92. Eastern Religions | Series: Two Philosophers Wrestle With God | Dialogue 9 [Part 2]
Philosophical and spiritual dialogues sharing a new perspective on Eastern religions from God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher. Explore Eastern religions as experiences with God in uniquely intrinsic ways, from deep within one's self, and discover how Eastern spirituality guided human spiritual development and the growth of God's story and evolution.
While Jesus and Buddha share words of empathy and compassion, Western and Eastern religions have distinctive histories with God and interact with the Divine in very different ways.
Consider a new perspective on Hinduism and understand reincarnation as a learning process. Within infinite worlds and lives, each lifetime is a pursuit of Karma, or balance, utilizing Dharma as a call from each person's talents and story to achieve spiritual living.
Listen to a new view on Daoism, Confucianism, and Buddhism as revelations of harmony, compassion, and empathy, but with a new insightful twist on God's perspective of Buddha's revelation.
Join host Scott Langdon for this profound conversation between Dr. Jerry L. Martin and Dr. Richard Oxenberg of philosophy and religion, daring to consider God's perspective in the series Two Philosophers Wrestle With God, Dialogue 9- Eastern Religions.
Dr. Jerry L. Martin is a philosopher and author of the true story, God: An Autobiography, As Told To A Philosopher and is the founding chairman of the Theology Without Walls group at the American Academy of Religion.
Dr. Richard Oxenberg is a professor at Endicott College and has published numerous articles on ethics and theology, including: On the Meaning of Human Being: Heidegger and the Bible in Dialogue.
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