Many religions are trying to attain salvation by works alone. But by the works of the law no flesh is justified. Why? Because God's standard is infallibility. Can one attain infallibility? No, it is impossible because if you have committed a single sin, you are branded a sinner forever.
Buddha realized this and said that you could not escape the results of your sin even if it took you trillions of years. Buddha also gave a description of Christ 500 years before He was born, telling of the wounds that were on His body and the markings on His forehead. He said that this coming figure had a better way.
These writings are accurately
transmitted and are found in the Buddhist's scriptures of
Unfortunately, all that has been handed to us are formulas for right conduct and metaphysical systems from the East which would enable us to attain salvation. How erroneous are these notions, for Ephesians 2: 8 states that salvation is attained by grace through faith; it is a gift of God and not of us, lest any man should boast.
Jesus also said that "I am the Way, the Truth and the Life, no man commeth unto the Father but by Me." By His blood all of your sins are wiped away.