Can you be a Buddhist and still believe in god?
The four noble truths are central to all Buddhists and might be regarded as the most important values in Buddhism. If you can integrate these with your view of your God then all well and good.
The truth of suffering, why we suffer.
The truth of how the suffering begins.
The truth of how the suffering can end.
The truth of how we can end suffering.
Buddhist do not have a supreme being as a supreme being is not really part of a Buddhist philosophy. Some Buddhist believe in god, some believe in many gods, many however are atheist or agnostic. So the Buddhist religion really does not worship or identify a supreme being, I guess that is up to the individual Buddhist.
The Buddha held that it was not necessary to believe in gods in order to achieve enlightenment, but that his followers could believe in gods if they so wished. A great majority of Buddhists do believe in a creator god, whether the Abrahamic God, or another. It is certainly acceptable within some schools of Buddhism for their followers to believe in God, as the world's creator. ~That's correct. :-) I am a Buddhist, but I…