The Buddha in Humanistic Buddhism 廣興 人間佛教的佛陀觀

Professor Guang Xing concludes that, unlike other Indian religious leaders of his time, the Buddha did not claim any association with divinity. He focused on educational instruction to help people be released from suffering. This practical, rational, and open attitude of the Buddha influenced his disciples and later generations of monks, greatly contributing to the success of spreading his message to the world. The Buddha in Humanistic Buddhism

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