside he saw an aged man, a sick man, and a corpse
on a litter. The prince was deeply shocked by his first experience with old age, sickness, and death, and he fell into a deep depression. (Comptons-Buddha, 1996). At
the age of twenty-nine Siddhartha left his wife and infant son, his palace, and renounced the world. He entered the homeless life of a monk to seek the truth
and find a way to salvation for all sentient beings (Meyer, 1996). Through all sorts of penance, even to the point of almost starving to death, Siddhartha sought
to gain insight into lifes meanings. As he meditated in solitude under the Bo tree, which Buddhists call the tree of wisdom, he experienced a spiritual awakening known as "the