Does Jainism believe in god?
Jainism does believe in God, not as a creator, but as a perfect being.
Jains do not worship a Creator, but, believe in non-creator deities.
They believe in just one god to avoid confusion.
Jains believe in Jainism.
Jainism is an ascetic religion of India, founded in the sixth century BC. The followers of Jainism are called Janis and they believe in the immortality and reincarnation ( or transmigration) of the soul and deny the existence of a perfect or supreme being. Islam religion is God religion of all God prophets starting with Adam and ending with prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Followers of Islam are called Muslims and they don't believe in transmigration of… Read More
There is only one god in Jainism.
Jainism believes in good deeds (punia) and helping others.
Hindus believe in god (Creatorand destroyer). Jains believe that word is running by the combinations of infinite actions and reactions. In Jain belief there is no single body who is driving this world. For Hindus, God gives them happiness or sadness. For Jains, Hapiness and sadness are due to our own actions, and God(or even anyone else) has nothing to do with it. There are many proven grounds which mostly matches between believes of Jainism… Read More
Jainism isn't a language, it's an Indian religion that doesn't believe in violence.
Jainism differs from Hinduism in so many ways. According to Jainism every individual can get rid of his karma and become God. Unlike Hinduism which has monopolized God who reappear in every dark times.
No Tamil is not originated Jainism. Jainism is not having any originator. we don't have any author for Aagam and we are not able to find them out in history too so Jainism God Gifted hai.
- Jainism and Buddhism are similar in a way that they both lead you to the path of ascetism and a few other aspects like reincarnation, nirvana, strict non-violence, etc. - Jainism and Buddhism, reject the authority (but not the values) of the Vedas. - Both don't believe in a creator God. But there are a lot of aspects that are different. For more information check out http://www.answers.com/topic/buddhism-and-jainism
jainiam if a god of rights and hinduism if god of nothing
Jainism as also most other religions believe that a soul is immortal.
they believe that animals should suck my dick
Ans: For long time it was unanswered question ,Can we (human become God (Creator like GOD). Jainism answered that with ABSOLUTE non violence any human can become GOD.
not to harm anybody
There is no religion that does not believe in God- religious practice, by it's very nature, acknowledges the existence of a Higher Power. There are a few religions, such as Jainism and some forms of Buddhism, that do not believe in an afterlife, or at least that we do not survive bodily death in an individual sense, but all of them acknowledge the existence of a Higher Power.
Jains have God whom they refer to as Tirthankars. They worship 24 Thirthankars.
Judaism is the predecessor or parent of Christianity. Same God. Jews are still waiting for their savior. Christians believe Jesus is our savior. judaism does not equal jainism (to the person who answered above) jains and christians are similar in the fact that they both advocate non violence. But otherwise quite distinct when it comes to the more religious aspect, such as which God/gods they serve ___________________________________________________________ While Judaism is the predecessor or parent of… Read More
Jains do believe that there is no real founder of Jainism as it is an eternal religion. They have 24 tirthankaras of whom Lord Rishabha is considered to be the first one and is accounted as the founder and preacher of Jainism in this kaal (jain division of time). However, some of the modern historians believe that Lord Parshwnath (23rd Tirthankar of Jains) was the founder of Jainism.
How to become God yourself which no religion teach.
Because there dumb
- Jainism and Buddhism are similar in a way that they both lead you to the path of ascetism and a few other aspects like reincarnation, nirvana, strict non-violence, etc. - Jainism and Buddhism, reject the authority (but not the values) of the Vedas. - Both don't believe in a creator God. But there are a lot of aspects that are different. For more information check out
Yes, there are several. Deism is a Western religion, which attitude is that there is a God, but did not create the universe and does not govern it. Jainism is an Eastern religion that believes in many gods, but rejects the idea of creationism.
Some people believe that Jainism even existed much before Hinduism and Buddhism. Jains believe that Jainism is an eternal religion. Recent researches by some historians even show that Jainism might have even existed 5 lakh years back. If this is believed to be true, then it is quite possible that both Buddhism and Jainism were actually branches of Jainism, where Buddhism is quite similar to Jainism in many respects. Moreover, Hinduism might have been a… Read More
No Jainism does not accept any type of god in its pantheon. The only deified being that it has is Mahavira, the founder.
Ansl Jainism say that every human can be God and many human has become God;
Jainism believes in sacrificing greed.......There is no such dress code to follow.......You should be dedicated by heart to follow it.......
In Jainism there is no god that controls the universe. Instead there are 24 liberated souls that have separated themselves from the cycle of death and rebirth called Tirthankars. Jains pray to them to draw inspiration and become more like them.
