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Transcript of Religion Presentation
Cultural Interaction in Religion
The Qur'an says that Allah is the creator of the world. Humans beings are told to look after the world for Allah and the future.
22% of the worlds population is Islamic
Ranked second in the world for most practiced religion in the world next to Christianity
Islam is the second most growing religion in the top five growing religions of the world
People become a follower of Islam by pronouncing Alshahada meaning that you only believe in one god and that Muhammad is a prophet of God. Studying the Quran is also necessary in becoming a follower of Islam.
Muslims believe that...
He is the Supreme Lord
He is only worthy of worship
Tasks of the Angels:
Michael the Angel: controls rain under Allah's command
Determine a person's life
Made of light before humans were made.
Aren't considered superior to humans.
3) Qur'an: the Holy Book of the Muslims
Safe from corruption and disintegration
5) Judgment Day
The whole universe will end.
People dead will resurrect for judgment by Allah.
Heaven or hell.
Allah decides based on peoples' beliefs and deeds.
6) Divine Decree/Predestination
1) Allah knows everything.
2) Allah records events.
3) Only Allah's will.
4) Allah is the creator.
1. Christianity 25,210,195
2. Islam 22,588,676
3. Hinduism 12,533,734
4. Chinese folk-religions 3,715,548
5. Buddhism 3,687,527
Religious Structures: the five pillars of islam:
1.Daily confession of faith
2.Daily ritual prayer
3.Paying the alms tax
4.Fasting during the month of Ramadan
5.Pilgrimmage to mecca
The hearth of Islam is Mecca and Medina which are both located in Saudi Arabia
To be examples for humanity
To guide and clarify
To uncover the unseen "world"
Islam is dominantly practiced in the Middle Eastern region, Northern Africa,Southeast Asia, and extending into Central Asia and the former Soviet Union. In countries such as,
, Syria, Saudi Arabia,
and many other countries in the regions.
Diffusion of Islam
The Islamic religion spread through expansion diffusion in the form of contagious diffusion and also through relocation diffusion.
Islamic followers used relocation diffusion to spread the religion by using their armies to spread the faith across the Arabian Peninsula through Invasion and Conquest moving west diffusing Islam throughout North Africa.
Through trade Muslims later spread Islam into Southeast Asia. Muslim traders settled trading ports in Southeast Asia, established new secondary hearths and worked to spread the religion through contagious diffusion.
Islam was also spread by expansion diffusion contagiously, because the religion remained strong in it's hearth of Mecca and Medina, and then diffused to Egypt, and North Africa through Southeast Asia into West Africa affecting nearly all the adjacent areas.
The Islamic religion spread the way it did due to war, invasion and conquest, trade, and Muhammad's followers spreading it amongst other religions.
Growth of Islam
Islam is one of the fastest growing religions.
There are substantial growing Muslim populations in Europe, North America, China and Russia.
For example, in the U.S. about 80% of the over 1,200 mosques have been built in the past 12 years.
The top most populous Muslim countries are Indonesia, India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.
Saudi Arabia is no longer the core area of Islam, due to many Muslims leaving to Southeast Asia for trade, where they then made new secondary hearths diffusing the religion to Indonesia, Pakistan, etc. Also, due to the diffusion of Islam into North African countries.
Muslims have to look after the Earth because it's all Allah's creation and it's part of a human's duty to Allah. They are instructed to look after the environment and not to damage it.
The Earth is green and beautiful, and Allah has appointed you his stewards over it. The whole earth has been created a place of worship, pure and clean. Whoever plants a tree and diligently looks after it until it matures and bears fruit is rewarded. If a Muslim plants a tree or sows a field and humans and beasts and birds eat from it, all of it is
on his part.
Landscapes of the dead.
Put on display;usually only for family.
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The Ka'ba shrine in mecca
Identifiers of Islam:
Mosque: Place of worship
Symbols: The crescent and star.
Allah represents the founder.
Placement or setup of towns and homes:
The towns, homes, and cities are all lower than the mosque.
Views on natural habitat:
1,226,000,000 people are islamic followers
Islamic people prioritize where they should go.
The mosque are always higher than the towns, cities, and homes.
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: One who submits to the will of Allah
No pork or alcohol
Cut off the hands of thieves, whether they are male or female, as punishment for what they have done — a deterrent from God: God is almighty and wise.
If you fear high-handedness from your wives, remind them [of the teaching of God], then ignore them when you go to bed, then hit them. If they obey you, you have no right to act against them. God is most high and great.
Social & Economic
Criticizing or denying Allah, Muhammad as a prophet and/or any part of the Quran is punishable by death.
A Muslim who becomes a non-Muslim or a non-Muslim who leads a Muslim away from Islam is punishable by death.
A female heir inherits half of what a male heir inherits.
He has only forbidden to you dead animals, blood, the flesh of swine, and that which has been dedicated to other than Allah. 2:173
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