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World Tiered Project

10 words for each of the 5 religions

TermDefinition
Judaism- Polytheistic or Monotheistic Judaism is Monotheistic, which means they only believe in one god.
Judaism- Number of followers Judaism has 14 million followers, which means they practice or believe in this religion.
Judaism- Followers are called Judaism followers are called Jews, which means if they practice or believe in Judaism they are refferd as Jews.
Judaism- Founder Judaism founder is named Abarham, which means he founded Judaism.
Judaism- Holy book Judaism's holy text is called Torah, which means their most holy text is the Torah.
Judaism- Name of god Judaism's god is Taweh, which means they believe he is who you worship, he is the god, who the Jews believe in.
Judaism- Place of worship Judaism's place of worship is the Synagogue, which means this is where they meet to practice Judaism.
Judaism- Major Holidays Judaism's major holidays are Hanukah and Bat/ Bar Mitzvah, which means they celebrate this holiday in honor of something Jewish.
Judaism- Major beliefs Judaism's major beliefs are the 10 commandments, First major religion to believe in one god, which means they believe in this because of some past Jewish action.
Judaism- Started in Judaism started in 1800 B.C.E in Southwest Asia, which means that they began the Judaism religion in this time and place.
Christianity- Polytheistic or Monotheistic Christianity is Monotheistic, which means they only believe in one god.
Christianity- Number of followers Christianity has 2.1 billion followers, which means they practice or believe in this religion.
Christianity- Followers are called Christianity's followers are called Christians, which means if they practice or believe in Christianity they are refferd as Christians.
Christianity- Founder Christianity's founder is named Jesus, which means he founded Christianity.
Christianity- Holy book Christianity's holy text is called Bible, which means their most holy text is the Bible.
Christianity- Name of god Christianity's god is God, which means they believe he is who you worship, he is the god, who the Christians believe in.
Christianity- Place of worship Christianity's place of worship is a Church, which means this is where they meet to practice Christianity.
Christianity- Major Holidays Christianity's major holidays are Christmas and Easter, which means they celebrate this holiday in honor of something Cristian.
Christianity- Major beliefs Christianity's major beliefs are actions based on the life and teachings of Jesus, which means they believe in this because of some past Christian action.
Christianity- Started in Christianity started in 33 C.E. in Southwest Asia, which means that they began the Christian religion in this time and place.
Islam- Polytheistic or Monotheistic Islam is Monotheistic, which means they only believe in one god.
Islam- Number of followers Islam has 1.5 billion followers, which means they practice or believe in this religion.
Islam- Followers are called Islam's followers are called Muslims which means if they practice or believe in Islam they are refferd as Muslums.
Islam- Founder Islam's founder is named Muhummad, which means he founded Islam.
Islam- Holy book Islam's holy book is called the Qur'an, which means they read this to study the religion.
Islam- Name of god Islam's god is Allah, which means they believe he is who you worship, he is the god, who the Islams believe in.
Islam- Place of worship Islam's place of worship is a Mosque, which means this is where they meet to practice Islam.
Islam- Major Holidays Islam's major holiday is Ramadan, which means they celebrate this holiday in honor of something Islam.
Islam- Major beliefs Islam's believe in the 5 pillars of Islam and the teachings of Muhammad, which means they believe in this because of some past Islamic action.
Islam- Started in Islam started in 610 C.E. in Southwest Asia, which means that they began the Islamic religion in this time and place.
Hinduism- Polytheistic or Monotheistic Hinduism is Polytheistic, which means they believe in more than one god.
Hiduism- Number of followers Hinduism has 900 million followers, which means they practice or believe in this religion.
Hinduism- Followers are called Hinduism's followers are called Hindus which means if they practice or believe in Islam they are refferd as Hindus.
Hinduism- Founder Hinduism has no one founder, which means no one founded Hindusism.
Hinduism- Holy book Hinduism's holy book is called the Vedas, which means they read this to study the religion.
Hinduism- Name of god Hinduism's god is Brahman, which means they believe he is who you worship, he is the god, who the Islams believe in.
Hinduism- Place of worship Hinduism's place of worship is a Mandir, which means this is where they meet to practice Hinduism.
Hinduism- Major Holidays Hinduism's major holiday is Diwali, which means they celebrate this holiday in honor of something Hinduism.
Hinduism- Major beliefs Hinduism's believe in the Caste Systems, Karma and Reincarnation, which means they believe in this because of some past Hinduism action.
Hinduism- Started in Hinduism started over 4000 years ago, in Ancient India, which means that they began the Hinduism religion in this time and place.
Buddaism- Polytheistic or Monotheistic Buddaism is niether Polytheistic or monotheistic, which means they don't believe in only one god or more than one god.
Buddaism- Number of followers Buddaism has 376 million followers, which means they practice or believe in this religion.
Buddaism- Followers are called Buddaism's followers are called Buddhists which means if they practice or believe in Islam they are refferd as Buddhists.
Buddaism- Founder Buddaism's founder is Siddartha Gautama, which means they founded Buddaism
Buddaism- Holy book Buddaism's has many different holy books, which means they read these to study the religion.
Buddaism- Name of god Buddaism's doesn't have a god, which means they believe in no god.
Buddaism- Place of worship Buddaism's place of worship is a Temple, which means this is where they meet to practice Buddaism.
Buddaism- Major Holidays Buddaism's major holiday is Vesak, which means they celebrate this holiday in honor of something Buddaism.
Buddaism- Major beliefs Judaism's believe in the 4 Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path, which means they believe in this because of some past Buddaism action.
Buddaism- Started in Buddaism started in 460 B.C.E in Acient India, which means that they began the Buddaism religion in this time and place.
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