The Dalai Lama 's Views On The World 's Religions Essay

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The Dalai Lama is a Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader who wrote the book Toward a True Kinship of Faiths: How The World’s Religions Can Come Together. In his book, the Dalai Lama shared his views on the world’s religions and the explained the differences and similarities between his own religious belief and traditions with the rest of the other people’s religion by saying that all religions can co-exist peacefully without any conflicts.The Dalai Lama quoted in his book “...how does a follower of a particular religious tradition deal with the question of the legitimacy of other religions?” The Dalai Lama asks us an important question about how we, the people on this Earth, can know for certain that our own religion is more truthfulness and realistic than the other religions that other people believe in. Religion of all kinds that follow strong moral values and peaceful spiritual living should be considered as any legitimate religious faith for anyone who freely chooses to follow as we accept and acknowledge their belief and traditions. People have their own personal opinion towards their religion and other people’s religion. In the college textbook Studying Religion: An Introduction Through Cases (3rd edition) written by Gary E. Kessler, Kessler defined exclusivism, inclusivism, and pluralism in which these three are the three approaches for any religious person to view towards other religions. Exclusivism means that the belief of only one religion can be true, and the…

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