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61: Great Britain
... members, however, live in England. The second biggest religion, is the Roman Catholic Church (13%). Catholics are spread throughout the country. Other religions include Protestantism (which includes the religions of Wales and Scotland), Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, and Sikhism. Health - General physicians in Great Britain are part of the National Health Service, although some also have private patients. The service provides full, free medical care to all people. Family Life - Most British ...
62: Early Christianity
Christianity is now in our modern world one of the five major religions. The other major religions include Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and Judaism from which Christianity descended. Christianity was practiced before Christ, During his life, and after his life. After ChristΉs life Christianity spread to become a main world religion. In 63 B.C ...
63: Ramayana And Sanskrit
... The Sanskrit language and literature was developed in India. Most scholars believe that Sanskrit is divide into two historical periods, Vedic Sanskrit and classical Sanskrit. Vedic Sanskrit refers to the Vedas, the sacred scriptures of Hinduism. This period lasted roughly 15 hundred to 3 hundred BC Classical Sanskrit, 5 hundred BC to 1000 AD has not been credited with new creations as the great literature of the Vedic period. The Sanskrit ...
64: The Handmaid's Tale
... in The Handmaid's Tale. India's caste system - a complex social order in which certain groups are viewed as superior to others - originated thousands of years ago in one of the holy texts of Hinduism. In it, society is divided into four general castes, with thousands of sub-castes. Existing outside of these four castes are the 'untouchables' - outcasts traditionally associated with 'unclean' jobs such as removing human excrement.2 ...
65: Religious Life In Indonesia
... of 13 600 islands which stretch for approximately 5000km. Islam was introduced to Indonesia in the 14th century by Gujerati merchants from India. In 1478 a coalition of Muslim princes attack the remains of the Hinduism Empire expunging Hindu from the Indonesian empire. Islam has now become the dominant religion with 87% of the population adhering to Islam, 7% are Christians while the remainder are Buddhist, Catholic or Taoist. In recent ...
66: "The Journey Through the Twelve Forests" and "The Bhagavad Gita": The Vaishnava Community
... is worthwhile for them to assume a neutral point of view and remain that way until all sides are brought to light. This is true when an unaffiliated person first looks at the religion of Hinduism, more specifically the Vaishnava community, and forms certain impressions that will have an effect on their future thoughts, views, and opinions of this religion. The purpose of this essay is to relate to the reader ...
67: Monasticism
... escape all the evils of the world. They were called eremites, a Greek word meaning "dwellers in the desert", thus the name for the monastic group came about, Eremitic. Other religions, such as Jainism and Hinduism, also have had hermit monks like these.As the number of Egyptian hermits increased during the 3rd and 4th centuries, they began to gather in small groups. These were not really communities, because each hermit ...
68: Canada- Facts And Figures
... and 5% Inuit. Religion According to the 1991 census, more than four-fifths of Canadians are Christian, with Catholics accounting for about 47% of the population and Protestants about 36%. Other religions include Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism and Buddhism. Some 12.5%, more than any single denomination except Roman Catholic, have no religious affiliation at all. Languages Canada has two official languages: English, the mother tongue of about 59% of Canadians ...
69: Confucianism
... it s beliefs continue to grow as the world does. Influential speakers like this show various parallels to saints and profits in the Catholic faith and maybe even miniature representations of Gods in faiths like Hinduism. Their impact was at least as large as any of those. Footnotes
70: Cultural Standards Are All Tha
... level, it provides an answer to the rhetorical question of what is moral and what is not. In other societies where different religions prevail, different moral codes spawn different individual standards. For example, in India, Hinduism forbids one to eat a cow; it is considered a sacred animal. They believe that the souls of humans inhibit the bodies these animals, and to eat a cow would be the same as eating ...

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