Religious Beliefs And The Bible

1290 WordsMay 20, 20166 Pages
Religious beliefs have been around for almost as long as man himself, emphasizing the importance of existential meaning. These beliefs hold very important values that are often neglected by many. Almost every religion teaches the overall importance of morality, defining the need for one to protect themselves and others from the dangers that are present in the world. However, many religions have conflicting views on the ideals that are not related to morality. For example, Judaism teaches that the Messiah, or Son of God, has yet to arrive on Earth, while Christianity teaches that the Messiah had already appeared as Jesus Christ, and they are awaiting the Second Coming. This is a very contradictory aspect of either faith, and would be expected to cause much rage between the two faiths. Yet, this anger has been subsided through the very similar teachings of both religions. Both Judaism and Christianity have sacred text known as the Ten Commandments, which are religious laws emphasizing the importance of morality and, of course, faith. Through this book, I will be identifying the various world religions and ideals, from Judaism to Hinduism to Satanism, and expanding upon the various factors that make these religions unique. These factors include, what each religion has to offer, what the differences are among religions, and what each teaches. However, the primary focus of this book is to emphasize that the continuing arguments among religious groups are absolutely unnecessary,
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