Shin Buddhism in Modern Culture
Chapter 8 – Life as Story: Its Importance in Religion and Modern Thought (Part 1)
Multiple Choice Questions
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1. The way in which we view the life of a religious founder and interpret his or her religious teaching is directly related to the age in which we live. This is why every generation has to rewrite the biography of its founder in such a way that it addresses the issues and circumstances of the present age. Look at your own religious tradition. Is it attempting to do this? Or is it still attached to old interpretations that are no longer meaningful?