Religion & Spirituality

Throughout human history, humans have been searching for meaning. Many people find it in religious or spiritual worship or practice. The questions of religion have occupied humanity since our beginnings. Questions here include the ancient, organized, and new & evolving religions; faith, spirituality, and alternate pathways; as well as those of people still searching. Questions about the origins of religion, comparison of religion, and Atheism are also found here.

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Judaism differed from other ancient religions in the following ways: 1) It was the only religion in which God spoke to the entire assembled nation (Exodus ch.19) of over two million people. 2) It made a complete break from the surrounding idolatry. Their monotheism (belief in One God) set the Jews…
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Yes, they believed in many gods.
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The concept of religion is a set of one's personal beliefs. If you believe that religion is make believe, that is your religion. Religion does not necessarily have any ceremonies attached.
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Religions have no power itself. The power is inside human brain and muscle efforts. If you want to do something and you believe you can do it, you will do it, whichever is your religion. If you think you can't do it, you won't do it. If you think you need a religion to achieve your goals, be prepar…
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It doesn't make any difference, one way or the other.
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the native americans do
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Dye to unnamed 30 diseases
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the holiday of the colors
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Lao TzuThese words are quoted in basketball coach Phil Jackson's book titled Sacred Hoops.
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Any time they want. Jerusalem is a city of all (major "mono"theistic) religions.
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No, Muslims consider Muhammad to be the last of a long line of prophets.
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You pronounce it (p)hi-le-tus. (Fi-lee-tous). It has three syllables. For extra, Philetus means, a carpenter.
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I assume you mean "Canadian". In English, words derived from a country are capitalized.
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