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The Truth of Rebirth: And Why It Matters for Buddhist Practice
Author Ṭhānissaro, Bhikkhu
PublisherMetta Forest Monastery
Publisher Url
LocationValley Center, CA, US
Content type書籍=Book
AbstractA short treatise explaining that the Buddha did not teach the doctrine of rebirth because he was blindly following the cultural norms of his time. Instead, our resistance to this teaching is pointing to cultural biases of our own that impede progress on the Path.
Table of contentsContents

Introduction 1
1. Questioning Assumptions 2
2. An Ancient Controversy 6
3. Rebirth & Action 10
4. The Noble Truth of Rebirth 18
5. An Appropriate Frame 22
6. Food For Rebirth 26
7. Choosing Dispassion 32
8. Modern Ironies 40
Glossary 45
Abbreviations 46
Created date2017.04.26
Modified date2017.04.26

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