Christian religion


What is Christian

This religion has been around for hundred and hundreds of years. People all over the world believe in this religion.There is one god and one devil.People believe that god represents good and the devil represents evil. The Christians use a book to follow on what they believe in and it is called the bible. God is suppose to have a son named Jesus and he is gods son. The mothers name was marry.The Christians believe if you are good you will go to heaven and if you are bad you will go to hell.There are several types of Christian religion .Christmas is Jesus birthday and that is why we celebrate Christmas. There are also church's to celebrate god and pray to him. There is a leader of the church's and he is called the pope.He goes around the world spreading the religion.

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What is Islam

Islam is a monotheistic religious tradition that developed in the Middle East in the 7th century C.E. Islam, which literally means "surrender" or "submission," was founded on the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad as an expression of surrender to the will of Allah, the creator and sustainer of the world. The Quran, the sacred text of Islam, contains the teachings of the Prophet that were revealed to him from Allah. Essential to Islam is the belief that Allah is the one and true God with no partner or equal. Islam has several branches and much variety within those branches. The two divisions within the tradition are the Sunni and Shi'a, each of which claims different means of maintaining religious authority. One of the unifying characteristics of Islam is the Five Pillars, the fundamental practices of Islam. These five practices include a ritual profession of faith, ritual prayer, the zakat (charity), fasting, and the hajj (a pilgrimage to Mecca). Many Muslims are characterized by their commitment to praying to Allah five times a day. One of the defining characteristics of Islam is the primacy of sacred places including Mecca, Medina, and Jerusalem. Muslims gather at mosques to worship Allah, pray, and study scripture. There is not a sharp distinction between the religious and secular aspects of life in Islam; all aspects of a Muslim's life are to be oriented to serving Allah. Islam expanded almost immediately beyond its birthplace in the Arabian peninsula, and now has significant influence in Africa, throughout Asia, Europe, and the Americas.

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About Hinduism

Hinduism is one of the oldest and most complex religions in the world. Unlike most major religions, Hinduism has no single founder. Hinduism developed and changed over 3,500 years, growing out of the diverse peoples who settled India.

Hindus believe in one unifying spirit, Brahman. Because Brahman is too complex for humans to understand, Hindus worship gods that give a more concrete form to Brahman. The three most important Hindu gods are Brahma the Creator, Vishnu the Preserver, and Shiva the Destroyer. The goal of life is to achieve union with Brahman. The Hindus have many gods and they believe in goodness.Achieving union with Brahman is said to occur as people free themselves from the selfish desires that separate them from the universal spirit. Most people cannot achieve this union in one lifetime. The concept of reincarnation, the rebirth of the soul in a new body, allows people to continue their journey toward Brahman. People get closer to this union by being born into higher and higher levels of existence called castes.

The caste system is an important part of Hinduism. Castes are social groups into which people are born. You cannot move out of your caste during a lifetime. However, a person may be born into a higher caste in the next life by acquiring good karma. This is the main religion in India.

Reincarnation, punarjanma, is the natural process of birth, death and rebirth. At death we drop off the physical body and continue evolving in the inner worlds in our subtle bodies, until we again enter into birth. Through the ages, reincarnation has been the great consoling element within Hinduism, eliminating the fear of death. We are not the body in which we live but the immortal soul which inhabits many bodies in its evolutionary journey through samsara. After death, we continue to exist in unseen worlds, enjoying or suffering the harvest of earthly deeds until it comes time for yet another physical birth. The actions set in motion in previous lives form the tendencies and conditions of the next. Reincarnation ceases when karma is resolved, God is realized and moksha, liberation, is attained.

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