August 21, 2019
  • 9:14 pm Alabama law reins in religious boot camps
  • 9:14 pm Religious Accommodation Policy Changes
  • 9:14 pm Racism, School Desegregation Laws and the Civil Rights Movement in the United States
  • 9:14 pm President Obama Participates in a Fireside Hangout on Google+
  • 9:14 pm The Terrifyingly Effective Nazi De-Bollocker
Misconceptions about Religions – mental_floss on YouTube (Ep. 36)

Hi I’m Elliott. This is Mental Floss on YouTube. Today I’m going to talk about some misconceptions about various major religions. It’s gunna be a lot of fun. Misconception #1: Muslims are usually Arab. According to the Muslim Journal, there are around 1.2 billion Muslims and only 15% of them are Arab. In fact, there […]

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Wat Buddhapadipa Temple: Exploring Religion in London

My name is Phramaha Bhatsakorn Piyobhaso. I would like to welcome you to the Buddhapadipa Temple, as a part of a 360 video. The main temple was completed in 1981, and we started in 1979. The building was designed by the national Thai architect, in a Thai style. We wanted to show the western people […]

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Why Your Self-Image Might Be Wrong: Ego, Buddhism, and Freud | Mark Epstein

I think the average person who knows maybe a little bit about psychology or a little bit about Buddhism would think that the Buddhist emphasis or the Buddhist conversation about the ego is all about getting rid of the ego completely. There’s this notion in Buddhist psychology of “egolessness” or “no self”, and most people […]

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Robert Thurman – Why Study Buddhism?

What does it bring to people to study Buddhism? Why Study Buddhism? What the Buddha taught was three types of higher education. His eightfold path, which is the fourth of his four noble truths, which was his original framework of teaching, and everything he laid out in his teaching or as expansive as it becomes, […]

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Religious Freedom in America (CC)

62nd Annual Jalsa Salana USA (July 16-18, 2010) “Religious Freedom in America” By Amjad Mahmood Khan Los Angeles, California USA “There should be no compulsion in religion. Surely, the right way has become distinct from error.” –Chapter 2, Verse 257 Respected Chairman and Honored Guests of the Jalsa Salana: Assalamo Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah Wa Barakatohu. […]

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Buddha and Ashoka: Crash Course World History #6

Hi, my name is John Green; you’re watching Crash Course World History and today we’re going to talk about India, which is hard because: A. I only have 10 minutes… Past John: Mr. Green, Mr. Green! Present John: I don’t have time for you today, Me from the Past! B. When we study history we […]

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Do all religions have the same aim? (by monk Sarana)

What do you think about the rest of religions besides Buddhism in the way of they want to explain the same? All of them? Is the purpose of religions, ultimately the same? Yeah, well… I… just to tell you my background so you know that I am sourcing not just from my ideas. I have […]

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Should Christians respect other religions??

today I’m going to deal with the Hindus Buddhists and Muslims many religious and non-religious people say that we should keep our beliefs to ourselves we should be quiet don’t be controversial don’t offend anyone don’t talk about the devil just be quiet if we do this we play into the hand of Satan meanwhile […]

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[ All religions are brothers – Interview with ven. Master Chin Kung ]

If not thorough, there will be obstacles. Obstacles will give rise to conflicts.

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Can Rebirth in the Pure Land Be Attained by Reciting the Names of Buddhas Other than Amitabha?

Can Rebirth in the Pure Land Be Attained by Reciting the Names of Buddhas Other than Amitabha?

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