Research Proposal

To C omparative of five precepts in Buddhism
Ten Commandments in Christianity

Ven. Kim Rach Ta Na
ID: 5601201041

Research Supervisor
P .M . Jaroon Kittipanno , Ph.D.

A Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfilment of
The Requirement for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts
(Religious Studies)

International Bachelor's Degree Programme (IBAP)
Graduate School

Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University
Wang Noi , Lam Sai , Ayutthaya, Thailand
B.E. 2559/2016

Temporary Contents of Research Paper

Chapter 1: Introduction
Background and Significance of Study
Objectives of the Study
Statement of the Problems
The Scope of Study
Review of the Literature
Research Methodology
Expected Benefits of the Study
Chapter 2: To study the five precepts comparative with Ten Commandments
2.1. Explaining the mean ing of five precepts in Buddhism
2.2. Concept of five precepts in Buddhism
2.3 . Benefits of the five precepts in Buddhism
Chapter 3: to study principles of the Ten Commandments
3.1. Explaining the meaning of Ten Commandments in Christianity
3.1. Concept of the Ten Commandments
3.2. Benefits of the Ten Commandments
C hap ter 4: Comparison of the Five P recepts and Ten Commandments
4.1. The similarities between Five Precepts and Ten Commandments
4.2. Differences between Five Precepts and Ten Commandments
Chapter 5: Conclusion and Suggestion
5.1. Conclusion
5.2. Suggestion

Background and Significant of Study
All the lay Buddhist are had knew when the siddha prince he leave from his royal and his family to be a monk practices hard ( Dukarakiriya ) for six years ago, and the last he follow the middle way , until he attained enlightenment to be a Buddha, after that he started to preaches the dharma to them followers and among those has one of his dharma called Anu p ub b ikkattha in there he also said in the part two of five, about morality ( Silakatta ) to Yassa Kula Putta and all member in his family .
Paint the speech was meant to portray you r precepts of virtue and of the precepts that the precepts are not suffering from anywhere anxious. It was like a blessing in heavenly robes. As collateral for the treasure, both in this world and the next and so on.
In the way of phy sical human being are should be depend on materials things just they can live in this worl d. But in our life if have no morality for observe of miner person in society, we are also as animals so morality is can help us to be good human. Because if we practice it by respectively our life will bring back the peaceful life as Buddha teaches to us:
Do not kill or hurt living things or incite others to kill . Avoid taking what is not given or inciting others to do so . Observe celibacy or at least do not have sex with another's wife . Do not lie or incite others to lie . Do not drink or incite others to drink intoxicants
The we surely know every things are should have cause to show those things are happen as well as the Ten Commandments in Christianity are also
Soon after the encampment at Sinai, Moses was called up into the mountain to meet with God. Alone he climbed the steep and rugged path, and drew near to the cloud that marked the place of Jehovah's presence. Israel was now to be taken into a close and peculiar relation to the Most High--to be incorporated as a church and a nation under the government of God. The message to Moses for the people was:
And not only our Buddhism , Islam Hinduism or other religion that has law or morality for support their life to be better than but in Christianity they also have it too, what are these:?
Thou shalt kill no animal whatever, from th e meanest insect up to man. Thou shalt n ot steal. Thou shalt not v iolate the wife of another. Thou shalt speak no word that is false. Thou shalt not drink wine, nor anything that may intoxicate. Thou shalt avoid all anger, hatred and bitter l anguage . Thou shalt not indulge in idle and vain talk; but shall do all