Some challenging questions for Buddhists and those who are interested in Buddhism.
Challenging questions are waiting to be answered. For example:
If there is no personal God, and if one can attain nirvana only as a result of the destruction of thirst (tanha) / desire, therefore the destruction of attachment, therefore the destruction of existence—from whence, do you suppose, did personality (or even the sense of personality) ever come? Exactly what is it, and where does it go when one ceases to exist?
All that the Prophets have Spoken is about the most widely distributed and most vehemently disputed book in history— the Bible. If you are one of those who seriously wants to understand what the Old and New Testament Scriptures are all about, then this book is for you.
Evangelical Followers of Jesus Christ and Roman Catholics have many things in common, such as the belief in Trinity, the divinity of the Lord Jesus Christ, the sinfulness of man and humanity and being hopelessly lost without the work of Jesus on the cross.
However, two main differences are of such importance that they need to be considered issues of eternal life and death. Who do you think is right and why?