Take a look at and Compare Christianity and Buddhism
Tibetan Buddhism, Dalai Lama, and Tibet Problem in China
Perhaps Schmidt-Leukel (2003, p. 270) has a point when he says “The conformity between the Buddhist and Christian understanding of the human predicament has basically the structure of seeing Buddhism as articulating the right question to which Christianity provides the right answer.” Of course, the opposite could be very well true.
Buddha Dharma is that the concept of autonomy of human life - is misleading. Its like concerned about: is there a tone of a typical tree. No third party meaning of human lifespan, including a wave on the outside of this sea is certainly not a product isolated and single activities in no way split up on the wide-spread lifespan. The knowledge compiled by your Buddhist heritage for hundreds of years, its neither an incomparable wealth if you plan to consume a journey - a journey that would in due course be responsible for enlightenment, or Buddha hood.