Usually a religious term. To believe in your church or your God without any questions. You know in your heart that it's right..
I devoutly believe the sun will rise tomorrow …- I know it in my heart. ( Full Answer )
Don't: 1 . Do not destroy or injure anything 2 …. Do not steal 3 . Do not be envious 4 . Do not lie 5 . Do not overeat, overdrink or over-indulge in sex .
Do: 1 . Keep yourself clean, inside and out 2 . Be contented 3 . Practice self discipline, tolerance, patience and mental calmness 4 . Educate yourself 5 . Try to surrender your mind to the higher power . ( Full Answer )
The minimum that is expected from a Muslim is to have the followingbeliefs and practice five pillars and act on the teachings oft heQur'an and Sunnah. Basic Beliefs of the M…uslims: 1. Belief in Almighty Allah (God) SuraBaqra -2. Aya 163: And your Allah is ONE Allah, There is no god butHe. 2. Belief in Angels Created by AlmightyAllah Karim from light. They are obedient to Allah Karim. Carry outHis commands. 3. Belief in all heavenly books, includingTora, Zaboor, the Bible, the last one being theQur'an. 4. Belief in all the Messengers ofAlmighty Allah- No distinction among them. Hazrat Muhammad (SAW)being the last Prophet of Islam. NO Prophet after him. 5. Belief in the Day of Judgment. AlmightyAllah Karim is the Sole Ruler/Master of that Day. He enjoys theabsolute authority to send people to Heaven or Hell. 6. Good and bad Destiny being in the Handsof Almighty Allah. No One can change his destiny. 7. Life hereafter: All the dead will beraised again and judged according to their good or bad deeds. Therewill be no death to them. 8. Hell and Heaven (Paradise) 9. No body can take the responsibility ofsome other person's deeds. 10. All the power of decision making is inthe Hands of Almighty Allah, and none else. These may be further elaborated in the light of the holyQur'an and the Sahih Hadith. Five Pillars of Islam: 1. Shahadat: [testimony that there is no god except Allah (God) theOne and Only One, having No Partner whatsoever. And Muhammad is Hisservant and Messenger], 2. Salah: (praying five times a day) 3. Zakah: (specific compulsory charity-2,5% of annual savings), 4. Saum: (fasting during Ramadan) 5. Hajj: (pilgrimage) for each Muslim once in lifetime those whocan afford it. ( Full Answer )
I am not sure whether you mean where in the world or where in their communities, so I will answer both. Buddhists can be found on all continents except Antarctica (unless, …of course one happens to be visiting there). Buddhist populations are the highest in East Asia. Buddhists, like Catholic Christians, can be divided into two groups, Lay People and Monks & Nuns. Lay people live in their own houses or apartments in most communities throughout a country. Monks and Nuns ussully live in a monastery. ( Full Answer )
A born again Christian, one that has accepted Jesus Christ as the one and only way to heaven, and who then follows after Christ, not just in Biblical teachings but in their ev…eryday life in prayer, reading and studying the Scriptures in devotion to their Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. ( Full Answer )
In matters of religion, we all form our own opinions. It was also suggested by Depeche Mode that God has a sick sense of humor. Richard Dawkins has argued that belief in God i…s a delusion. So, you have lots of options. I will add that if God is indeed a criminal, it is going to be extremely hard to arrest Him. ( Full Answer )