Jainism differs from other religions in it's conscept of god. According to it's beliefs there is no surprime divine creator.
Jains do believe that there is no real founder of Jainism as it is an eternal religion. They have 24 tirthankaras of whom Lord Rishabha is considered to be the first one and is accounted as the founder and preacher of Jainism in this kaal (jain division of time).
"24 Tirthnkars" There are 24 tirthankars in jainism. The first one is Bhagvan(God) Hrishabhdev ji. And the Latest One(24th) is "Bhagvan Mahavir".
Though Hinduism and Jainism are not exactly the same - they both share some similarities. Both have the concept of idol worship. Both believe in Salvation. Both strongly believe in Ahimsa (Non-violence)
according to Jainism all Human is potential to be a God. In all religion before including Buddhism has left space for some one more perfect in future. In Jainism is completed the circle of 24 God and forecast future chovisi means new round of God. Here really means every Human is potential to be per fact God if he control all bondage of Karma including PURE FOOD HABIT which was missing in all religion before… Read More
I dont know them all but i know that hinduism, Sikhism, Jainism followers all believe.
Jains worship non-creator deities.
Jains do believe that there is no real founder of Jainism as it is an eternal religion. They have 24 tirthankaras of whom Lord Rishabha is considered to be the first one and is accounted as the founder and preacher of Jainism in this kaal ( according to jain division of time).
Jainism was founded by Vardhamana, or otherwise known as Mahavira, in 6th century BC. He founded Jainism in India. He apparently founded Jainism as a response to the Verdic Religion, which required animal sacrifices. Jainism main belief is non-injury to all living organisms, or ahimsa. There is not a main god that created everything, but there are minor gods for different parts of life.
Jainism was tought by the 24 tirthankaras (they are like gurus). The last one is considered the main founder, Mahavira. He strongly opposed the idea of a diety. However, now that he is dead, Jains worship him as their diety now. So if your talking about Jainism by the actual creators of it there is none. If your talking about present day jainism, then the answer is Mahavira.
Buddhism Jainism Sikhism Zoroastrianism Taoism Pantheism Confusions Mayans Followers of the ancient Greek religions There are many other religions that do not believe in the Abrahamic God, and others which teach an ambiguous supreme God. The only modern religions that unambiguously do believe in God are Judaism, Christianity and Islam. The word God is understood to mean any of the following Deity, Spiritual Divinity and Supreme Creator the word religion refers to the beliefs and… Read More
There was a point in his teenage years when Kurt was tremendously religious. But he was more of an "agnostic". Kurt Cobain was baptized when he was 17. In a way he believed in a God because in his journals he pleaded with God about his addictions. his religions swayed more towards Buddhism and jainism, his suicide note states at the beginning: "dear budda"
do you know this is only jainism which is give you permission that u can be a god or thirthanker like mahaveer, parashnath, ram, hanuman etc. jainism tells us that every one have this power and eligiblity to be a god. but you must recognise your power. here power means your stemena like physical pashaions, mantaly pashaions. etc
If you believe that God made the world and everything in it, then you must believe that God made bedbugs. If you don't believe that God made the world, or if you don't believe in God, then you likely do not believe that God made bedbugs.
The nine religions recognized by Baha'is as having been "revealed" by God through a Manifestation/Messenger of God are Hinduism, Jainism, Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, Babism and the Baha'i Faith. Baha'is believe that God has always had a Covenant with His creation and that there were Messengers of God who preceded the written word and that their names and religions are thus lost to history. I would like to add that there have ben greater… Read More
There is no singular god of India because India is a pluralistic society. The major religions in India are Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Buddhism, and Sikhism.
According to Jains, Jainism is an eternal religion, it has no founder. However, for this time frame (kaal) Lord Adinath is accounted as the first Tirthankar of Jains, he who practiced Jainism, for the first time (in present time frame), in the form which is followed till today. He lived about 50,000 years ago. However, some historians believe that Jainism originated about 2000 years ago and was 'propagated' by 23rd Tirthankar Parshwnath, but no exact… Read More
Because you believe he is the right God for you. It's what you believe that matters, not what someone else presume you believe or not believe in.
Not really...No! Answer: Every soul is potensil to be God so personal savior is yourself.
Iman (or faith in English) is to worship God (or Allah) as if you see God and if you don't see God be sure God see you. The Iman or faith principles are: Believe in God Believe in God angels Believe in God holy books Believe in God prophets believe in the second eternal life Believe in the destiny and God will is controlling our lives.
no he do not believe in god