Definitions Of Each Religion
Definition of Muslims -.According to Muslims God sent a number of prophets to mankind to teach them how to live according to His law. Jesus, Moses and Abraham are respected as prophets of God. They believe that the final Prophet was Muhammad
Definition of Buddhist - Buddhists do not believe that a Buddha is a god, but that he is a human being who has woken up and can see the true way the world works. They believe this knowledge totally changes the person. Some say this puts them beyond birth, death, and rebirth.
Surveys of Religions Around the World
The Pew Religious Landscape survey reported that as of 2014, 22.8% of the U.S. population is religiously unaffiliated, atheists made up 3.1% and agnostics made up 4% of the U.S. population. The 2014 General Social Survey reported that 21% of American had no religion with 3% being atheist and 5% being agnostic.
Islam will become the second-largest religious group in the United States by 2050, according to a report from the Pew Research Center. Muslims currently make up approximately 0.9% of the U.S. adult population, or 1.8 million Muslim adults.
Doctors Note (Atheist)
DoB : 03/05/02
To whom it may concern ,
James Ron reported there was blood in his urine when he went to use the lavatory during passing period , he said he has been beginning to cough and has persistent back pains through out the day . When eating meals day to day or even snacks he says he vomits or even has trouble swallowing . We sent him to the ER as soon as possible and I am sorry to report that your son has a serious stage 2 cancer and its quickly getting worse .
If you were an Athiest at he age of fourteen what is there to believe in ? What hope do you have , or where would you get it from ? Where would you go after death , and how would you know ? Do you just go through each day of this sickness without answers ?
(speech) religious freedom on Muslims
When you click on the picture you will see the different styles we enjoy wearing based on what we feel and sometimes our age or location we are going .
Foods we like to feast on
These are the basic types of food my culture/religion eat on a regular basis .
This is an example of what we may look like when we go and pray .
Foods we like to feast on
Q & A
"How do Muslims practice their faith?"
"As a Muslim we are required to make a donation of an annual to charity in the amount of 2.5% of one’s excess wealth;
fasting during daylight hours in the month of Ramadan; and
making a pilgrimage to Mecca once in a lifetime, if one is mentally, physically, and financially able."
" Do you believe in Angels ?"
"Angels are mentioned many times in the Qur’an and hadith (prophetic sayings). Not like humans, angels are described as a non-possessing free will,but as being by nature assigned to specific duties(Like an Assignment ). Two of the most known angels mentioned by name in the Qur’an are Gabriel (Jibril) and Michael (Mikhail). Gabriel is the angel of revelation and Michael is the angel of compassion."
Question : What is the difference between
Islam is the name of a religion, as Christianity and Judaism are names of religions. The Arabic word “Islam” is based on the root “slm,” which means peace or surrender to God. Putting both translations together results in the combined meaning “the state of peace through following God’s guidance.”
Islamic modifies a non-human noun, as for example, “Islamic art,” “Islamic architecture,” “Islamic beliefs,” etc. This term should not be used to refer to a person.
A follower of Islam is called a Muslim, or “one who is in a state of peace by following God’s guidance.”
While the term Arab has been used in the past to refer to members of a Semitic ethnic group from the Arabian Peninsula, today the word “Arab” refers to people from Arabic-speaking countries, most of which are in the Middle East and North Africa. The term Arabian was historically used to describe an inhabitant of the Arabian Peninsula. Today “Arabian” is used as to describe a non-human noun (Arabian coffee); it should not be used to refer to people.
There are different types of prayers given to their Buddha such as
Prayer for peace
Over cherry Blossoms Etc.
When you begin most people want a certain familiar scent , and make burn a candle
then they begin Mantras that are simply phrases meant to be repeated over and over again. You do not need to know their full meanings, as the words themselves, through repetition, lose their "meaning" and help you avoid distraction.
After this You begin praying about whatever you feel .
When this is done , you blow out the candles or what some people do is repeat your mantras or what your thankful for and finish up .