Elements of Religious Traditions

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Religious Traditions 1 Elements of Religious Traditions Jacquelynn Stansell University of Phoenix Michael Raburn January 8, 2011 Elements of Religious Traditions
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Religious Traditions 2 There are many types of religions, some based on the same faith with their own interpretations, and others based on something completely different than the others. Each of these religions has their own traditions, such as: Christianity—of the more popular followings worldwide, believes in the teaching of Jesus Christ and wholly bible; Islam, which was discovered by Muhammad a profit; Buddhism which is a religion that bases the beliefs on the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama. While these are just a few examples of the world’s religions, all religions are formed and created to bring together people who share a similar belief. Religious groups, no matter what their faith, have similar patterns. Though the basic patterns might be similar it doesn’t mean that each religions pattern is exactly the same. Religions that have a longer history tend to have a more complex pattern. The basic pattern consist of; Focus of Beliefs and Practices, Views of the World and Life, and Views of Male and
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