World Religions Project

By pablo perini


The basic beliefs of Christianity are

  • There is only 1 god
  • All people sin
  • Sin separates people from god
  • Jesus resurrected from dead in human form
  • Death came into world by Adams sin
  • There is a hell
  • Hell is a place of punishment and is when people who reject god after death go
  • If you accept god after death you will go to heaven
  • God will come to earth
  • There is a bible called the holy bible

Major holidays that Christians do are

  • Christmas
  • Easter

Christianity is also monosthestic.



The basic beliefs of Buddhism are

  • The four noble truths
  • The truth of suffering
  • The truth of the cause of suffering
  • The truth of the end of suffering
  • The truth of the path that frees us from suffering
  • The eightfold path
  • They don't believe in any god
  • No holy bible or book
  • They believe in like a reincarnation
  • They are polysthetic but since they don't have a god you could say athiestic

Major holidays



The basic beliefs of Islam is

Rituals and holidays are



The basic beliefs are

  • Holy book is Torah
  • 13 principles of faith
  • Israel is the holy land
  • Messiah has not came
  • God is the one and only creator
  • Monotheistic

Rituals and holidays

  • Brit Milah or circumcision
  • Chevra kaddisha
  • Hannakah
  • Passover



The basic beliefs are

  • Existence is a cycle of
  • Birth
  • Death
  • Rebirth
  • They believe in reincarnation
  • They also believe in karma
  • They believe in one god
  • Their main books are Vedas and supplements


  • Holi - festivval of colors and spring (February-March)
  • Shiva - night sacred to Shiva (February-March)
  • Rama Navami - burthday of Lord Rama (April)
  • Krishna Jayanti - birthday of Lord Krishna (July-August)
  • Raksābandhana - renewing bonds between brothers and sisters (July-August)
  • Kumbh Mela - pilgrimage every 12 years to four cities in India (July-August; last one 2003)
  • Ganesha-Chaturthi (Ganesha Utsava) - festival of Ganesh (August-September)
  • Dassera - victory of Rama over demon king Ravana (September-October)
  • Navaratri - festival of shakti (in Bengal) or Rama's victory over Ravana (South India) (September-October)
  • Diwali - festival of lights and Laksmi (September-October)