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23 July, 11:36

In what way does Theravada Buddhism differ from the Buddha's early teachings?

A.

Theravada Buddhism involves making animal sacrifices, while the Buddha was against harming any being.

B.

Theravada Buddhism is limited to monks and nuns, while the Buddha extended his teachings to everyone.

C.

Theravada Buddhism doesn't believe in the concept of karma, while the Buddha believed in this concept.

D.

Theravada Buddhism stresses the importance of samsara, while the Buddha rejected that samsara existed.

E.

Theravada Buddhism believes in living a life of extremes, while the Buddha believed in living moderately.

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  1. 23 July, 11:55
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    Answer: Form my my history test the answer is b
  2. 23 July, 12:14
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    The answer is: option B

    Theravada Buddhism is limited to monks and nuns, while the Buddha extended his teachings to everyone.

    Theravada itself means "the doctrine of the elders' - the elders being the senior Buddhist monks.
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