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Many religious and non-religious sources of authority are available; Buddhism adopts a different approach...
N.B. Poor original recording.
Talk given in 1966.
This talk is part of the series Introducing Buddhism.
|1.||Is religion necessary? (5:37)|
|2.||Which religion should we choose? (3:55)|
|3.||Should we be free to choose at all? (8:41)|
|4.||Appreciating other cultural traditions; Cultural and religious parochialism (3:16)|
|5.||The teaching of religion in schools (6:55)|
|6.||Why should we choose? (2:21)|
|7.||Which religions are there to choose from? (8:01)|
|8.||Ethnic religions and universal religions (4:31)|
|9.||Theistic and non-theistic universal religions (5:00)|
|10.||Buddhism as a non-theistic religion (7:21)|
|11.||Buddhism and science (4:12)|
|12.||Why choose Buddhism? (3:27)|
Total running time: 1:03:17