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World Religion Unit

This is my presentation about world religions. Including Christianity, Hindu,Buddhism,Judaism, and Islam. Enjoy!!!
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Tara Ulmer

on 29 February 2016

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Transcript of World Religion Unit

Islam
Major Beliefs
Worships god Allah(which is their only god)
No preist. (Just go to temple and pray)
Does have head of Islam. (Caliph)
Sharia law( 10% follow law)
Symbols & Culture
The Holy book is Qur'an
Mecca(Sacred Site)
Arabic became the language of the muslims
Fasting (can not eat from sunrise to sundown)
Special Objects, prayer rugs.
Thousands of muslims gather around the Kaaba in Mecca.
Judaism
Buddhism
Hindu
Christianity
Major Belief
Monism (god takes many forms)
Maya- Temptations (people who dont accept illusions).
Reincarnation
Many names for God.
Karma & Dharma
World Religions
Symbols & Culture
Sacred Cow (Provides Life)
Woman's caste can be determined by her traditional clothing and facial decoration.
There are five caste groups in the caste system.
Conflicts

Partition of India
Muslims killed many of the Hindu monks and priests
Major Beliefs
Yahweh(only god)
Ethical Monotheism
Major Beliefs
Bodhigaya
Concentration and Meditation
The Four Noble Truths( Suffering in the world, caused by men, suffering can stop, and follow Buddhas path)
The Eightfold Path
Major Beliefs
The Bible
Saints, Mary, Jesus, God, Satan, Demons.
Gospels
God as Father, Son, Holy Spirit
Holy Trinity
Symbols & Culture
Cross
Rosary
Going to Church
Body and Blood
Historical Events
Jesus was born( Christmas)
Jesus rose from the dead. (Easter)
Jesus died on the cross for all people.
Historical Events
Began in India
Found by Siddhartha Gautama
Siddhartha Gautama sat under a tree and understood the basis of life. (Became Buddha)
Symbols & Culture
The Pali Canon
Statues of the Buddha
Buddha Day festival
Buddha Day, celebrated at the full moon in May
Symbols & Culture
Star of David
The Wailing Wall
The Torah
Lion of Judah
Hannukah
Conflicts
Buddhism and Hindu are two very different religions and don't have many common beliefs. This causes populations of Hindus and Buddhists to clash.
Conflicts
Jesus and the jews
Disciples followed Jesus.
Historical Events
1500 B.C. - 500 A.D. caste system- a complete form at social organization that began to take shape after the Indo
Conflicts
Holocaust
Romans destroyed much of the Temple in Jerusalem
Historical Events
Hebrews enslaved by the Egyptians
Led out by Moses
Twelve Tribes of Israel
10 Commandments
Conflicts
Sunni (Muslims who agree to accept Mu'awiyah as caliph)
Shi'ah (Ali's followers insist that only his descendant should be caliphs.)
Cruses
Historical Events
Muhammad was visited by arch angel Gabriel.
In A.D. 622 Muhammad led his followers in Yathrib. This journey was called hijrah.
The Tao of Pooh
How would you describe Winnie the Pooh?

It's surprising how well Pooh and his friends represent the ideals of Taoism -- a set of religious beliefs practiced in China and along the Silk Road.
Owl -- Opposite of Pooh. Seeks knowledge for the sake of learning, but doesn't share his knowledge so he can seem superior to others.
Eeyore - Negative view on life, complains
Tigger - foolish; doesn't know his limitations
Rabbit - very clever, but never looks deeply at the meaning of things
Piglet - always afraid and unsure of what to do
Roo - Curious and adventurous
JUDAISM
Confucianism
Wherever so you go; go with all your heart
Li (Rites)
-Rites, ceremonies, proper behavior, and good manners
-performed in good faith, with everyone keeping his or her proper role
-universal harmony
-no need for physical sanctions, laws, or punishment
Xiao
-"Filial Piety"
-respect for your parents and elders
-obedience, devotion, and care
-keeps peace and harmony in society.
Jen (Humaneness)
-represents the ideal relationship that should exist between two people.
Analects
Choose a job you love and you'll never have to work a day in your life.
Everything has beauty but not everyone sees it.
Our greatest glory is not never falling, but in rising every time we fall.
Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves.
To see what is right and not do it is the worst cowardice.
Study the past if you would define the future. That's right!!!
The man who asks a question is a fool for a minute, the man who does not ask is a fool for life.
And remember, no matter where you go, there you are.
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