Religions

By: Rooks Hunter

Christians

Christians believe that God sent Jesus down to Earth to die and save them from there sins so that someday they can go to heaven. Some of their rituals are celebrating Christmas in honor of Jesus' birthday, Easter in honor of Jesus' resurrection, and drink "wine" and eat bread in honor of the last supper. Their holy book is the Bible. The Bible talks about the history of the Christianity and what life was like before and after Christ. Christianity technically started with Adam and Eve when they were the first humans to be created. This religion is monotheistic.


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Buddhism

Buddhism is a religion based on the beliefs and practices of Buddha. They believe in rebirth, karma and samsara. Some of there practices are yoga and refuge of the three jewels. The ancient book of Buddhism is Tripitaka. This religion is monotheistic.


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Judaism

Judaism is the religion and way of life for Jewish people. It is a monotheistic religion. Their religious book is the Torah or Hebrew Bible. They believe in God, Ten Commandments, and 13 articles of faith. Some of their rituals are Passover and Chanukah.


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Hinduism

Hinduism is a polytheistic religion. Some of their Gods are Ganesha and Rama. They believe in reincarnation and karma. Their rituals are yoga and puja. They have multiple holy books like Vedas and Vedangas.



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Islam

Islam is a monotheistic religion. Their book Quran. The god of Islam is Allāh. They believe in Muhammad and the five pillars. Their rituals are Ramadan and Al-Hijra.


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