Shakyamuni, who eventually became the lord Buddha, was born a prince in
However, his posterity somehow distorted the core teachings of Shakyamuni and exploited them into setting up a religion. Buddhists in Korea have apparently been teaching that Jesus went to India 2000 years ago, received the teachings of Buddha, and went back to give rise to Christianity. However, if this was true, there should be the teaching of Shakyamuni in the Bible. But the truth is there is no evidence of any Buddhist teaching in the entire book of the word of God.
In the Korean Buddhist teachings, there are the books of Chunsoo (åƒæ‰‹ç¶“), the Keumkang (é‡‘å‰›ç¶“), the Prajna-para-mita (èˆ¬ï¥´å¿ƒç¶“), the Avatamska (è¯åš´ç¶“), Tripitaka (å¤§è—ç¶“) and Ramaka Buddhist Doctrines (ä½›èªªç¾…æ‘©ä¼½ç¶“: Namada). In the Namada which is known as the last teaching of lord Buddha, he prophesized the coming of Jesus (æ¤°è”¬) in about 500 years later. Namada teaching (38:8) recorded that his doctrines would all be useless when Jesus comes. The verse that is known as the last verse in all the books of Shkyamuni is stated, "When Jesus comes, and my Tao (way) will be like a lamp without oil. "è·æ™‚æ¤°è”¬ä¾† å¾é“ ç„¡æ²¹ä¹‹ç‡ˆä¹Ÿ
It means that "when Jesus (æ¤°è”¬) comes, my spiritual enlightenment will become useless like a lamp without oil." It is his statement in his last sermon at the very last moment of his life. It means Shakyamuni was fully aware that his teachings should cease when Jesus comes. For Jesus alone are the way, the truth, and the life (John 14:6). Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to men by whom we must be saved, Acts 4:12.
This same Buddhist prophecy about Jesus is also found in Japanese Buddhist scriptures of Daisho Shinsoo Tripitaka. This copy, in fact, is the original of the Korean Namada sutra version. It was translated by the renowned Japanese Buddhist priest Sung-gyun of
“When Jesus comes, my Tao (way) will be like a lamp without oil” is not just another saying but an actual scripture found in many versions of Buddhist teaching including the firsthand copies of Sanskrit and