Different Types Of Religion

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Over time religion has played an important role in society, and continues to do so today. Religious practices are different for every one. This is simply because there are several types of religions. Different religions include: Islamic, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, and Christianity. There are several different similarities, and differences within all of these religions. Although these religions may not share many of the same ideas and beliefs, they do have several things in command such as, they almost all have idols in which they worship or follow, they all have their own religious texts, and many use numeric systems.
Religion is defined as the belief in or worship of a controlling power and or a God. A similarity between Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Christianity is each has an individual leader, God, or gods that are worshiped. In Islamic religion the God is
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Religion texts were created to install a way of life into an individual. Each religions had individual text, these text were used to install character, and spiritually into its people. For example, Islam’s religious text is the Qur’an. The Qur’an consists of 114 suras, which outline allowances and prohibitions for daily life. In Judaism, the religious text is the Torah. The Torah consists of the five books of Moses. Hinduism’s religion text is known as the Vedas. The Vedas is known as the “book of knowledge” and consist of four lengthy epic poems. The Vedas deals with the relation between humans and gods. Buddhism religious text is based on the teaching and words of Buddha, and it is known as the Sutras. Confucianism was based on following the teachings of the Analects. The Analects was a record of words, and actions of Confucius. The Analects were written after Confucius’ death. Christianity follows the teaching the Bible. The bible consists of 66 books of the Old and New
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