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"Transient Phenomena" can be described as the transient aspects of matters which, including life, have a beginning and and end.
"Eternal Phenomena" can be described as the permanent aspects of eternity.
Searching for World Peace through Buddhism and Other Religions:
Transient Phenomena and Eternal Phenomena
Edward p.H. Woo
Table of Contents
Part I: Introduction - Guide to Reading the Book
1. What is Religion?
2. What is Buddhism?
3. A Comparison between Buddhism and Other Religions
Part II: Understanding Buddhism as a Religion
4. How Does Buddhism Explain Our Lives?
5. What Are the Benefits of Learning Buddhism?
6. Principles of Buddhist Practice
7. Buddhist Sutras
8. The Four Noble Truths
9. The Eight Correct Paths
10. The Law of Conditioned Genesis
11. The Six Paramitas
12. The Ten Great Vows of Universal Worthy Bodhisattva
13. The Four Stages to Monitor our Cultivation
14. The Three Disciplines
15. The Six Ways of Attaining Reverent Harmony
17. The Three Seals of the Dharma
18.The One Unity Perception
Part III: Misunderstandings about Buddhism
19. Differences of Mahayana and Hinayana
20. The Arising of Various Buddhist Schools
21. Missing the Key Concepts of Buddhism
22. The Misconception of Buddhism as Polytheism
Part IV: The Relationship between Religion and Modern Society and Looking Ahead
23. How Can Buddhist Theories Engage Modern Life?
24. Outlook for Future
Appendix - Buddhism: Diamond Sutra and World Peace
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