News Release: Faculty Experts, People, Religion and Ethics

Oct. 13,  2010

Happiness: World Religions Take Different Paths to Same Destination

Every world religion has a different way for its believers to achieve happiness. And yet, many elements of each path are similar. How do Christianity, Islam, Judaism and Buddhism compare and contrast?

Emory experts explore these questions in anticipation of  the “Interfaith Summit on Happiness” on Oct. 17, at which the Dalai Lama will discuss happiness with other world religious leaders. For more information about the summit, view "Religious Leaders Take an Interfaith Look at Happiness" (Emory Report, Oct. 13).

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