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5 Major Religions

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Christiantity:-In far back history, the Christian religion made its first big impact on the world when it fought for women's rights and against women poverty.- The second big impact was when infentcide was forbidden by the Christian religion. In Greece/Rome, many would kill their children, and they were embraced for it, claiming it was a act of beauty.-They belive in the three heads: God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. -The Holy Bible is the Christian sacred text-In far back history, the Christian religion made its first big impact on the world when it fought for women's rights and against women poverty.- The second big impact was when infentcide was forbidden by the Christian religion. In Greece/Rome, many would kill their children, and they were embraced for it, claiming it was a act of beauty.-They belive in the three heads: God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. -Founder: Jesus- North america, South America, Europe and Russia-Founded 7 B.C

JudaismFounder:MosesWhere:MIddle EastWhen:3500 years agoWhat happened? Temples were build around the world. Conflicts?Al-Aqsa Mosque.Beliefs? God, Jesus, a person of Trinity, Holy days?Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

Islam:-They created algebra-They had a very strong astronomy unit-"The cannon of medicine" By Avicenna in the West.-The Quaran is their main sacred text-Founder: Muhummad-Kaaba, Mecca, Hejaz region, todays Saubi Arabia-Founded year of 610

Hinduism-Life goal: Complete life realization-900,000,000 followers-Orginal creators of the idea of 'Karma' - Founder: Sanātana Dharma,- mainly India-Founded 2,300 B.C

5 Major Religions

Buddhism- They belive in:"Eight Steps to Hapiness"-They also belive that when you dye, your mind becomes what they call 'The Subtle Mind.' where you are at peace and you are in a state of weary conciousness. - Buddha Shakyamuni was the founder of buddism

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