1. Diṭṭhi Sutta.– Bad conduct in deed, word and thought, and wrong views lead to purgatory; their opposites to heaven. A.ii.226.
2. Diṭṭhi Sutta.– The same qualities, as in the above, make one’s life barren, and earn for one the censure of the wise; their opposites have the opposite effect. A.ii.228.
3. Diṭṭhi Sutta.– A nun who is wrong in her views and her purpose and rejects the faith goes to purgatory. A.iii.140.
4. Diṭṭhi Sutta.– A monk who possesses dispassionate, benevolent and harmless thinking and right views is assured of salvation. A.ii.76.
5. Diṭṭhi Sutta.– Anāthapiṇḍka visits a gathering of adherhents of other tenets and confutes them by propounding to them the tenets of the Buddha, so far as they are opposed to their own. A.v.185 ﬀ.