The Holy Bible And Holy Torah

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Throughout this Report, the writer used both Primary and Secondary research in order to validate the stated hypothesis. This included one interview with a devout Catholic from the Islands of Fiji (Mar, Interviewee,13/07/15). Moreover, comprehensive secondary research was gathered from a variety of books and relevant websites. In particular, the holy Bible and the holy Torah were very useful, as this main aspects of information gathering denoted a very different and diverse approach to the Initiation ritual. The writer will investigate how he has used the information to formulate, his own ideas and concepts for the particular initiation ritual.

Initiation - the action of admitting someone into a secret or obscure society or group, typically with a ritual. The Initiation ritual between the two major Religions, depicts that the laity have to start their journey with God, somewhere. (Mar, Interviewee,13/07/15) With both these diverse and spiritual Religions having an Initiation ritual, there will be certain aspects that fill one 's transition, from the normal world to the new Religious life, that are filled with multivocal symbols and ceremony. The two major Religions, that require an Initiation ritual, that the writer has focused on is Judaism and Catholicism. The Baptism and Bar Mitzvah are the two initiation rituals.

Baptism is a Christian sacrament of admission and adoption, almost invariably with the use of water, into the Christian Church generally…

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