!RELIGION Religion is a system of a society that governs their general behaviour. It is a sense, affecting the whole character and life, of dependence on, reverence for, and responsibility to a Higher Power; or a mode of thinking, feeling, and acting which respects, trusts in, and strives after God, and determines a man's duty and destiny in this universe, or "the manner in which a man feels himself to be spiritually related to the unseen world." It has two parts - the philosophy and the activities pertaining to body. !!Religions of the World ((Atheism)) - Atheists are people who believe that god or gods are man-made constructs. ((Baha'i)) - One of the youngest of the world's major religions. ((Buddhism)) - A way of living based on the teachings of Siddartha Gautama. ((Candomblé)) - A religion based on African beliefs, originating in Brazil. ((Christianity)) - The world's biggest faith, based on the teaching of Jesus Christ. ((Hinduism or Sanatan))- A group of faiths rooted in the religious ideas of India. ((Islam)) - Revealed in its final form by the Prophet Muhammad. ((Jainism)) - An ancient philosophy and ethical teaching that originated in India. ((Jehovah's Witnesses)) - A Christian-based evangelistic religious movement. ((Judaism)) - Based around the Jewish people's covenant relationship with God. ((Mormon)) - The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. ((Paganism)) - Contemporary religions usually based on reverence for nature. ((Rastafari)) - A young religion founded in Jamaica in the 1930s. ((Santeria)) - Afro-Caribbean syncretic religion originating in Cuba. ((Shinto)) - Japanese folk tradition and ritual with no founder or single sacred scripture. ((Sikhism)) - The religion founded by Guru Nanak in India in the 15th Century CE. ((Taoism)) - An ancient tradition of philosophy and belief rooted in Chinese worldview. ((Unitarianism)) - An open-minded and individualistic approach to religion. ((Zoroastrianism)) - One of the oldest monotheistic faiths, founded by the Prophet Zoroaster.
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