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religions in the wor


what is christianity? it is like judaism but they beleve that jesus crist is the messiah or the savior of man kind. they also follow the 10 commandments.
what is judaism? they are waiting for the messiah. they also belive that they are the 'chosen people' because of their covenant (agreement) with god.
what is the 5 pillars of islam? - allah is the only god - pray 5 times a day - give alms to the needy - observe ramada (fasting ritual) - at least once in your life go on a pillgrimage to mecca.
what is hinduism? they believe that your positive and negitive actions will be added up to determine your fate (karma). they also believe in reincarhation (they fact that when you die you will come back in a diffrent form).
what is buddhism? they believe the way to end suffering is through the 8 fold path. they also believe in nirvana (true happiness). they also believe in reincarhation and karma.
what is sikhism? they believe that an individual must develop a personal relationship with god. they use gurus to help guide them in this relationship. they also believe that salvation is achieved trough meditation.
what is shintoism? they believe that all natural things have spirits called kami which should be respected/worshipped.
what is atheism? the belief that there are no gods.
what is religious tolerance? the ability to accept the fact that other people have different religious beliefs than you.
what is religious intolerance? the inability to accept the fact that other people have different religious beliefs than you.
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