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Buddhist Doctrine

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Buddhist Doctrine

 

BUDDHIST DOCTRINE

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DHARMA TALKED

THICH HUYEN VI

 

Published by Linh Son Monastery

Detroit, Michigan

Date 13th November 1978

The Sacred Mountain Monastery

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 buddhist-doctrine

CONTENTS

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INTRODUCTION

 

I.            Buddhism
II.          The main points of Shakymuni Buddha’s life (1)
III.        The main points of Shakymuni Buddha’s life (2)
IV.         The Three Refuges
V.           The Five Precepts
VI.          Confession in Buddhism
VII.        Cause and Effect
VIII.      The Cycle of Births-and-Deaths
IX.         Four All-Embracing Virtues
X.           Few Desires and Complete Knowledge
XI.         Propagation of the Sublime Doctrine of the Buddha
XII.       The Five Science (Paficavidya)
XIII.     The Six Concords in Buddhism
XIV.      Buddhism Promotes Peace and Harmony among Men
XV.        The Three Universal Truths of Buddhism
XVI.       Vegetarianism
XVII.     The Four Noble Truths and Dependent Origination
XVIII.   Meditation in Mahayanist Buddhism

 

 

SUPPLEMENT TO THREE DISCOURSES

 

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A.    Buddhist Contributions to the Future
B.     Buddhist Practice in Contemporary Life
C.    Speech delivered in the Conference of the Bharatiya Buddha Mahasangha in BOMBAY.

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