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    The Most Common Religions in the World

    Published: August 18, 2019

    The Most Common Religions in the World

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    The Most Common Religions in the World

    • 1. Slide1 The Most Common Religions in the World
    • 2. Slide2 Shintoism There are also other beliefs of God that revolve around these two divine beliefs. It is said that there are 8,000,000 deities in Japan. Mountain, river, fire, thunder, storm, rain, etc. except for gods, every profession has a separate deity. The most important of the gods of nature is the sun god Amaterasu. The dead need the living. Food, beverage, goods, etc. were served on the grave. they are happy as long as it is put.
    • 3. Slide3 Shintoism Shintoism with a population of 4 million is the indigenous religion of Japan. Although Shintoism does not have any founders, its history can be traced back to the 16th century BC. Shintoism is a highly tolerant religion against other religions. Its main principles are that it is a national religion and it attaches importance to worshiping nature. According to their beliefs, God, the husband and the brother, the earth, have given birth to the Japanese islands.
    • 4. Slide4 Jainism With a population of 4.2 million, it is a South Asian-based religion and philosophy, which is a minority in India today, but growing in the United States, Western Europe, and Africa. About BC It started in India in 500 years. Its founder is Nataputta Vardamana or Mahavir. His sacred texts are Ag Ain Agamaları Sidanta. Founded on the basis of spiritual freedom and salvation, Cainism advocates that all living things are equal and in particular nonviolence.
    • 5. Slide5 Jainism Every human being is responsible for his actions, and every living has an eternal and eternal spirit. This spirit allows us to live, think and act in the right way, respectful and respectful to the spiritual nature of life. With God in Cainism, intent is the immutable properties of the pure spirit of every living thing. Cain has some basic symbols. One of these symbols symbolizes the Cain Ahimsa Vow and is depicted with a wheel on the palm of a hand. Apart from that, holy Swastika Bun is one of the most sacred symbols.
    • 6. Slide6 Confucianism There are 6.4 million has members. It is a system of ancient Chinese ethics and Chinese philosophy, which originally developed from the teachings of Confucius. Confucianism; it is a complex system of moral, social, political, philosophical and pseudo-religious ideas, and has had a great impact on the culture and history of East Asia. Confucius did not establish a new religion and tried to keep China's old religious understanding alive.
    • 7. Slide7 Confucianism For this reason, he accepted Tao as a great entity and adopted the ’Tien in which he called the kiler shang-tui ti which the ancients regarded as the source of virtues such as life, death, serenity, honor. Confucianism has been recognized as a religion by scholars, writers, high officials, princes and the imperial family in China. B.C. It was recognized as a state religion from 140 to 1912. It is now an official religion with Buddhism and Taoism in China
    • 8. Slide8 Bahais Born in the 19th century, he is a believer in almost all countries of the world. It is a belief that it has the ideal of world citizenship and has more than 5 million members in the world. Baha'i History begans in 1844 when Bab (Sayyid Ali Muhammad) announced a new era and announced the future of a new Prophet. The founder of Baha'i is Mirza Hussein Ali, whose nickname is Baha'ullah. He was subjected to torture and oppression in Iran because of these developments and the fact that he presented very innovative and radical ideas according to the old religious structure.
    • 9. Slide9 Bahais After Bob's death, Babylon was led by Mirza Hussein Ali (Baha'ullah). In Bahaism there are laws like, prayer and fasting. Prayer is an individual worship and there is no collective prayer. Fasting is held during March 2-21, 1 Baha'i Bear, consisting of Holy Number 19. Prayer and fasting is the responsibility of the individual; The main aim of her life is to direct her to meditation, to guide her character to correct. Although Baha'i is known as the official religion in many countries around the world, this is not the case. The Baha'is, who are still in Iran, are deprived of public service and university education.
    • 10. Slide10 Islam With a population of 1.3 billion, Islam is the second most common religion in the world. Islam, Hz. Thanks to Muhammad, it began to spread throughout the 7th century. "Hz. Muhammad is a prophet of mercy who is sent not only to people but to all universes (non-life, social, spiritual, physical). Erk (Enbiya 21/107)
    • 11. Slide11 Islam The two largest sects of Islam are Sunni and Shi'ism. Most of the Muslims in the world live in the Middle East, in the middle and north of Africa, in the west and southeast of Asia and in the Balkans. There are also tens of millions of Muslims in Europe, Australia and America.
    • 12. Slide12 Christian With a population of 2.1 billion, Middle East origin is the most common monotheistic religion in the world. Although Christians are spread all over the world, they are found in Europe, America, South Africa and Australia. Hz. Those who believed in Jesus (as) first began to be called Christian in the Antakya / Tarsus region. For Christians Hz. Jesus is the Messiah.
    • 13. Slide13 Christian This is the son of God. It is believed to be an intermediary between the Father and God. In Christianity, denominations were called churches. The main graduates of Christianity are the Roman Catholic Church (1.2 billion people), the Protestant Church (360 million) and the Orthodox Church (170 million).
    • 14. Slide14 Thank You.