Buddhists have no faith in God.
Buddha is not seen as God or even Godlike. In this regard, Buddhism varies from the main premise of most Western religions. Buddhism, according to Narada Thera on Buddhism in a Nutshell, does not revolve around worship or allegiance to a higher authority, such as God. Buddhists never pray to gods, sculptures, natural phenomena, or other deities. Buddhists, on the other hand, gaze within to seek personal understanding and spiritual growth.