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Articles

About Buddhism
http://christiananswers.net/evangelism/beliefs/buddhism.html
http://christiananswers.net/
This page from Christian Answers contains article links about Buddhism.

Buddhism
http://www.goodnewspost.com/false_gospel_of_buddhism.htm
http://www.goodnewspost.com/
"There are two ways to approach the subject of Buddhism. One approach is to look at Buddhism as it has existed in Asia. It is a very important part of the culture there. It is "engrained" in the habits and lifestyle of millions of Asian people. The other way is to study it as practiced by people in the western world." (Read more about this article, click on the link above.)

Buddhism and the Bible
https://truthfortheworld.org/buddhism-and-the-bible
https://truthfortheworld.org/
"Many people believe all religions came from God even though they teach different and contradictory doctrines. If all religions came from God, they reason that we should simply choose the best of them and leave the others alone." (Read more about this article, click on the link above.)

Enlightenment-Should I follow Buddha or Jesus Christ?
http://christiananswers.net/q-aiia/aiia-buddhism-harris.html
http://christiananswers.net/
"I came to the Buddhist path as a seeker. I was skeptical about religious claims, but felt a deep void in my life. I yearned for meaning and truth in a unpredictable and often hostile world. In Buddhism, I though I had found what I was searching for." (Read more about this article, click on the link above.)

Exposing Buddhism (Part 1)
By Brian A. Yeager

http://www.wordsoftruth.net/wotvol10/wotbulletin08012010.html
http://www.wordsoftruth.net/
"In my research of Buddhism I found so many things to write about that it will be difficult to determine what errors we shall expose. Buddhism, though a Buddhist will not admit it, is a religion full of idolatry and self-worship. One of the things I noticed over and over again is that Buddhists deny serving a god. Yet, everything they say and teach goes back to the Buddha." (Read more about this article click on the link above.)

Exposing Buddhism (Part 2)
By Brian A. Yeager

http://www.wordsoftruth.net/wotvol10/wotbulletin08082010.html
http://www.wordsoftruth.net/
"From my research on Buddhism, I found that there are four fundamental beliefs of all Buddhists. These four fundamental beliefs are the foundation of their doctrines. These beliefs are called the Four Noble Truths of Buddhism. Like most false religions, not everything believed is wrong. That is what makes false religions somewhat believable." (Read more about this article, click on the link above.)

Exposing Buddhism (Part 3)
By Brian A. Yeager

http://www.wordsoftruth.net/wotvol10/wotbulletin08152010.html
http://www.wordsoftruth.net/
"Buddhism offers the most satisfactory explanation of where beings come from and where they are going. When we die, the mind, with all the tendencies, preferences, abilities, and characteristics that have been developed and conditioned in this life, re-establishes itself in a fertilized egg." (Read more about this article, click on the link above.)

How to Share One's Faith with a Buddhist
http://www.brigada.org/2011/10/02_7603
http://www.brigada.org/
"Those through Bridges know how it can help one learn to share one's faith with a Muslim, but is there a bridges for Buddhism?" (Read more about this article, click on the link above.) You can also put the word Buddhism in the search engine at brigrada.org

The Theology of Zen Buddhism
By The John Ankerberg Show

https://www.jashow.org/articles/guests-and-authors/dr-john-ankerberg/the-theology-of-zen-buddhism/
https://www.jashow.org/
This article shows the contrasts of the teachings of Zen with those of Christianity. Zenists admit that Buddhism and Christianity are incompatible but they nevertheless argue that a Christian can practice Zen to great benefit.

Why I believe Buddhism and Buddhist belief are false
http://peace-of-mind.net/buddhism.htm
http://peace-of-mind.net/
"There are two main schools of thought in Buddhism, the Theravada and the Mahanyana… The practice of Buddhism has been modified by local customs, producing distinct varieties of worship. They include the Indian, Tibetan, Ceylonese, Burmese, Thai, Cambodian, Chinese, and Japanese varieties." (Read more about this article, click on the link above.)

Book

Becoming the People of God (SEANET 11): Creating Christ-centered Communities in Buddhist Asia
By Paul H. De Neui

https://missionbooks.org/products/detail/becoming-a-people-of-god-seanet-11
https://missionbooks.org/
This book is a collection of perspectives that comes from settings where the good news of Jesus has not been the dominant historical norm. All contributors in this volume are practitioners. They have a deep appreciation for the cultural heritage and important moral values found in Buddhist contexts.

Communicating Christ in Asian Cities (SEANET 6): Urban Issues in Buddhist Contexts
By Paul H. De Neui

https://missionbooks.org/products/detail/communicating-christ-in-asian-cities
https://missionbooks.org/
This book is the sixth volume in a series produced from the annual SEANET Missiological Forum held in Chiang Mai, Thailand. It developed from a keen awareness that certain urban concerns for evangelistic mission must be addressed in a unique way when viewed within the myriad and complex cultures found within Asian Buddhism.

Communicating Christ in the Buddhist World (SEANET 4)
By Paul H. De Neui and David Lim

https://missionbooks.org/products/detail/communicating-christ-in-the-buddhist-world
https://missionbooks.org/
This is the fourth and latest volume in the Buddhist World series. Compiled from papers presented at the annual SEANET Missiological Forum in Thailand, this book delivers fresh insights from mission theologians and practitioners.

Communicating Christ Through Story and Song (SEANET 5): Orality in Buddhist Contexts
By Paul H. De Neui

https://missionbooks.org/products/detail/communicating-christ-through-story-and-song
https://missionbooks.org/
This is the fifth volume in the Buddhist World series. It presents models and case studies of communication of the Gospel through orality in Southeast Asia. With contributions from seasoned practitioners working in Cambodia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, and the Philippines, this insightful book explores the Biblical foundations-and the cultural imperative-of employing oral tradition to effectively communicate in Buddhist contexts.

