how do Buddhists, Christians, Islams and Jews define and deal with sacredness??
- TeaimLv 61 decade agoFavourite answer
I can't answer your question, but I can say something about sacredness...
What bothers me is that if something is considered sacred, then, by natural design, there are many things that are not.
I understand this to be just one example of how most religions are inherently dualistic.
I think that the bible represents this when Adam and Eve are leaving the garden and they walk out on either side of the tree.