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World Religions 1 World religions report HUM 130 10/07/2010
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World Religions 2 Table of Content Abstract…………. .………….……………………………. ..…………………. ....3 World religions report……………………………………………………. ..……. .4 Site Review……………………………………………………………………….6 Interview Summary……………………………………………………………….8 Comparing and contrasting with another religion………………….…………….10 Conclusion………………………………………………………………………. .11 References……………………………………………………. .…………………12 Plagiarism check…………………………………………………………………13
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World Religions 3 Abstract This document will cover the religion of Buddhism talking about the characteristics of this religion like the texts that they follow the belief system that Buddhism stands for with some historical facts like the area it originated and the areas it now covers. I will cover the temple of Cheng Hoon Teng in Malacca Malaysia in some detail along with a summary of the ten questions I ask the person of faith in the religion of Buddhism. Then the final part of this document will cover a detailed comparison of Buddhism and Judaism with any similarities and any common traits that they may have in common and the differences between them in the belief system that they have.
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World Religions 4 World Religions Report I have chosen Buddhism as my research religion for the reasons that I find it fascinating for the facts that in this religion there is no God worship just a desire for spiritual growth and enlightenment. This religion was founded by Gautam Buddha and was founded in the 6 th century BC. As the fourth largest religion in the world it has 376 million followers and focuses on
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World Religions 5 spiritual development, meditation as a way to attain enlightenment, does not worship a God, and
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World Religions 6 Follows the eight fold path. This religion is prominent in China, Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia. Gautam Buddha believed in four noble truths, that life that life inevitably will involve suffering and is unsatisfactory, that suffering comes from is desires, if ones desires cease suffering will stop, and that there is a way to realize this state threw the eight fold path. Gautam Buddha set forth the eight fold path that burns up all your past lives evil deeds. The first fold is setting the mind right thinking like more wealth would make you happier is wrong. The second in this path is clearing one’s mind from of any imperfect thoughts one’s self to free are minds of any limits it has. In the third path it is to not use profane language or lie and to seek true communication to promote harmony and the truth in speaking. In the fourth path it is set under basic moral concepts towards others like do not kill, steal, lying, drinking in excess, and
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