Complexities of Money and Missions in Asia (SEANET 9)
By Paul H. De Neui

https://missionbooks.org/products/detail/complexities-of-money-and-missions-in-asia-seanet-9
https://missionbooks.org/
What happens when an expatriate missionary is thrust into a context where the standard of living is so divergent that perceived or actual wealth suddenly becomes the strongest draw of attraction? What actual message is communicated through the wordless witness of the Western Christian missionary lifestyle? Is attention to so-called good news now so financially focused that other foundational issues become overshadowed? SEANET presents Complexities of Money and Missions in Asia for all who are asking such questions.

Developing Indigenous Leaders (SEANET 10): Lessons in Mission from Buddhist Asia
By Paul H. De Neui

https://missionbooks.org/products/detail/developing-indigenous-leaders-seanet-10
https://missionbooks.org/
How are leaders developed from the local context for the local context? What is the role of the expatriate in this process? What models of hope are available for those seeking further direction in this area, particularly in mission to the Buddhist world of Asia? To answer these and several other questions, SEANET proudly presents the tenth volume in its series on practical missiology, Developing Indigenous Leaders: Lessons in Mission from Buddhist Asia.

Family and Faith in Asia (SEANET 7): The Missional Impact of Social Networks
By Paul H. De Neui

https://missionbooks.org/products/detail/family-and-faith-in-asia
https://missionbooks.org/
Family and Faith in Asia: The Missional Impact of Extended Networks, attempts to issue a wake-up call to serious reflection on a highly ignored social reality in Buddhist and many other social contexts. The book is a resource useful for anyone wishing to study practical approaches to issues related to family and faith in Asia, particularly in Buddhist contexts for mission.

Peoples of the Buddhist World: A Christian Prayer Guide
By Paul Hattaway

https://missionbooks.org/products/detail/peoples-of-the-buddhist-world
https://missionbooks.org/
Paul Hattaway has collected the available information on all the Buddhist people groups of the world into this invaluable resource for mission strategists, Bible translators and intercessors. Readers will learn about the different forms of Buddhism, where and how they are practiced, and what special challenges each presents for Christians who want to bring the good news of Jesus to Buddhists.

Peoples of the World Poster
https://missionbooks.org/products/detail/peoples-of-the-world-poster
https://missionbooks.org/
This is a new, full-color wall poster from the U.S. Center for World Mission. This poster reflects updated statistics on the reached and unreached people groups of the world. his poster shows in chart form the extent of the gospel and the need of the world. It graphically illustrates the numbers of reached and unreached peoples in the Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, ethnic religious, and non-religious cultural groups of our world.

Restored to Freedom from Fear, Guilt, and Shame (SEANET 13): Lessons from the Buddhist World
By Paul H. De Neui

https://missionbooks.org/products/detail/restored-to-freedom-from-fear-guilt-and-shame-seanet-13
https://missionbooks.org/
SEANET proudly presents Restored to Freedom from Fear, Guilt, and Shame, volume 13 in its series on intercultural and inter-religious studies.These three cultural orientations impact the shaping and expression of worldview. While all are present to a certain extent in every context, this volume draws from the expressions and insights found from within the Buddhist world.

Seeking the Unseen (SEANET 12): Spiritual Realities in the Buddhist World
By Paul H. De Neui

https://missionbooks.org/products/detail/seeking-the-unseen
https://missionbooks.org/
Buddhism claims no god, yet spiritual realities abound in popular practice. SEANET presents this book to answer questions such as: what are the spiritual realities in Buddhism, what do these spiritual realities mean to practitioners, and how can understanding these spiritual realities inform Christ-followers seeking to communicate the good news of Jesus in ways that all can understand and relate to.

Sharing Jesus Effectively in the Buddhist World (SEANET 3)
By David Lim, Steve Spaulding

https://missionbooks.org/products/detail/sharing-jesus-effectively-in-the-buddhist-world
https://missionbooks.org/
This is the third book in the "Sharing Jesus in the Buddhist World" series, written by evangelical mission "reflective practitioners" who are committed to developing more effective ways to win the Buddhist peoples to the Lord Jesus Christ. The opening chapter describes "The Changing Demographic Context of Global Buddhism"; the next six describe some of the best models of mission approaches for reaching Buddhists; and the last four depict some past and present "people movements" or "church planting movements."

Sharing Jesus in the Buddhist World (SEANET 1)
By David Lim, Steve Spaulding

https://missionbooks.org/products/detail/sharing-jesus-in-the-buddhist-world
https://missionbooks.org/
This book on Christian missions to the Buddhist world not only provides understanding of many Buddhist cultures, but provides culturally relevant ideas on sharing Jesus with Buddhists around the world. It lives up to the editors' goal "to provide the global church with knowledge and understanding of the Buddhist world and how to reach it for Christ."

Suffering (SEANET 8): Christian Reflections on the Buddhist Dukkha
By Paul H. De Neui

https://missionbooks.org/products/detail/suffering
https://missionbooks.org/
This book is a collection of articles by Western and non-Western Christ followers for those who want to delve deeper into one important aspect of Buddhist worldview. It is written for the practitioner privileged to live and serve in the Buddhist context. This book is also for the Buddhist seeking to understand the Christian perspective on existence in today's world where suffering is our ever-present reality.

DVD

Christianbook.com
https://www.christianbook.com
christianbook.com has many books, DVDs, and other resources about Buddhism. Please put the word "Buddhism" in the search engine to search for resources on this topic.

Vision Video
https://www.visionvideo.com
Vision Video has videos about Buddhism. Please put the word "Buddhism" in the search engine to search for videos on this topic.





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