Buddhists misrepresent the Christian view of human nature, says theologian Steven Shippee. It’s a lot closer to Buddhism than you think.
There may be no good or evil in absolute reality says Norman Fischer, but in the relative world there certainly is.
Jan Chozen Bays ponders the question of evil’s origin, considering the Christian and the Buddhist perspectives on good and evil.
Buddhist psychology is based on the notion that human beings are fundamentally good. Their most basic qualities are positive ones: openness, intelligence and warmth.