The largest religion in the world is Christianity. However, 67% or 4 billion people are not Christians. In the 21st century, we live in a multicultural society and we experience contact with faiths that seem to have contrary doctrines. This presentation will consider Jesus of Nazareth, who is seen by his followers as the divine incarnate; the Hindu religion in which the supreme cosmic reality Brahman is a seed of each of us; and Buddhism a non-theistic religion that defines a path out of human suffering without the help of a supernatural deity. What can they teach each other?