Comparing World Religions – Overview

Religion – “The belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power, esp. a personal God or gods.”

Most people beliefs are shaped by their parents, cultures and environment. Few people get exposed to other religions than their own. Religion affect the way people behave and shapes their personality. Thus, in order to better understand the world and how people interact, a decent knowledge of religions other than your own is essential.
That’s why I decided to provide a overview of the worlds most popular religions.
Each section provides videos that give an overview of the religion and then discusses a few pros and cons.
Links are below, so click and enjoy. 🙂


Comparing World Religions:



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Comparing World Religions – Other Beliefs, Taoism

Taoism – “A Chinese philosophy based on the writings of Lao-tzu (fl. 6th century bc), advocating humility and religious piety.”

Overview of Taoism

Taoist explains more about taoism

For more information visit wikipedia.org -> Tasoism

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Comparing World Religions – Hinduism


Hinduism – “A major religious and cultural tradition of the Indian subcontinent, comprising a diverse family of devotional and ascetic cults and philosophical schools, all sharing a belief in reincarnation and involving the worship of a large pantheon of deities.”

Overview of Hinduism

Overview of the Hindu Gods

Problems kids face with Hinduism

For more information visit wikipedia.org -> Hinduism

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Comparing World Religions – Judaism


Judaism – “The monotheistic religion of the Jews, based on the laws revealed to Moses and recorded in the Torah (supplemented by the rabbinical Talmud).”

Overview of Judaism

Why a person became Jewish

Problems within the religion

For more information visit Wikipedia.org -> Judaism

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