World Religions

Brief Facts about the most largest religions in the world

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-Learn the histories of the worlds largest religions

-Get a better understanding of the major religions

-Enjoy this beautifully creative 5 hour spent creation by Austin Banzon


The belief of Jesus Christ born in Nazareth and is known to be the Son of God. Christians believe that he is the Savior and Messiah of this world. He was crucified and resurrected into heaven.

•The rituals in Christianity is attending mass or church every Sunday living the days of ordinary time, advent, Christmas, lent, Easter, and Pentecost.

•Holy book of Christianity is called the Bible including the old and New Testament.

-The major Holidays of Christianity are Christmas, Easter, Advent, Lent, Good Friday, Epiphany, and All Saints Day.

-Christianity is Monotheistic.


The history of Buddha takes place in northeastern India where the "Buddha" taught how to end sufferings to understand the world and the Four Noble Truths.

•Spiritual leaders called Monks practice or have rituals in temples, and meditation halls

Belief in living a moral life of wisdom, concentration, and discipline, the belief in to eliminate sufferings by learning the true meaning of this world.

Holidays in Buddhism are the Buddha's birthday, enlightenment, and Lunar Quarters.

There are several scriptures and texts of Buddhism such as Mahayana Sutras, Tripitaka, and Tibetan Book of the Dead.

Rituals in this religion include meditation, Mantras, Mudras, and prayer wheels.

•Buddhism is neither polytheistic or monotheistic, it is a religion with no God, it focuses on the ways to live life to fulfill enlightenment taught by the Buddha in northeastern India.


Judaism is the religion close to Christianity belief of only One God and the Messiah or Savior of this world. The language of Judaism is Hebrew, Judaism started in 2,500 BC in Mesopotamia founded by Abraham.

-The language of Judaism originally is Hebrew.

-The spiritual leader of Judaism is called the Rabbi in the place of worship called a Synagogue or Church.

-Holidays of Judaism are Rosh Hashanah, Day of Atonement, Festivals of booth, Hanukkah, TuB'Shevat, Purim, and Passover.

-The Holy Books of Judaism are the books of Mishnah, and books of Tanakh.

-Rituals of Judaism are Torah readings, prayer and teaching in the Synagogue on Saturdays.

-Judaism is Monotheistic.


The Muslims believe that there is one God and his name is referred to as "Allah" in Arabic. They believe the Shahada which is required to be recited--to be Muslim, and also believe in the Six Articles of Faith. Founded on 622 CE in Mecca, Saudi Arabia Muhammad was born a merchant trading from Arabia.

-The major Holidays of Islam are Ramadan, Eid al fitr, Hijra, and Eid al Adha.

-Holy scriptures or texts in Muslim faith are within the books of Qur'an.

-The rituals Muslims practice are the Five Pillars of Islam which includes daily confessions, prayers, paying alms tax, fasting, and traveling to Mecca. Rituals are held in the House of Worship called the Mosque.

-Islam is Monotheistic


-The History of Hinduism goes back in approximately 1500 BC in India.However since it's great age most of its history is made from educated guesses formed by structures and writings found in the Indus River valley. In Hinduism the people believe the cycle of rebirth or reincarnation and that it is their life goal to fulfill it.

-Major holidays of Hinduism are Mahashivarati, holi,Ramnavami,Dusserah, and Diwali.

-Sacred texts of Hinduism are Vedas, Upanishads, Sutras, and Bhagavad Gita.

-Original language of Hinduism is Sankrit

-The practices of Hinduism take place in a home or a temple. The rituals include meditation, fulfilling the duties in their life by following the four stages.

-Follows Principal Gods, Shiva, Vishnu, and Shakti which also means Hinduism is polytheistic.

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