Originally Posted by jaffed
So looking back at the book I read (not at the actual book, but at my library record to see if I was totally messed up, which I am) it was a book about the adaptation of Buddhism in India. So probably a lot of Hinduism mixed in? Which would definitely explain the god-lives-inside-us thing. Plus, its true that I believe there might have been a creator, which negates the Buddha. Buddha was not non-theist, but did negate the existence of a creator. So heh....
So I would say something like Hari Krishna? (In respect to divinity, at least)
"Absolute tolerance is altogether impossible; the allegedly absolute tolerance turns into ferocious hatred of those who have stated clearly and most forcefully that there are unchangeable standards founded in the nature of man and the nature of things."
-Leo Strauss, Liberalism: Ancient and Modern
Last edited by Judean Zealot; June 28th, 2015 at 03:04 AM.