5 Major Religion

By:Kathryn Rohe


This religion is monotheistic.

The God is named God.

The holy book is called the Bible.

The major holidays are Christmas and Easter.

Many Christians attend worship services at church on Sundays, nearly all Christians have been baptized, most participate in communion, Ten Commandments, seven sacraments.


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Judaism is a monotheistic religion

Judaism is considered by religious Jews to be the expression of the covenantal relationship God established with the Children of Israel.

Their holy book is called the Torah.

Major holidays include Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Passover, and Shabbat.

Some major practiced rituals are the Mitzvot, Jewish worship and prayer, and keeping kosher.


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Hinduism is a polythestic religion.

Some of the Gods that they believe is are Brahma, Krishna, and Rama.

This religion doesn't have a holy book

Major holidays include, Holi, Dassera, and Diwali.

Hindu practices generally involve seeking awareness of God and sometimes also seeking blessings from Devas. Place of worship is called a temple.


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This religion is nontheistic

They believe that there isn't a supreme ruler

Their holy book is called the Tipitaka

Their major holidays include, Buddhist new year, and Megha Puja day.

They believe in reincarnation and karma.


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This religion is monotheistic.

Allah is the name of the God

Their holy book is called the Qur'an

The major holidays include, Muharram, Eid al-Adha, and Eid al-Fitr

They believe in the five pillars of Islam.

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