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Religions

QuestionAnswer
God sent his son to earth to tell about God’s love Christianity
They believe in Dharma; doing your duty to God, family, yourself andothers around you. Hinduism
The goal of life is enlightenment or Nirvana. Buddhism
One of the Five Pillars is to help the poor and needy. Islam
The son of God was killed and came back to life. Christianity
People should pray five times a day. Islam
You must obey the Ten Commandments. Judaism
God promised to protect the people of this religion if they promised to love and obey God and follow God's laws. Judaism
If people live with moderation they come closer to Nirvana, a joyful state of enlightenment. Buddhism
You should fast for one month each year at Ramadan. Islam
God promised to protect the people who follow this religion if they loved and obeyed God. Judaism
They believe in reincarnation which means after you die you come back as a different person. If you lead a good life you will have a happy life when you come back. Hinduism
Life moves in an endless cycle of life, death and rebirth. Buddhism
They believe that their holy book, the Qur'an, is God's own words. Islam
Christianity? About 2000 years ago,Israel
Islam? About 1500 years ago,Saudi Arabia
Judaism? More than 4000 years ago,Middle East, Israel
Hinduism? Over 5000 years ago,India
Buddhism? Around 500 BCE (About 2500 years ago),India
Christmas? celebrates the Birth of Jesus, the founder of Christainity
Divali? The Hindu festival of lights
Shabbat? Judaism’s weekly day of rest
Parinirvana? The death of the founder of Buddhism
Easter? Christianity’s celebration of Jesus coming back to life.
Yom Kippur? Judaism’s day of repentance
Eid al-fitr? Islamic celebration of the end of Ramadan
God Jesus’ Father
Allah Islamic name of God
Abraham Father of the Jewish people
Shiva Hinduism’s Destroyer of Life
Meaning of “Buddha” “the enlightened one”
Two divisions of holy book of Christianity New Testament and Old Testament
the pilgrimage to Mecca, Islam’s holiest site Hajj
In Judaism God gave Moses these laws The Ten Commandments
Hinduism’s creator of life Brahma
Original name of Buddhism’s Founder Siddhartha
Christianity’s Holy Book Bible
Islam’s Prophet Muhammad
Islam’ Holy Book The Qur’an
God who keeps things alive in Hinduism Vishnu
The Holy Book of Judaism The Torah
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