Buddhism: Science of the Mind

Jun 20, 2012 by

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Religion and science have long been been at odds with each other, that is, until Buddhism came along. In fact, some might even say that Buddhism and science were cut from the same cloth.

 

“Modern science initiated a deep spiritual crisis that led to an unfortunate split between faith and reason—a split yet to be reconciled. Buddhism was seen as an ‘alternative altar,’ a bridge that could reunite the estranged worlds of matter and spirit”

Buddhism: Science of the Mind

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