4 edition of Salvation in Hinduism and Christianity found in the catalog.
Salvation in Hinduism and Christianity
|Statement||Translated from the German by Luise Oehler|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||537|
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This text provides a global yet concise survey of the role played by sin and salvation in Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism and Hinduism. Considering what sin actually is, and what constitutes salvation, it draws on scriptural teachings and the view of leading thinkers on human frailty and the afterlife in the major world by: 6.
Salvation: Hindu influence on Christianity by Koenraad Elst, PhD Abstract. Christianity was born in a region and age full of cross-pollination between different religions and philosophies. In Hinduism, salvation is the Atmans’ (individual’s soul), liberation from Samsara, the cycle of death and rebirth and attainment of the highest spiritual state.
It is the ultimate goal of Hinduism, where even hell and heaven are temporary. This is called moksha (Sanskrit: "liberation") or mukti (Sanskrit: "release").File Size: 66KB.
The Way of Devotion: Salvation is reached through acts of worship, based upon the love for a God (there are thousands of gods in Hinduism). Royal Road:. It is the author's belief that in the Hindu-Christian encounter the Christian believer will also rediscover the originality and newness of the Christian revelation, viz.
the intervention of God in. Hinduism is not a religion. It is 'sanathana Dharmam'. Vedas are the holy scriptures of Santhana Dharmam. The word 'Hindu' is not mentioned anywhere in Scriptures. It does not force anyone to follow a religion. It is very natural way of worshiping nature.
People worship (Pancha bootham)Sun,Moon,air,Prakrithi (Nature). Buddhism developed out of Hinduism in the sixth century B.C. For a Buddhist salvation is reaching Nirvana. Nirvana is a transcendental, blissful, spiritual state of nothingness--you become a Buddha.