Jesus, Buddha, Krishna, Lao Tzu: The Parallel Sayings : the Common Teachings of Four World Religions
This book contains fourteen chapters divided by topic, with an introduction to each by the editor. The sayings attributed to the four spiritual masters are arranged side by side over two pages. The book also contains a wealth of photographs,an appendix and a general introduction.
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INTRODUCTION WISDOM AND KNOWLEDGE
GOD TAO AND UNIVERSAL MIND 123
BEING ONE 133
THE SACRED SYLLABLE
Acts answered asked attain Bagavad Gita become beginning believe body Buddha BUDDHA LAO TZU Buddhism called century Christ Christianity Church comes consciousness considered death desire Dhammapada Dialogue disciples discovered dwells early earth Eastern eternal everything evil exists experience eyes faith Father fear follow give Gnostic Gnostic-Christian Gospel of Thomas Gospels of Matthew hand hear heart heaven Hindu Hinduism historical human influence James JESUS KRISHNA John karma kingdom knowledge known later leads leave light living look Luke Mary master means mind mystical nature never original orthodox path perfect person philosophy practice reality realize recognize religion revealed scholars seek senses soul speak spiritual story suffering Tao Te Ching teachers teachings tell texts things thought tradition translated traveled true truth turned understand Universe Upanishads wisdom wise written