If the religion is Buddislamic...
Posted: 10 Nov 2010 05:38
Or Buddislam, what do you call the followers?
DUNE DISCUSSION FORUM FOR ORTHODOX HERBERTARIANS
SandRider wrote:I'd say it would be "Buddislamists" to outsiders, non-believers ...
what's your derivation for "Mubuddislims" ?
and what's the relationship between "Islam" & "Muslim", linguistically ?
if I remember correctly, "Islam" is "The Way" and "Muslim" is "follower of the way" ... is that right ?
and seems like they called jesus' teachings "The Way" .... the Buddhas too, yeah ?
SadisticCynic wrote:Um, Zensunni?
FH in the Religion Appendix wrote: 4. The so-called Ancient Teachings—including those preserved by the Zensunni Wanderers from the first, second, and third Islamic movements; the Navachristianity of Chusuk, the Buddislamic Variants of the types dominant at Lankiveil and Sikun, ...
FH in Terminology of the Imperium wrote:ORANGE CATHOLIC BIBLE: the "Accumulated Book," the religious text produced by the Commission of Ecumenical Translators. It contains elements of most ancient religions, including the Maometh Saari, Mahayana Christianity, Zensunni Catholicism and Buddislamic traditions. Its supreme commandment is considered to be: "Thou shall not disfigure the soul."
A Thing of Eternity wrote:Depends on how you were phrasing the statement, I could be incorrect about this, but you could call a person Islamic, just not an Islamic. So calling someone Buddhislamic sounds fine to me, but I wouldn't call someone a Buddhislamic.
SandChigger wrote:Or Buddislam, what do you call the followers?
SandChigger wrote:Going again this year, are you?