Manichaeism, parallels with Dharmic faiths (Vedanta), Gnostic persecution, Hindus in ancient Armenia

Manichaeism, parallels with Dharmic faiths (Vedanta), Gnostic persecution, Hindus in ancient Armenia

I want to talk about the faith Manichaeism today and it’s parallels with Eastern dharmic faiths. Manichaeism was a faith founded by sage prophet Mani who was born in Ctesiphon in Iraq at around 216 AD. Most scholars classify his teachings as dualistic cosmology – a struggle between good and evil where an anthropomorphic evil

K 02  The Essence Of Hinduism

K 02 The Essence Of Hinduism

this particular weekend seminars devoted Buddhism and it should be said first that there is a sense in which Buddhism is Hinduism stripped for export last week when I discussed Hinduism I discussed many things to do with the organization of Hindu society because Hinduism is not merely what we call a religion it’s a

Buddhism vs Christianity for Beginners  by Alan Watts

Buddhism vs Christianity for Beginners by Alan Watts

because you see you don’t get the idea of law until you move to a culture where order is based on the idea of obedience or in in the West you see are the origins of law spring from where the laws of the Medes and the Persians the laws of Hammurabi the laws of

Rajiv Malhotra’s Lecture at British Parliament on ‘Soft Power Reparations’

Rajiv Malhotra’s Lecture at British Parliament on ‘Soft Power Reparations’

[Music] [Music] [Music] namaskaar and my pleasure to welcome you all to the House of Commons once again I note that my mine oh I hesitate to call him friend but colleague Steve yes Oh on occasions such as this I always repeat my mantra that I’m Akron Jew Christian with Jewish roots but honoree

Christians Warn Of A Terrifying New Trend

Christians Warn Of A Terrifying New Trend

John Brown University is a Christian institution and recently there usted newspaper tackled the demonic issue yoga no thanks to so their newspapers threefold advocate and look at the student newspaper we should take anything too seriously but just hilarious because I think it’s symbolic a what most religious people think we’re some religious people

2.5. Hinduism, a Look Back at its Origins – Part 2

2.5. Hinduism, a Look Back at its Origins – Part 2

After the collapse of the Gupta empire, regional kingdoms developed which patronised different religions. Adi Shankaracharya, who was born in Kerala in the 8th century, was one of the three main teachers of medieval India who helped in the revival of Hinduism. The other two teachers were Madhva and Ramanuja. Adi Shankaracharya consolidated the Advaita

The Main Difference Between Christianity And Buddhism

The Main Difference Between Christianity And Buddhism

You know when people say I think they may look different on the outside, but basically religions are the same on the inside. No! No! Jesus teaches us what it means to know God and Buddha says there is no God. Buddha is not an evangelistic atheist, he is more of just a non-theist. God

Integration – The True Mission of God – Teal Swan –

Integration – The True Mission of God – Teal Swan –

Integration (The True Mission of God) For thousands of years, duality in this universe has been like a war. A bitter war between good and evil. And each side has been unwilling to recognize itself in the other. Chances are, if you are watching this video, you identify yourself as being part of the side

Chinese Healing Traditions : How Buddhism Differs from Hinduism

Chinese Healing Traditions : How Buddhism Differs from Hinduism

Hi this is Eileen Dey for Expert Village. In this segment we would take about how Buddhism is differ from Hinduism. Hinduism was becoming developed it differ distinctly in that there where not sacrifices. Hindus felt like you had to sacrifice animals, have different rituals to please the gods. Buddhism felt that that was not