The debate "Christians can't believe in karma because of their religion" was started by
March 10, 2015, 2:24 pm.
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ieva_mi, invincible_01, Cody, zlatanera and 5 visitors agree.
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Karma is, in essence, if you do good things, good things happen to you. I am vastly oversimplifying, but trying to get the core concept. Karma also ties in with reincarnation, if you do good things then, after you die, you end up in a better situation (in your next life).
Christians believe that if you do good things God will bless you and if you do bad things he will punish you. They also believe that, after you die, what you did in life determines what happens to you (heaven or hell).
While there are definitely differences between the dogmas, the underlying philosophy is similar, just the nomenclature changes.