Buddhism is often presented as a peaceful religion, but while I was doing research on Buddhism in Tibet, I was surprised to discover the Buddhist monks in Tibet have a symbol they use to show that Buddhism is stronger than all other world religions, and their symbol they use to represent their superiority can be seen on the chest of the Buddha statue below.
It looks like this:
Here is one apologetics resource for dealing with Buddhism:
When Tenzin Lahkpa (not his real name) was 15 years old, his parents took him to a Buddhist monastery in Tibet to be an offering to the “gods.” After spending several years learning from Buddhist writings and even studying with the Dalia Lama, Tenzin began secretly studying the Bible, and he survived being beaten until he was unconscious and left for dead by his fellow monks because he wanted to talk about who Jesus Christ is. Tenzin eventually gave up on his Buddhist heritage and now offers an insider’s perspective on what Buddhism in Tibet is really like.
You can read the details of his story by getting a copy of the book shown on this amazon.com link below: