An Apologetics Index research resource
In Buddhism, the belief that the human being is not composed of soul or spirit, but of a changing variety of sensory impressions, thoughs, feelings and energy.
Pat Means, The Mystical Means, Campus Crusade for Christ, 1976. p. 200
The Buddhist doctrine of no-soul.
Buddhism, Taoism, & Other Far Eastern Religions J. Isamu Yamamoto, Zondervan, Grand Rapids, MI, 1998. p.93
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