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    Of all the eastern religions we’ve studied, Hinduism was the one that stuck with me the most. As the third largest religion in the world there is a sizeable population residing in the States, many of whom are converts. A few years ago, I had the pleasure of meeting one such convert, and his Baptist wife, Dana Trent. The couple visited my church, invited to speak on their interfaith relationship and how they made it work. Fred Eaker, a western convert who spent five years in a Hindu monastery, gave

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    Religion is a particular system of faith and beliefs that has a form of worship. Throughout the course of time, religion has been intertwined with culture, economics, politics and other parts of human life; it can also follow a belief system of theism, agnosticism or atheism. Religions such as Christianity and Judaism, Buddhism and Hinduism may have different or similar beliefs but they are important to those who classify themselves as believers of that certain religion. Across the globe, though

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    The Eastern religion of Taoism roots back to the worship of nature. Tao, the root word of Taoism means “way” which is how the followers base their principles of practice. Taoism is the belief that the way to Heaven and peace for eternity would be through the upmost understanding of nature and living in harmony with the spirits. Taoism credits the concepts of humanizing the planets and the stars, animals such as snakes, dragons, and tigers, Yin and Yang spirits of good and bad, and lastly immortality

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    The eastern religions that we have discussed in class are Hinduism, Confucianism, Buddhism, and Taoism. The western religions that we have discussed in class are Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. The Eastern Religions have originated in countries such as China, India, and Japan. The western religions originated in Europe and the Americas. There are few similarities between eastern religions and western religions, but many differences. The biggest difference between the two religions is that eastern

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    historical context of Eastern and Western religions affected how the religions developed, and encouraged many differences in teaching methods and student teacher relationships. Eastern religions were generally considered to be Hinduism and Buddhism. These religions originated in India, and focused on finding enlightenment and escaping the cycle of rebirth and suffering. Western religions were generally considered to be Judaism and Christianity. These religions were Abrahamic religions, and focused on

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    Learning different religion and seeing what the eastern and western are like and comparing them. There is Hinduism and Judaism, Hinduism is Eastern religion and Judaism western religion. (In Hinduism they believe in Reincarnation, it is when you’re alive and there is death and where there will be life, everyone thinks what they hear about Reincarnation, the black section is dark that is death and the white part is living, will the present.)(Judaism is where people think about the temple and empire

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    between Eastern and Western Religion Eastern religions and western religions have a vast amount of difference, but there is one common thing and it is faith and trust towards the god of each religion by their followers. Eastern religion follows many gods, whereas Western religion follow only one god. Buddhism, Hinduism, Sikhism, and Jainism are eastern religions. Christianity, Judaism, Islam is western religions. It is very common to find people from Eastern countries following their religion in western

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    An Analysis of Different Religions, Care, and Christianity Introduction The Christian philosophy of care involves the act of charity, the virtue of looking after someone or something outside of one's self. Jesus Christ essentially divided the Mosaic law into two parts, the first concerning man's duty towards God, and the second concerning man's duty towards his fellow man. In a sense, Christ intimated that we are all our brother's keeper. Eastern religions have a different philosophy of care, however

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    Eastern and Western religions are found in different places in the world and they both have different religions for each one that is located in their area but at the same time they could have something alike to what they do for their religion. Both of these two different religions has some different things they do and some of things they do that are close to what they do in their religion, First, the hinduism and christianity they both have belief in one god with many other forms, and one thing they

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    Have you ever realized that religions that are completely different have many similarities to one another? Eastern religions are mainly based in Asia, whereas Western religions are mainly based in the Middle East. Buddhism is an Eastern religion along with Hinduism and Confucianism. Islam is a Western religion as well as Christianity and Judaism. Buddhism and Islam have many similarities and many differences as a religion. One difference is, Buddhists do not worship a god but Muslims do. According

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