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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/7/11 Contemporary Issues: Hinduism TEAM MEMBERS NAMES
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5/7/11 Hinduism 900 million followers 10000 BCE Many Gods Brahman Dharma (ethics and duties) Samsara (rebirth) Karma (right action) Moksha (liberation of Samsara).
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5/7/11 Hinduism, Buddhism, and Enlightenment is the ultimate goal or blessed stage for these religions. Enlightenment requires a long journey. Bad karma affects a person’s path to enlightenment.
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5/7/11 Common Characteristics: Controls direction of rebirth Bad karma should be avoided. Moral Law of cause and effect Endless cycles of birth, death, and rebirth Starting at low levels of consciousness Influenced by karma
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5/7/11 Modern Traditions Traditions still alive today. Influence spread around the world Traditions still expanding and growing
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5/7/11 Types of modern traditions Is common for Hindu to pray to one God Large priority to prey Common to meditate Often encouraged to read scriptures
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