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Religion

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Julia Zhu

on 25 March 2016

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Transcript of Religion

Buddhism
Christianity
Judaism
Religion
By: Julia Zhu
Islam
Beliefs
The Torah
The Messiah
Holidays
Holidays (con.)
Beliefs
The New Testament
Jesus
Holidays
Holidays (con.)
Beliefs
Muhammad
Five Pillars of Islam
Holidays
Holidays (con.)
Beliefs
Gods
Holidays
Holidays (con.)
Background
The Four noble Truths
Holidays
Holidays (con.)
Why?
1st Reason
2nd Reason
3rd Reason
Atheism
Atheists Beliefs
Why do some people become atheists?
Why do Some Atheists Celebrate Religious Holidays?
What Atheists Think (PRO)
What Atheists Think (CON)
Saved us from sin
Both use the Hebrew Bible.
Islam
Judaism
Monotheistic
HaShem
God/ Holy Trinity
Allah
The Bible
The Hebrew Bible
Quran
Jesus (waiting for him to come back.)
Waiting for the Messiah
Prophet Muhammad
Hinduism
Guided by Holy Books
Influenced by Judaism
Synagogue or temple
Church
mosque
Hinduism
Buddhism
Nirvana (anyone can achieve)
Believes in no God/ gods
Believes in many gods (Polytheistic)
No Prophets
Believes in karma
Moksha
Meditate
Reincarnation
Atheists can partake
Re/Birth
Life
Death
Karma
Karma
1. Life is suffering
2.The cause for suffering is desire
3. The cure for suffering is to remove desire
4. To remove desire, follow the Eightfold Path
The eightfold Path
Right View
know the truth
Right Intention
free your mind of evil
Right Speech
say nothing that will hurt others
Right Action
work for the good of other
Right Livelihood
respect life
Right Effort
resist evil
Right Concentration
practice meditation
Right Mindfulness
control your thoughts
Christianity
Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism
Haji
Sawm
Zakat
Salat
Shahadah
Life is suffering
Why are people religious?
Atheism
Outline
Any Questions?
Tactile
Groups
#1,#2,#3
#4,#5,#6
#7,#8,#9
#10,#11,#12
#13,#14,#15
#16,#17,#18,#19
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