What does Islam and Buddhism have in common?
In terms of how we are to treat each other, Buddhism, Islam, Judaism and Christianity (the 3 Abrahamic religions) are very similar. People are to be treated kindly and with respect, the poor are to be helped. In regards to punishment for crimes or trespasses, they are quite different. Buddhism believes in total non-violence, even for criminals.
In terms of religuos pratice and beliefs, Buddhism, Islam, Judaism and Christianity are completely different. While the 3 Abrahamic religions believe in a single god that reigns over the realms of Earth, Heaven and Hell, Buddhists do not beleive in any eternal god or eternal afterlife. We believe that there are different realms a person can attain, some good, some not so good in reaction to their actions (karma). Persons will not spend eternity in these realms but will be reborn into a realm fitting their karma (actions).
Islam and Buddhism share many things in common Zen Buddhism and Sufism: an interreligious encounter by M. Massoudi is an excellent article that sheds light on how the theology of Zen and Sufism (a branch of Islam) are similar in their setup
In Islam, there is arranged marriage. In Buddhism, I am not sure but the traditional ways I believe is also the same because back then, traditional marriage was very common.
They are all organized religions.
They are no where near alike, The only thing they have in common is a religion.
Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, animism and Islam.
No Islam and Buddhism are two fundamentally different religions.
They are human beings who love, laugh, have families and share the planet together.... If you are talking about what do atheISM, Islam and Buddhism have in common not much. Islam is a set of rules and beliefs structured around a specific narrative and the contention that there is a god. Atheists do not believe in a god of any description.. Some, but not all, Buddhists maitain that Buddhism is a philosophy of life rather… Read More
Buddhism, although Islam and Hinduism are also quite common.
#1 Christianity #2 Islam #3 Hinduism #4 Buddhism
I don't think anyone practices both Islam and Buddhism
Christianity, Islam, and Hinduism were the three largest. However, Buddhism and Judaism were also rather common.
They all have variations of the Golden Rule.
I think Islam is the most common religions in Asia . 25% in Asia are Muslims. Hinduism and Buddhism are just as common or more.
Of these four religions Christianity Islam Buddhism and Hinduism what was the one common factor that helped them to spread the most?
Islam has Only One God, while Buddhism has numerous deities.
Judaism: Torah Buddhism: Tipitika (Tripitika) Islam: Koran and Hadith
Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity, Islam.
Buddhism is over 2500 years old, Islam is nearly 1400 years old.
It is monotheistic in Judaism, Christianity, & Islam. Buddhism is polytheistic. Hinduism is pantheistic.
They all have only one God However that is where the similarity ends as the god that Buddhism contemplates is not a finite personality as is the case with Judaism ' Christianity and Islam for that matter.
To know your self and to know God. To serve Him thus.
What is the common thread that runs between Islam Buddhism Christianity Hinduisms Judism Jainism Sikhism and Chinese?
Faith in God
Mecca is important in Islam, it has no signifiance in Buddhism
Hinduism is oldest, followed by Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity, and then Islam.
Of Course NO, Islam is religion and Buddhism is Different religion
Buddhism i am not sure of, but the similarity in Islam and Christianity is that both of these religions believe in one god.
East Asia has no one dominant religion. Buddhism is certainly the most common religion, but since Buddhism lacks a strong orthopraxis and a strong orthodoxos, it can be mixed with local beliefs, such as Dao, Confucianism, Shinto, and Cao Dai. Additionally, many East Asians follow Christianity and Islam as informed by Buddhism. It is also worth noting that there are different general strains of Buddhism, like Theravada Buddhism, Mahayana Buddhism, and Zen Buddhism. It is… Read More
Mainly Buddhism and Islam.
Islam Buddhism Judaism
the religions in sr lanka is buddhism, hinduism, christianity, and islam. the religions in Sri Lanka are Buddhism, Hinduism, Christianism, Islam. gdfhjjhgfhrh
Oldest to Youngest: Hinduism-Judaism-Buddhism-Christianity-Islam-Sikhism.
All from Asia. Christianity, Islam, and Judaism came from the middle east and Buddhism came from Nepal.
What is the correct chronology for the development of these major belief systems Judaism Hinduism Daoism Buddhism Islam Christianity?
Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, Taoism, Christianity, & Islam.
are there any festivals in Islam Sikhism and Buddhism
No. A Christian refers to a person involved in the religion Christianity. It is a proper noun, just like a Buddhist in Buddhism and Muslim in Islam.
Sikhism: The Guru Granth Sahib. Buddhism: The Tipitaka. Judaism: The Torah. Islam: The Quran. Hinduism: The Vedas.
There isn't like one major religion but here are the most common: Buddhism Christianity Confucianism Hinduism Islam Jainism Judaism Sikhism Taoism Zoroastranism
Catholicism Islam Judaism Buddhism
Islam and Buddhism.
Buddhism Actually... the major religion is Islam. Buddhism and some other religions are also considered major but Islam is the MAJOR religion.
The form of Buddhism that became most common in Japan was Zen Buddhism
What beliefs do Hinduism Buddhism Shintoism Confucianism Taoism Zoroastrianism Jainism Sikhism Gnosticism Islam Judaism and Christianity have in common?
They all have variations of the Golden Rule.
No. The predominant religion in China (apart from atheism) is Buddhism; this is quite a different religion than Islam. No. The predominant religion in China (apart from atheism) is Buddhism; this is quite a different religion than Islam. No. The predominant religion in China (apart from atheism) is Buddhism; this is quite a different religion than Islam. No. The predominant religion in China (apart from atheism) is Buddhism; this is quite a different religion than… Read More