Most religions are soteriological. Which basically means there is salvation for those who follow these religions - e.g christianity, believe in christ and your soul will live forever in the sanctuary of heaven.
However, in buddhism there is no soul that is reborn, and anatta is a doctrine which as one of the 3 marks of existence and is essentially a centraldoctrine; and in the realms of buddhism reincarnation really becomes a thorny issue under such circumstances! I ask a very simple question, and it is from a mahayana perspective.
Apart from there being the goal or achievement of relief from suffering, what really is there to be saved or salvaged in buddhism, that is not or has not already been saved or achieved?
Just a thought?