The Jews belive in the 13 articles of faith:
- God exists
- God is one and unique
- God is incorporeal
- God is eternal
- Prayer is to God only.
- The prophets spoke truth.
- Moses was the greatest of the prophets.
- The Written and Oral Torah were given to Moses.
- There will be no other Torah.
- God knows the thoughts and deeds of men.
- God will reward the good and punish the wicked.
- The Messiah will come.
- The dead will be resurrected.
Rosh Hashanah marks the Jewish new year
Chanukah started when the Greeks had little oil that would last one day. However, it lasted eight days, so they celebrated.
Yom Kippur is a day when a Jews sins from the past year are forgiven
Most Hindus belive in the gods Shiva, Vishnu, and Shakti. They belive in reincarnation and the Vedas, the sacred text.
Holi celebrates spring in the hinduism month.
Mahashivaratri celebrates one of the gods, Shiva
Diwali celebrates the new year in the Hindu calender.
Christianity started After Jesus was crucified. In the bible, he rose from the dead, and the people believe he was the son of God. The people who belived that became Christans
Easter celebrates the day Jesus rose from the dead.
Thanksgiving celebrates the day that the Pilgrims settled in America.
Christmas celebrates Jesus's birthday.
Buddhism started when Siddhārtha discovers The Middle Way, a way of moderation.
Buddhist New Year
Marks the Buddhist New year.
Celebrates the life and death of Buddha.
Festival of Floating Bowls.
This festival is said to get rid of bad luck.
Islam started when Allah stood out in Arabia.
Al Hijra marks the Muslim new year
Ramadan is the fasting season of Islam.
Eid Al Adah
Eid Al Adha celebrates a long time ago when God told Ibrahim to sacrifice his son.
Sikihism started when Guru went on a journey, and became against other religeons.
Maghi celebrates the 40 men who betrayed Guru and fought the enemy.
Diwali celebrates Guru's release from prison.
Guru Nanak's Birth day
Celebrates Guru's birthday