World religions project

Coppell high school world geography

Christianity

Christianity is a monotheistic Religion. Christians believe in Jesus Christ and follow his teachings. We believe Jesus is God’s own son, sent by God to become human. As the son of God, Jesus is divine, but he was also a human being who lived among us on earth, over 2,000 years ago.


The Holy Spirt is the Soul of the Church

Judaism

Judaism is a monotheistic religion, which means that Jewish people pray to only one god. There weren’t too many religions like this when it originated which made Judaism very unique at the time. Most of the religions of that period were polytheistic which means that they pray to more than one god.


What Is Judaism?

Hinduism

The term "Hinduism" simply derives from the word "India" and refers to a wide variety of religious traditions and philosophies that have developed in India over thousands of years. Most Hindus worship one or more deities, believe in reincarnation, value the practice of meditation, and observe festive holiday's like Diwali and Holi.


The Hindu Temple

Buddhism

Some Buddhist schools have many Gods, others have none. But it would be wrong to say that Buddhism itself teaches atheism, pantheism, or any other position on gods and deities. Gods are the conception of a particular time and culture, and may be used more or less wisely in the development of one’s spiritual practice.


Buddhism - Introduction

Islam

Is a monotheistic and abrahamic religion. There holy book is called the Qur'an considered by the Islamic followers to be the word of god. An adherent of Islam is called a Muslim. Islam have 5 primary obligations, or pillars that each Muslim must fulfill in his or her lifetime.


309. What Are The Five Pillars Of Islam?