Buddhism doesn’t like the concept of God for a variety of reasons. One of the major ones is that God worship is almost always fear based, something noted by Buddhist scholar P. A. Payutto: “If they aren't bowing to a human power figure, societies often submit to a supernatural one, what they call ‘God.’ With God as the ultimate authority, there is a common ground to which all the members of that society can submit. However, this is still not a satisfactory method for people who desire democracy because it is another form of autocracy- it is tainted with fear, and thus does not allow for full development of personal potential.”
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