Fox News commentator Brit Hume created quite a stir recently when he suggested that the only hope for Tiger Woods is to convert from his mother's Buddhism to Christianity. "He's said to be a Buddhist," Hume observed.
"I don't think that faith offers the kind of forgiveness and redemption that is offered by the Christian faith. So my message to Tiger would be, 'Tiger, turn to the Christian faith and you can make a total recovery and be a great example to the world.'" It's not clear to what extent Tiger Woods actually sees himself as a Buddhist. But assuming for the moment that Tiger is a fully committed Buddhist, how accurate is Hume in his comparative analysis?
This cultural clash resembles the old "apples and oranges" problem. Hume's recommendation to Tiger is analogous to Peyton Manning telling Kobe Bryant that he must switch sports because basketball doesn't offer the potential to score touchdowns. In short, Buddhism may not offer "redemption and forgiveness"...
You also may enjoy this free books:William Mansfield Groton - The Christian Eucharist And The Pagan Cults
Abram Herbert Lewis - Paganism Surviving In Christianity Ver 2
Keywords: statues of greek gods and goddesses book of shadows pages all greek gods and goddesses list gardnerian book of shadows pagan religion are love spells real greek god and goddesses symbols wicca books harpy mythology statues of gods and goddesses de vermis mysteriis