Christianity & Zen (MP3)
Christianity: The Deadliest Poison and Zen: The Antidote to all Poisons
These discourses were given in Pune, India, from January 22 to 29, 1989 and contain Osho's answers to questions sent by 21 visiting Jesuit monks, such as Isn't meditation selfish? Why can't religions simply agree to differ? Isn't it better to give than receive?
Reaching the peak of criticism against the religion with the greatest history of violence, Osho unfolds the apparent contradiction between his disgust for charity and his hatred of poverty.
2 MP3s, total running time 15 hrs. Discourses 1 through 3 are missing.