Since the five religions all came from the same Truth, of course they are all the same. However, if one has to compare according to the standards of the commons, the Dharma of Buddhism is the most sublime. The reason is that from the ancient days up to now, Heaven and Earth has been supervised by Buddhas.
In-jie Ching* states:
“when the Heaven and Earth
was first created,
God ordained ten Buddhas
to rule the Heaven and Earth.”
Continue reading “30. Among the five religions that came from the same Truth, which one is the most sublime? Should a practitioner of Tao emphasize any particular religion?”
Part One: The Theories
The True Meaning of Tao
Tien-Tao is being descended to reveal to mankind that Tao is the Absolute Truth. Tao exists before Heaven and Earth. It will still exist after the destruction of Heaven and Earth. It is everlasting. Continue reading “Introduction I: The True Meaning of Tao”
Tao is the Truth. If one does not understand the Truth, how can he practice Tao? Thus, to practice Tao, one must know the Truth.
The only way of understanding the Truth is to ask questions when one is in doubt.
Continue reading “Foreword by Nan-Ping Tao-Ji”
Tlen-tao, the way of returning to Xian-tien10, is the true conveyance of the Truth. Tien-Tao encompasses the doctrines of the three great religions and serves as a lifeboat to save the world. In recent years, humans are not as innocent as their ancient ancestors, and morality has been trenching down. This decline in morality culminates in catastrophes that exceed historic proportion and cause suffering to all souls. Continue reading “Foreword by Mr. Guo”
The translation of this book – The Answers to the Truth – is commissioned by God (Zhong-Hua Sheng-Mu*). Knowing the difficulties of translation, we, the volunteers, formed a committee to gather ideas. We come from different backgrounds, ranging from medicine, engineering, to business; however, none specializes in literature or languages. Continue reading “Preface – The Answers to the Truth”