In the Hindu and Buddhist traditions ones salvation is determined by ones actions—i.e. karma. In the Judea-Christian traditions salvation is determined by the will of God and ones faith in God. This is a bit of a generalization of course, but covers the basics of each idea. So, with that in mind…
Which religious idea of salvation better promotes the concept of personal responsibility: karma or belief in God?
My Two Cents –
Speaking in general terms I believe that the concept of karma better promotes personal responsibility. With karma, ones destiny is completely determined by ones actions, not what one believes. To me this is the embodiment of personal responsibility.