The Development for Peace Building Process: Knowledge Integration of Principles and Practicing according to Religious in Thailand
This research aimed 1) to study the principle and the practical method for making peace
on religious, 2) to compare the principle and the practical method for making peace on religious, and
3) to integrate principle and the practical method for making peace on religious. Qualitative research
was conducted, and data were collected from the document consisting of the primary source,
secondary source, and interviewing the experts who have the mastery knowledge in various
religions. Results found that 1) the principle and the practical method for making peace on religious.
The basic principles of man is loving happiness and hate the suffering as well, need safety and
happiness in life. The peace concept is the goal of all religions. The truth of all religions is opposite
with war, violence, conflict. Overall ideology or ideology of religions is without conflict which the
cause is suffering or encroachment. In the doctrine of religions may accept human conflict but not
accept taking violence, principles and practices to prevent violence and can live together peacefully.
2) Comparative the principle and practical method for make peace of religions indicated that the
accessing to peace in the life of each religion have different styles or practices. 3) The integration the
principle and the practical method for make the peace on the religious showed that all religions have
the ideology to humanity that can live together peacefully. Integration of religious doctrines
contributes the universal principles. It is a teaching that can be practiced together which direction
leads to practice or develop of the physical, behavior, mental and intellectual. For the principles of
international practice revealed that: 1) Abstain from evil and do good, 2) give loving, mercy,
forgiveness to each other, 3) making sacrifices, welfare, volunteerism for create happiness for others,
4) have perseverance, patient, painstaking and developing themselves to learn, and 5) hold justice,
respect for rights and honor to fellowman.