Religious Traditions

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Religious Traditions 1 Elements of Religious Traditions Justyn Steinberg University of Phoenix REL/133 Kenneth Linder 6/9/2011
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Religious Traditions 2 There are a number of religious traditions in the world, some religious traditions include: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, and Islam. Buddhism is based on the existence and experiences of Siddhartha Gautama. Christianity is the most believed religion based on the foundation of Jesus Christ. Hinduism is a collection of faiths guarded by India’s religious thoughts. Islam was discovered by a prophet named Muhammad. Along with many others, these religious traditions vary but all serve a similar purpose. All beliefs of religion surround a relationship with the divine without a source of communication with the divine. Challenges faced daily make it difficult to handle by the test of faith and the idea of being disobedient to the word of God. Relationship and fellowship with the divine aids a closer walk to the light and life in honesty toward God and each other. Without a consistent fellowship, he or she can be put out of character and have a broken relationship with the divine. Sacred time is the “time of eternity” (Molloy, 2010, p. 43).
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