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Subject: Buddhism and puritanism

Glenda Yenta
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Date Posted: 22:41:27 11/19/02 Tue
In reply to: Sacred Poontang 's message, "Response to your comments" on 22:01:38 11/19/02 Tue

From what I understand, Buddhism does not have a puritanical take on sex. Indeed, many acts considered sinful* in Christianity, Islam, and Judaism are not against the practice of Buddhism(ex: Premarital sex). Everything in moderation is basically the theme.

Moreover, the concept of "sin" is alien to Buddhism.

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And do you think pornography is "something in moderation" ????chadi23:13:09 11/19/02 Tue

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