Where/What happens when you die?
Our purpose/meaning in life?
Where we came from?
Who/What is God/Gods?
How are we related
Journal 1: Comparative Religion
We know that the theory of religion is recognizable to us as much as the
people of society are religious, but an actual definition of religion is still yet to be
found. The main reason we talk about definitions is because r
Journal 3: Western Religions
It is visible that there are three fundamental religions that profess and
practice similar core spiritual beliefs regarding the wholeness of the Lord. These
religions are called the western religions. The origins of each relig
Journal 4: Eastern Religions
The Eastern religions are a group of religions that originated from Asia.
These religions include Buddhism, Hinduism, and Daoism. They believe human is
extremely short and their personal achievements are strictly limited. Each
Key Words: Judaism
1. Rabbi A religious teacher; a Jewish minister; spiritual leader of a Jewish congregation.
a person selected as a Jewish religious leader.
2. Prophet A person inspired by God to speak for him.
an individual who has claimed to have been
Key Words: Christianity
1. Trinity a core Christian doctrine stating God consist of god, Jesus, and the holy spirit.
The Father, the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit; "one God
in three persons"
2. Sacraments Sacred or holy actions that can bring ab
Journal 5: Eastern Religions
The Eastern religions include Buddhism, Hinduism and Taoism. All three
recognize a middle path, no individual self, cyclical nature of history, a proper place
or natural order, pacifism, acceptance of things the way they are,
Key Words: Comparative Religion
1. Atheism- A lack of belief in the existence of God or gods.
Atheism is neither a religion nor belief, but in fact a way of
freethinking in lack of knowledge in Gods or supernatural
Key Words: Daoism
1. Hsien Those who become immortal.
Spirits promoting good in the world.
2. Humanity Central Confucian concept advocating benevolent action towards people.
What makes us humans, human; Humaneness
3. Five Elements Five principal substance
Key Words: Buddhism
1. Zenseparate sect of Buddhism that emphasizes mediation
Relaxed and not worrying about things that you cannot change.
2. Three Marks of Existence Buddhist designation for three aspects of human physical
existence: suffering (dukkha),